Follow Us
  1. Home
  2. Elder Care
  3. Stair Lifts
Lifeway Mobility

Lifeway Mobility

Lifeway Mobility

About Lifeway Mobility

Lifeway Mobility offers accessibility aids that can help make your home safer and more comfortable. Its products include stair lifts, ramps, wheelchair lifts, elevators, baths, showers and transfer aids. Lifeway also provides installation services and free consultations. The company currently has locations in California, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic and Southern New England.


  • Free consultations
  • Rental and pre-owned options
  • Professional installation available


  • Limited availability
  • Limited pricing on website

Bottom Line

Lifeway Mobility sells home accessibility aids and provides professional installation and free in-home and remote consultations. Just make sure you’re in one of the states it serves before you reach out.

What is Lifeway Mobility?

Lifeway Mobility sells mobility and accessibility aids in 18 states and Washington, D.C. The company offers everything from battery-powered stair lifts to grab bars to help people make their homes more accessible so they can age in place.

Lifeway has multiple locations across the country with broad service areas. However, it’s worth checking out the company’s locations on its website to see if it can help you. At the time of publishing, most of its service areas are in California or across the Northeast and Upper Midwest. New locations are set to open soon, though.

How does Lifeway Mobility work?

If you’re interested in Lifeway Mobility and you live in an area it serves, reach out for a free in-home or remote consultation. To request this evaluation, you need to either call the company or fill out the online form on its website. From there, a local team member assesses your needs and helps you find products that fit your home. You should also receive a quote at the end of your consultation.

Lifeway Mobility products

Lifeway Mobility offers products to make your home easier to live in. Whether you have a straight or curved staircase, indoor or outdoor stairs or a wheelchair you need to get up the stairs, Lifeway Mobility has products to help.

At the time of publishing, Lifeway Mobility offers the following models:
  • Bruno Elan: This battery-operated lift has a weight capacity of 300 pounds. It has continuous charge strips, obstruction safety sensors and a padded swivel seat that can flip up along with its armrests and footrest.
  • Bruno Elite: The Elite is similar to the Elan but with some advanced features, like a weight capacity of 400 pounds and extra padding in the seats. It also has adjustable-width armrests and upholstery and track color options that don’t come with the Elan.
  • Handicare 1100: This lift's 80-degree swivel seat can be manually or power-operated. Safety sensors stop the lift from running over obstacles, and brush heads on the rail clear dust. It comes with textured footrests, two remote controls and a retractable seat belt. Its weight capacity is 309 pounds.
  • Handicare 1000: This stair lift can be used indoors or outdoors. Depending on the model and seat selected, its weight capacity ranges from 300 to 440 pounds. It comes with multiple safety sensors and a retractable seat belt.
  • Savaria K2: This battery-operated lift has a weight capacity ranging from 300 to 350 pounds, depending on the angle of the stairs. Safety features include a seat that swivels and locks, a retractable seat belt, an anti-slip footrest and obstacle sensors.
  • Harmar Pinnacle SL600: This lightweight model has a weight capacity of 350 pounds and a height-adjustable seat. Safety sensors prevent issues or hitting obstacles. In the case of a power outage, this chair can continue operating for up to 40 trips.
  • Harmar Pinnacle SL600HD: This model is similar to the SL600, except it has a weight capacity of 600 pounds. A retractable seat belt and a key lock are available as optional features.

The Bruno Elan and Elite models are also available to rent.

At the time of publishing, Lifeway Mobility offers the following models:
  • Bruno Elite Curved: This lift is battery-operated, and it comes with two wireless remotes. It has obstruction sensors, a swivel seat and a weight capacity of 400 pounds.
  • Harmar Helix: This model is built with a dual-style steel rail. It works with standard 90- or 180-degree turns as well as spiral staircases. There are charging stations at the top and bottom to keep it charged when not in use. It has a weight capacity of 350 pounds.
  • Handicare Freecurve: This single-tube lift comes with features such as a retractable seat belt, a swivel seat, top and bottom charging stations, and two wireless remotes. It has a weight capacity of 275 pounds.
  • Savaria Stairfriend: This battery-powered, dual-rail model is designed for both curves and landings. It includes a swivel seat and obstruction sensors and has a weight capacity of 350 pounds.
  • Handicare 2000: The Handicare 2000 is a twin-rail system that's custom built to fit snugly against your home's wall. You can choose between multiple rail color and seat options, and the company has an outdoor model available. The weight limit for the base model is 255 pounds, but a heavy-duty option can support up to 302 pounds.
At the time of publishing, Lifeway Mobility offers the following models:
  • Bruno Elite Outdoor Straight: This model is designed to handle harsh weather, and it comes with a weather-resistant cover. It has all the standard features of other Bruno Elite models and a weight capacity of 400 pounds.
  • Bruno Elite Outdoor Curved: Like the straight model, this curved Elite is designed to deal with harsh weather. It also includes the standard Bruno Elite features and has a 400-pound weight capacity.
  • Harmar 350: This model comes with an aluminum track that’s designed to handle the elements, so it can handle temperatures from zero to 125 degrees. It mounts to the stairs instead of the wall and operates on standard 115 VAC household power. This lift has a 350-pound weight rating.
  • Hawle HW 11 Outdoor Curved: This lift comes with zinc-coated railing to withstand all seasons. This chair has a weight capacity of 350 pounds.
  • Handicare 1000: This stair lift can be used indoors or outdoors. Depending on the model and seat selected, its weight capacity ranges from 300 to 440 pounds. It comes with multiple safety sensors and a retractable seat belt.
Inclined lifts use a platform to carry a wheelchair user over a flight of stairs. When not in use, the inclined lift can fold up so the staircase isn’t hindered. Lifeway’s offerings have a weight capacity of 550 pounds.

At the time of publishing, Lifeway Mobility offers the following models:

  • Savaria Delta: This lift can be used indoors or outdoors on straight staircases. It can travel up to 80 feet, and it’s ADA compliant.
  • Savaria Omega: This lift can be used indoors or outdoors on curved staircases, too. It can travel up to 164 feet, and it’s also ADA compliant.
Lifeway Mobility also offers used stair lifts, vertical lifts, elevators and a variety of non-lift accessibility products.

Lifeway Mobility stair lift costs

It's difficult to find specific proices because a variety of factors affect how much a stair lift costs. However, Lifeway does outline some average cost on its website:

  • Straight stair lifts typically cost between $2,200 and $5,000.
  • Stair lifts for curved stairs start at $9,500. Elsewhere on the website, Lifeway gives a cap of $16,000 for a curved stair lift.
  • Outdoor stair lifts start at $6,100.

For information on pricing for used stair lifts and rental options, you'll need to contact Lifeway Mobility for a free quote.

If you’re having trouble affording a stair lift, Lifeway can help you find funding sources. Financing is also available for most products the company offers.

Lifeway Mobility FAQ

Yes, Lifeway Mobility offers installation.
Lifeway Mobility has multiple locations that allow it to serve customers in:
  • California
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Minnesota
  • New Hampshire
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • Virginia
  • Washington, D.C.
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
Yes, Lifeway Mobility offers free in-home consultations. Remote consultations are also available.
Lifeway Mobility is a Bruno Diamond dealer, but it also sells products from brands such as:
  • Handicare
  • Savaria
  • Harmar
  • Hawle
Lifeway Mobility offers a one-year warranty on labor. Warranties for used stair lifts are for three or six months. The products Lifeway sells may also come with a manufacturer’s warranty.

Do we recommend Lifeway Mobility?

Overall, Lifeway Mobility is a good company to consider if you’re looking for mobility and accessibility solutions. It has a number of products available to help make homes safer and more comfortable for those looking to aging in place. However, Lifeway Mobility currently serves only 18 states and Washington, D.C., so you’ll want to check the list of states above or enter your ZIP code on their website to verify the company serves your area.

Sort: Recent
Filter by: Any

Currently there are no customer reviews.

Select stars to rate your experience
Very dissatisfied with the experienceDissatisfied with the experienceSatisfied with the experienceHappy with the experienceWould recommend to a friend

A link has directed you to this review. Its location on this page may change next time you visit.

Loading more reviews...

Lifeway Mobility Company Information

Company Name:
Lifeway Mobility
21 E Main St STE B
Postal Code:
United States