Stockton, CA, USA
Stockton is one of the more colorful cities sitting just outside of the Sacramento area. We enjoy the time spent in this city because of the amazing people and generous attractions.
Every technician from Stockton 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 Best Stockton Stairlifts
Bruno Elite CRE 2110-E
Each Bruno Elite CRE 2110-E is designed to fit the exact contours of the home where it is installed. The Bruno Elite CRE 2110-E is one of the most popular in the Stockton area thanks to its weather-resistant design and durable outdoor paint.
- Weight limit: 400 lbs
- Waterproof cover can move with chair for all weather protection
- Equipped with wireless send/call controls
- Tested for performance at 0-125 degrees F
And More. Learn more about all of your curved stairlift options.
Bruno Elite SRE 2010
If you want a stair lift that will ensure comfort and easy access, the Bruno Elite SRE 2010 is the one to consider. It is not only attractive to look at, offering a stylish design that’s sure to blend with your home’s unique aesthetic, but it is simple to use with its control on the armrest and two wireless remote controls. With its many fabric and color options, plush padding, and larger seat and footrest, it’s the go-to for many of our Stockton area customers.
- Weight limit: 400 lbs
- Plush seating makes for an extra comfortable ride
- Comes with obstruction sensors for added safety
- Can be controlled by wireless call/send or chair arm controls
And More. Learn more about all of your straight stairlift options.
Areas We Service in Stockton
- Weston Ranch
- Bear Creek
- Spanos Park
- Miracle Mile
- Sherwood Manor
- Country Club
- And More
Fun Facts About The City of Stockton
The city of Stockton was founded in 1849 by Captain Charles Maria Weber, and it is named after Robert F. Stockton, who was a military governor of California, United States Senator from New Jersey, and a Navy commodore involved in capturing California during the Mexican-American War. Stockton was the first city in California that was not given a Native American or Spanish name, although it was originally inhabited by the Yatchicumne branch of the Yokuts Native American tribe.
Located in the San Joaquin Valley and on the San Joaquin River, Stockton was built during the California Gold Rush. It became a river port and hub of roads leading to gold settlements in the region. The area experienced an influx of Chinese immigrants who fled China due to economic and political upheaval with the hope of discovering gold.
In the subprime mortgage financial crisis of 2007, one out of every 30 homes in Stockton was set for foreclosure – more than any other city in the United States. During that time, the median home price decreased by 44%. As of 2019, the median home value is about $303,200, the median rent is $1,600, and an estimated 320,554 people call Stockton home.
About 75 miles east San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge is the Port of Stockton. This 4,200-acre transportation center includes space for 17 vessels and 136 tenants and makes valuable contributions to the community's economy, including a Foreign Trade Zone, railroad access, and marine highway barge service for moving containers. The city's top employers include St. Joseph's Medical Center, Stockton Unified School District, City of Stockton, and Dameron Hospital.
With a warm, Mediterranean climate, Stockton has hot, dry summers and mild winters. This provides a great environment for outdoor activities. Sports enthusiasts enjoy Stockton's three minor league franchises –Stockton Heat hockey team, Stockton Kings basketball team, and Stockton Ports baseball team.
For those looking for fun things to do, Stockton has multiple venues for cultural activities, including an opera, a symphony, and an arena that hosts live music events. The city is also home to the Bob Hope Theatre, the Haggin Museum, the 18-acre San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum, the Filipino American National Historical Society, and the Stockton Field Aviation Museum.