Bruno Stair Lifts Hothttp://myseniorsource.com/media/reviews/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/b9/d3/93/bruno-stairlift-reviews-54-1384399787.jpg
Bruno Stair Lifts provide quality custom stair lifts for straight rails, curved rails, and outdoor rails. They also provide vertical platform lifts, vehicle lifts, and Valet Signature seating.
The disadvantages of Bruno outdoor stair lifts are the weight of the products, and the permanently attached outdoor stair lift cover interferes with the ride.
Bruno stair lifts are known for their durability, and quality. Bruno has been in the stair lift industry for many decades, and new innovative designs have been introduced through a better understanding of your needs.
Michael Bruno founded Bruno stair lifts in 1984. Bruno has a commitment to adhere to workmanship standards to ensure the finest quality products. You may be familiar with Bruno advertisements listed on the internet, seen on television, and in different senior magazines.
Bruno is based in the United States, and also has dealers in Canada. Bruno is partnered with a European affiliate that also has offices located in the United Kingdom, and Sweden. Products are available in China, Australia, Columbia, Guam, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Israel, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Thailand, South Africa, and more.
Unlike other stair lifts, Bruno stair lifts feature charge strips along the entire rail so the lift is powered even during power outages. These stair lifts also include adjustable height, and offset swivel seat for ease of accessibility when traveling up, and down the staircase.
Product Information and Specifications
Bruno stair lifts are made in the United States. The extruded aluminum rack and pinon system is made for custom shapes, and curves. These stair lifts are battery operated with two 12 volt batteries. There is a 350 pound max weight limit.
Bruno stair lifts are built to last, and come with a five year major components warranty, and a two year limited warranty. Bruno stair lifts range in price on average anywhere between $1,200 and $4,000 depending on the model, features, and dimensions of your staircase.
I've been a Bruno dealer since 1986. I believe Bruno to be the best product available on the market today.We have had the ability to sell and install other brands. We learned other brands are okay in the sales support department but have poor quality control and very little dealer support. The Bruno Stairlift is made right here in the USA (not Japan as noted above). The ongoing training our staff receives and dealer support by Bruno is outstanding. The equipment is very dependable and we have very few service issues
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Good product and experience
We had several companies come out to the house to tell us about their lifts. We didn't like Acorn because they were too high pressure and wouldn't stop calling us once they had our number.
We liked that Bruno had different models and all were well built and had different power features. We decided on the Elite because we liked how it looked. We've had it for over six months with no issues and its very quiet. Has made my husband's life much easier!
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Made in the USA (my husband's a Vet!)
I used to sell and install these lifts. Truthfully, the product isn't bad. However, most companies are making quality products. The biggest down side is they have too many dealers and they don't support their dealers and In turn they don't support the customers. My honest opinion is that they are too focused on the bottom line and forgot how they became successful in the first place. If they don't support the dealers in your error it will be difficult for the dealer to support you.
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Rusty stair lift
I bought an outdoor stair lift for my daughter who has suffered severe brain injuries. The lift has worked just fine, but there must not be any rust protectant on the outdoor stair lifts because I have not even had mine a year yet and it has started to rust already. I'm not very happy about this because these stair lifts are not cheap and I am on a very fixed and limited income. Bruno stair lifts will not take responsibility for this problem because their warranty does not cover rust. Would not purchase from this company again!
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