The Home Lift Store Announces Their Flagship DIY Stair Lift Model – The Brooks Indoor Stairlift

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The DIY (do it-yourself) home mobility division of New Line Products, LLC, the Home Lift Store, has introduced their new flagship stairlift model – the Brooks Indoor Stairlift. This premium model is safe and easy to use, and is available throughout the United States for self-installation – saving the consumer hundreds of dollars over the cost of a professionally installed model.

Brooks Indoor Stairlift

Brooks Indoor Stairlift

saving the consumer hundreds of dollars over the cost of a professionally installed model

The Brooks Indoor Stairlift is one of the most aesthetically pleasing handicapped lifts on the market. Most noticeable is its sleek attractive, appearance and neutral colors that enable it to blend into most color schemes instead of standing out in stark contrast as an eyesore in the home.

The Brooks is a premium stair lift that comes with various standard features setting it apart from most others, especially self-installed models. Chief among these features is the folding footrest, seat and armrests that allow for a very narrow profile when the stair lift is not in use. While some stairlifts include one or two of these, the Brooks is the only self-installed stairlift available that includes all three (folding footrest, folding arms, folding seat) as standard.

Another premium feature that sets the Brooks apart in the DIY mobility lift market is its digital LED diagnostic display. This allows the customer to quickly and easily diagnose and resolve any potential problems or issues. If the stairlift fails to operate normally, the digital display will read an error code that is easily referenced in the included user manual, which not only gives you the cause of the problem, but the solution as well. In most cases, the issue is not actually a “problem” at all, but rather one of its many safety features has simply been activated, preventing the lift from operating until the cause has been resolved. For example, if an object was left on the stairway and it comes in contact with the lift while in use, it would trigger a safety switch that would immediately stop the lift until the object is removed. Each safety switch on the Brooks has its own code that is displayed on the LED diagnostic system when triggered.

The Brooks lift has a DC motor, which means it operates on battery power. This allows the unit to operate even during a power outage. It also employs Soft Start/Stop technology – a feature that causes the lift to start and stop in a slow, gradual manner as opposed to sudden jerky movements that are common to models with AC motors. The batteries are included and come preinstalled on the Brooks. There is no need to remove the batteries to recharge them, as they are charged automatically when the stair lift is resting at the top or bottom of the stairs.

A host of other features are included, such as, a keyed on/off switch with keys included, wireless remote controls to call or send the unit, and user-friendly dual paddle controls on the armrests. Its state-of-the art rack & pinion drive ensures a smooth comfortable ride with no messy cables. The Brooks lift is U.L. listed, includes a one year manufacturer’s warranty on all parts and a lifetime warranty on the motor.

The Brooks Indoor Stairlift is available for purchase at and includes a 15’5’ track (sufficient to accommodate most standard straight stairways with 13-14 steps), all necessary hardware, specific written installation instructions as well as an instructional installation DVD.

The Home Lift Store is a division of New Line Products, LLC. Its founder, Dennis Corrado, has over 10 years experience in the mobility lift industry, including installation, service, and troubleshooting.

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