Last Updated on January 15, 2018
As one of the world’s leading stair lift manufacturers, Bruno offers stair lifts to meet every budget. Bruno stair lift prices vary by model and installation requirements. This article will provide an overview of what goes into the pricing of Bruno stair lifts.
Bruno Stair Lift Prices: Most Affordable Option
Bruno’s “Elan” straight indoor stair lift is the company’s most popular and most affordable option. The Elan is Bruno’s entry-level model, offering all the standard features that Bruno is known for. These include:
- User-friendly design
- Elegant appearance
- Compact form factor, designed for maximum free space on the stairs when in use
- Quiet operation
- Battery backup during power outages
- Safety sensors
- Swivel seat
- 300lb weight capacity
In addition to the standard features listed above, Bruno stair lifts can be customized with a number of additional options to meet specific needs. These added features can include:
- Power swivel seat
- Manual folding rails
- Power folding rails
- Power folding footrest
If you’re in need of more advanced features, you may have to look at Bruno’s “Elite” model.
Bruno Stair Lift Prices: Premium Option
Bruno’s Elite indoor stair lift, as the name suggests, is the company’s premium model. It offers several upgrades over the standard Elan stair lift.
Complete with all of the standard features listed above, what sets the Elite model apart are its luxury materials and heavy-duty craftsmanship.
With Bruno’s Elite model you’re also getting access to a vast array of premium add-ons. The following additional features are available exclusively for the Elite:
- Larger seat pad, measuring 21.5” wide x 16” deep
- Power swivel seat and power footrest
- Extended rail, park away from the stairs in the top or bottom position (curved units)
- Mid-park and charge station for staircases with middle landings (curved units)
- Variety of upholstery choices
- Larger footrest, measuring 12” long by 11” wide
Bruno’s Elite stair lift is available for both straight and curved staircases. For comparison’s sake, the Elan is only available for straight staircases.
I hope you now have a greater understanding of what goes into the price of Bruno’s stair lifts. As you can see, with the number of options available, Bruno stair lifts are rarely created equal. That means Bruno stair lift prices can vary depending on the user and their individual needs.
On top of that, the price also needs to take into account any unique installation requirements for the home it’s being installed in. Generally, when it comes to stair lifts, the final product ends up being custom-built specifically for one’s home. I would say the average price of a Bruno straight stair lift falls around the $3,000-$4200 range.
Unfortunately, it’s not possible to quote a more accurate price without an in-person consultation. However, that’s easy to arrange. Simply fill out this contact form and I will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
No matter what model you choose, you can trust you’re making the right decision with a Bruno stair lift. For more information about the stair lift models carried by Williams Lifts, please request a free brochure.