21 May How to Choose a Pool Lift
Summer is on the way and it’s time to get your Pool Lift ready. Whether you’re replacing a pool lift or in need of a new one, Patriot Mobility Inc can help you decide how to choose a pool lift that will fit your needs.
Pool lifts are great for those who are looking to enjoy the outdoors. Not only are pool lifts great for recreational use but they also enhance the overall health of a senior physically and emotionally. Water helps to relieve pain and helps loosen muscles by taking stress off the joints. All pool lifts are designed for elderly people and handicap occupants who need assistance accessing a pool. A pool lift is a great choice for those who have difficulty using stairs or a ladder.
When you are looking to choose a pool lift, there are a few things you should consider. All good pool lifts are water or battery operated. Battery powered and water powered pool lifts are easier to operate and more convenient than using a manual model pool lifts. You should also make sure that the pool lift you choose is weather proof and good for outdoor use. Make sure when choosing a pool lift that it meets ADA specifications. All ADA passed pool lifts are designed not only for comfort but for safety as well.
Weight capacity is also important when it comes to choosing a pool lift. When researching a pool lift, make sure that your loved ones are under the weight limit. Most pool lifts have a weight capacity of up to and around 350lbs. Pool lifts are designed with the user in mind and are comfortable for every size individual. Make sure to ask how durable the lift frame is and how can it be mounted to the pool for easy submersion. Most pool lift fixtures are sturdy and can be fixed in place or are portable.
Pool lifts come in a variety of different designs. They are also constructed to be portable and permanent. If you live in an area that receives snowfall, a portable pool lift may be a better idea. Make sure that there is enough space in the deck area for a wheel chair or walker where the lift will be in operation. Most pool lifts have adjustable seating for height and width convenience.
Purchasing a pool lift is relatively easy when you know what you’re looking for. Most pool lifts cost around $4000 and up. It depends on the make and the model as well as the style, installation and amount of features.
Pool lifts make a great accessory to your pool and provide a way for your loved ones to enjoy the outdoors during the summer. Pool lifts make it easily accessible for seniors to relax in the water with their loved ones. When you are choosing a pool lift, make sure to consult a trained sales representative that can better assist you. He or she will help make the right recommendations based on the user’s needs and requirements.
Contact a Patriot Mobility Inc representative for further information on how to choose a pool lift today. Call 800-392-9036