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is it possible to add an extension to a stair lift. we have a 10 steps one and need a 12 step
We presently live in a upstairs apartment and have 2 acorn stairlifts, 1 for the bottom stairs to the landing and 1 from the landing to the door to go into out apartment. NOW what I am trying to find out is that we are moving to another apartment on the second floor and wold like to be able to use these stairlifts. We need to find out if these 2 stairlifts which we use now that are inside can be used in an outdoor enviroment. The stairs that they would be used on are undercover and wouldn't be in the weather. Thank you for any info you can give us.
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?