Auburn, CA, USA
Small in size but certainly not in stature, Auburn is known for its California Gold Rush history. History, modern culture, outdoor adventure, great beers, wines, and restaurants, you name it, Auburn has it all.
Every technician from Auburn will provide prompt, friendly, and neighborly service. They’ll be quick but thorough and leave no mess behind once the stairlift is installed.
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Our Most Popular Auburn Stairlifts
The 1000 is our top of the line model and a favorite of our customers in Auburn. It’s Smart Seat is fully adjustable to fit a range of body types. Additional features include a body harness, powered hinged rail, and a variety of upholstery colors.
- Weight limit: 350lbs
- Move silently and gently with a soft start/stop
- Large, carpeted footrest provides more traction
- Available for indoors or outdoors
- And More. Learn more about all of your straight stairlift options.
2000 HR Stairlift
Each 2000 is built to fit the specific contours of the home where it will be installed. With the tightest track bends in the industry, the 2000 can be installed on almost any indoor staircase, making it one of our most popular stairlifts in the Auburn area.
- Weight limit: 300lbs
- Rechargeable backup battery
- Minimal noise
- Fold-up seat, footrest, and armrests save space for other stair users
- And More. Learn more about all of your curved stairlift options.
Auburn Neighborhoods We Service
- Aeolia Hills
- Auburn Greens
- Black Oak
- Deer Ridge
- Dry Creek
- Vintage Oaks
- Woodside Village
- And More
How Well Do You Know Auburn?
The area that is now Auburn was originally home to the indigenous Nisenan people before gold miners settled there in 1848 and established a mining camp. A young man named Claude Chana first discovered gold there in May of 1848, and the area became home to profitable mining operations. Auburn was incorporated as a city in 1888.
Auburn is the county seat of Placer County and is registered as a California Historical Landmark due to its role in the California Gold Rush. The city covers an area of 7.20 square miles and has a population of 13,330 people, according to the 2010 Census.
The housing market in Auburn is competitive, with many homes receiving multiple offers, selling for 1% below list price, and becoming pending in 21 days. The median home value is $489,516, and the median rent is $2,200. The median income in Auburn is $57,289, and the unemployment rate is around 3.2%.
The major industries in Auburn include health care, social assistance, retail trade, professional, scientific, and technical services. The major employers in Auburn include Placer County Fire Department, Placer County Sheriff, and Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital.
With cool, wet winters and hot, dry summers, Auburn has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate. The average annual rainfall is 37.37 inches, and there are approximately 70 rainy days per year.
Visitors and residents who want to learn about the city’s cultural and historical significance can visit the Gold Rush Museum, which features hands-on activities, including a mining tunnel and an indoor panning stream. The Bernhard Museum Complex is also a great place to check out. It was originally a Gold Rush Inn, and it now features a restored wine processing building, a restored Victorian farmhouse, 19th-century wagons and a carriage barn, and a living history program.
Auburn has some interesting landmarks, including huge sculptures that are located throughout the area and celebrate the city’s history. This includes a statue of a Chinese railroad worker and a statue of Claude Chana panning for gold.
The city has also played a role in filmmaking over the years, with several films shot, at least in part, in Auburn. These include Wisdom, The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, Protocol, The Ugly Truth, The Phantom, Phenomenon, and My Family.
Events and festivals in the area include the Drive-in Live Country, the Annual Motorcycle Ride for Veterans, and the Auburn Ukulele Festival.
With several parks in the city, Auburn has a wide variety of places to enjoy outdoor fun, including a skate park, a bike park, a dog park, sports fields, tennis courts, swimming areas, playgrounds, picnic areas, and plenty of hiking trails.