If you or a loved one has limited mobility and struggles with getting in and out of the seating in your home, a lift chair could be a great addition. With dozens of chairs to choose from it can be difficult to determine what your exact needs are, so let’s look at some of the different options available. Your Needs The biggest thing to take into consideration when selecting a lift chair is your individual needs. Lift chairs come with a wide range of positioning abilities based on your budget and needs. If you plan to use your chair just for sitting and socializing or watching television, a more basic model will probably be adequate, giving you the benefits you need without all the bells and whistles. If you need a chair you can nap or sleep in, however, a more advanced lift chair would suit you better. Some lift chairs are available with two lifts, one for the chair base itself, and one for the foot rest. This type of chair is ideal for anyone who needs to sleep in the chair for various medical reasons. Your Home Once you decide what type of lift abilities you need your chair to have, you can decide which chair will fit best in your home. Just because the chair is on a lift doesn’t mean it has to be an eyesore. Lift chairs come in a wide variety of styles and upholstery fabrics so that you can select something that will work for you while also looking great in your home. Your Budget Your budget may be another limiting factor when selecting a chair lift. Fortunately, Freedom Mobility carries a wide variety at all budget levels with an array of features. Many chair lifts have added features that increase the price, but if they go above your budget, we would be happy to help you decide which features are needed and which aren’t. If you are considering a lift chair for your home for yourself or a loved one, come visit us at Freedom Mobilitytoday. Our showroom features a variety of lift chairs and other mobility solutions for you and your home. Our team would be happy to help you with your Maryland lift chair needs.