Reclaim Your Independence With the Freecurve Curved Stairlift

January 14, 2020

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For aging homeowners with two-story houses, finding a stairlift that allows them to move from floor to floor safely and painlessly has been easy—as long as their staircase was a single flight and ran in a straight line. But, if your staircase is curved, spiral or narrow, or if it travels across a landing, you may still be on the hunt for a stairlift that can take on your home’s design challenges and look great while doing it.

This new year, stop searching and start moving with the Freecurve Curved Stairlift from Handicare! The only single tube curved stairlift available in the U.S. and Canada, the Freecurve is custom-built to seamlessly fit your staircase and give you back the independence and mobility your age, injury or disability has taken away from you.

How the advantages of Freecurve give you greater freedom at home

Your home is your sanctuary, reflecting your personal style. While you need a stairlift to maneuver throughout it, the last thing you want is something bulky, awkward and mechanical to take center stage. The Freecurve, however, was designed to not only be the easiest-to-use curved stairlift on the market, but also the most aesthetically-pleasing with benefits you can’t get anywhere else:

  • freecurve stair lift safety sensors handicareAn elegant, single-track design
  • Multiple charging points and a battery back-up
  • Fold-up seat, footrest and armrests to save space for other stair users
  • Safety sensors to stop the lift if anything is detected in its path
  • Manual swivel seat to safely rise off or onto the lift
  • Gentle braking to eliminate dangerous, abrupt stops
  • Manual emergency stop
  • Two remote controls included
  • Retractable seat belt included
  • Key switch to prevent authorized use
  • Three seat options to match your home’s interior and your budget

Curved stairlifts tailor-made to fit your unique staircase

Too many homeowners think removing the obstacles to mobility in their homes requires expensive, time-consuming renovations to their curved or spiral staircases when in fact, a cost-effective solution is just a call away. When you contact Handicare, you’ll receive a free consultation from a mobility expert who will share the benefits of the Freecurve right in the comfort of your own home as well as a no-cost, no-obligation quote on customizing North America’s most streamlined curved stairlift option for your needs.

freecurve stair lift active seat option handicareDuring your in-home consultation, your mobility expert will use our proprietary PhotoSurvey4D system to take a photo of your curved staircase, load it into our system, and transpose the Freecurve on top of it for an instant preview of how it will look in your home. With a variety of design options available, you can pick one of three seat models, choose your seat color, and even custom color match the stairlift track to your décor! Once everything is approved, Handicare will go to work, crafting a custom-made safety solution that allows for greater mobility the moment it’s installed.

To learn more on why Freecurve is the perfect option for any multi-story home with design challenges, contact Handicare today at 888-637-8155.

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