Affordable Wheelchair Lifts is rolling out our new “Installers” section to help you get your new wheelchair lift installed and running quickly and safely.
(If you know a skilled and reputable installer who would like to be listed on this page, please have them contact us to see if they qualify)
Many of Affordable Wheelchair Lifts’ customers are perfectly capable of installing their wheelchair lift themselves or with the help of family or friends. The lift was designed with ease of installation in mind. But sometimes the job is just too much to tackle, or more urgent matters demand attention.
Sometimes the job is simple, as these “Before and After” photos show:
And sometimes the job is demanding, as these “Before, During and After” photos show:
(Photo Credits – Wilson Services, Richmond, Virginia)
But always the job must be done right, keeping safety in mind.
Evaluate your own resources. Affordable Wheelchair Lifts’ sincerely wants you to do what is best for you in your situation. If you decide you need help, here are some contractors who know how to get the job done. And because of their experience they often can suggest ideas that can help you get the most from your investment.
This list is short since this program was rolled out in December, 2018. But we expect it to grow rapidly. If you know a skilled and reputable installer who would like to be listed on this page, please have them contact us to see if they qualify.
You and you alone are responsible for insuring that your lift is installed correctly and safely, and that anyone who helps you is qualified to do so and that the work is done in full compliance with all relevant laws.
Stephens Electrical Systems, Inc
“A veteran owned company with 26 years of electrical experience”
Chapel Hill area:
All of Central Virginia:
Here is one of Shane’s installations, before final painting: