Internet vs. Local Dealer

aemaAt the beginning of the stairlift buying process, many of our customers ask themselves a question: “Should I self-install my stairlift in my home?”

Although many of the EHLS products are simple in operation, the installation of each is a thorough and sensitive practice. Our technicians are professionally certified to ensure that all installation and service jobs are of the highest quality. Additionally, EHLS is both a licensed and insured company – something the larger companies and internet dealers can’t say. We’re with you all the way!

Self-installation, while a cost-saving measure, can put you, your family, or your home in harm’s way. The Accessibility Equipment Manufacturers Association (AEMA) provides the most knowledgeable information on stairlifts and residential elevators. Read why it strongly advises against a self-install of any stairlift or residential elevator product. Your safety could be at risk!


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The stair lift was installed yesterday and I just wanted to thank you, Sarah, and David (the installer) for a job well done! Ruth had a doctor’s appointment today which was our first ‘official’ use of the lift. What a difference! It has made the entire trip easier on all of us, especially on the return home. After a day out, those last seven stairs had to seem like the Himalayas to Ruth. Now it’s just a push of a button.

Thanks again!

Our client Paul W. of Chicago, IL called to inform EHLS what a wonderful job Jose did installing the Bruno Elan today. He said I should have done it a year ago. Please feel free to use him as a reference.

EHLS was very knowledgeable about chairlifts. The guy who installed it did a great job and was very patient and knowledgable

I just wanted to say thank for the good service! The technician that came out was a great guy and we really appreciate the good service. The chair lift is now working great!

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