At Williams Lift Company, we provide stair lifts and handicap ramps that offer increased mobility and comfort. We know how important it is that you get exactly what you need and that you have the support and assistance of qualified and caring individuals. Read on to learn more about what makes the Williams Lift Company special.
Family Owned and Operated
The Williams family founded the Williams Surgical parent company in 1947. While Thomas E. Williams opened Williams Surgical, it is his son, Barry, who currently owns and operates Williams Lift with his wife. Their two daughters and son-in-law are also part of the family team. Being a family business, the rest of the staff has become family as well. We are proud to have created a family of kind and quality professionals, and we believe that our family mentality is a key factor in our success.
Quality Service Throughout
In the Williams family, we aim to conduct our service with fairness and excellence. We offer high quality products and services at prices that we determine to be optimal for both parties. We provide top-notch service at all times, whether you are renting or buying a stairlift, or simply coming in for a consultation. This excellent service lasts long after the sale is made, through our careful and exceptional maintenance.
Put simply, we care about our customers; that is why we take steps to make sure that each and every one is covered. For example, before the super storm Sandy, we took precautionary measures to ensure that we would have plenty of batteries in stock, in case our customers lost power and were unable to use their stairlifts. We also recorded a message that explained how to make the most of your battery life, in case we were forced to close our store.
Want to know more about Williams Lift Company? Call us at (908) 731-5014 to find out why we have been New Jersey’s go-to service for stairlift, ramp, and wheelchair needs since 1947. In addition to selling and renting our products, we also happily install them. Call us or visit our website today.
For people who struggle to climb up and down stairs or suffer from reduced mobility in some way, a stairlift can be an immensely helpful addition to the home. A stairlift can bolster your confidence and make your entire house accessible again. Fortunately, these useful pieces of equipment can be either rented or bought, so you can likely make room for a stairlift installation within your budget.
When you rent a stairlift, it technically remains the property of the company that rented it to you, but it stays in your home. You will make monthly payments instead of a one-time purchase, although you may be required to make an additional first-time payment to cover installation costs for your stairlift. Fortunately, you can typically choose between reconditioned stairlifts or new, more expensive stairlifts, so rental plans can still be versatile and affordable.
Buying Buying a stairlift may seem like a significant expense compared to the monthly payments that rentals offer, but the stairlift pays off in multiple ways. Most importantly, it gives you easy access to your entire house and eliminates any worries of falling down the stairs or not having the energy to climb them. You also have the option to purchase reconditioned stairlifts at much cheaper prices than new models or buy a new stairlift that is customized for your home. If you purchase a warranty, you will receive helpful maintenance if anything should malfunction. The expense of a purchased stairlift is also less of a burden when you consider the fact that you can sell or rent it when it is no longer in use.
Making the choice between renting and buying a stairlift can be tricky, but Williams Lift Company will gladly answer any questions that you may have. You can call us at (908) 731-5014, visit our website, or stop by and see us if you live in the New Jersey area. We also provide ramp and wheelchair rentals and sales, and are happy to install any product we sell.
If you are looking into purchasing your first stairlift, you may not know much about the different brands and models that are available. Watch this video to learn about the Bruno Electra-Ride III stair lift and its features.
The Bruno Electra-Ride III is as stable and powerful as it is beautiful and elegant. The lift is the most technologically advanced of its kind; its two 12-volt batteries are automatically recharged at both the top and bottom of the stairs. The Electra-Ride III provides a smooth and steady ride without the need for stairway modifications. The armrests, footrest, and seat itself can all be folded in order to make more room for the rest of the family to climb the stairs.
If you would like more information about the Bruno Electra-Ride III, call Williams Lift Company at (908) 731-5014. We can take care of all of your stairway lift, ramp, and wheelchair needs. If you live in New Jersey, stop by and see us or visit our website.