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What our customers say

I am 35 and have Myasthenia Gravis. I cannot use my legs to go up and down my stairs. This made me get more use of my house/basement. Thank you so much! I am 100% satisfied with my purchase. I give Acorn A++!

Lisa R -

Very good on making all of the appointments on time. Installation was exceptionally clean and the installer Todd Harmon was very thorough in his explanation on the lifts use. The salesman was also excellent – Gregg Hanna. The original lady on the phone on the phone was very pleasant in giving me the initial information about the 130 stairlift.

William - Kentucky
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