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My 91 yr-old neighbor lives alone in a row house in Baltimore and just had a stairlift installed. There are 15 stairs, and the staircase, which is straight, measures exactly 16 ft., from top to bottom. The last two steps are longer than the other steps. The lift was was installed along the interior wall and does not go all the way to the top or the bottom--it ends on the second step from the bottom and on the final step from the top. To modify it, she was told, so that it goes all the way up and down and so that she could mount and dismount on level ground rather than from a step, will cost an additional $8,000 to the $3,000+ she has already paid the company. Does this sound right? Her mobility is very poor and with the current configuration, getting on and off the lift is extremely dangerous for her.
Our church has a concord liberty stairlift serial no. L-48863 that quit working. i'm looking for a manual that will help us get it repaired. any help will be appreciated.
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I am looking for a standing stairlift to go up to the choir loft of my church. I became disabled in 2015, and there are other members who could use the lift if it were available. I was thinking of various fundraising projects, or a GoFundMe page to pay for it. The bottom three steps are triangular, while the other 18 steps are straight. I guess that is L-shaped. There is a door at the top, but clear space at the bottom. Can this be built, and would it cost more than putting a lift in a house?
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