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Book Wheelchair Rentals in Houston

If you or a loved one needs a wheelchair for a temporary period, renting one can be a great option. Use our wheelchair rental service; we offer a wide selection of high-quality wheelchairs at affordable rates. Our rental process is hassle-free and convenient, making it easy for you to get the mobility assistance you need.

Standard Wheelchair
(18 inch)

Weekly: $45

Monthly: $100

38 lbs

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Light Wheelchair
(18 inch)

Weekly: $65

Monthly: $150

33 lbs

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Bariatric Wheelchair
(22 inch)

Weekly: $80

Monthly: $175

57 lbs

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Wide Wheelchair
(20 inch)

Weekly: $45

Monthly: $100

40 lbs

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Light Wheelchair
(20 inch)

Weekly: $65

Monthly: $150

35 lbs

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Transport Wheelchair
(20 inch)

Weekly: $45

Monthly: $100

23 lbs

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Ultralight Transport
(20 inch)

Weekly: $65

Monthly: $150

15 lbs

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Elevated Leg Rests
(Rent Separately)

Weekly: $10

Monthly: $25

What are the different types of wheelchairs for rent?

Depending on availability we can typically deliver your wheelchair rental straight to your home!

Specifications:

Standard & Wide - Manual wheelchairs where you can push yourself while sitting

Transport & Ultralight - Light wheelchairs where you'll need a caretaker to push you

Bariatric - Manual wheelchairs for larger individuals where you can push yourself 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between a walker and rollator?
    The distinction between a walker and a rollator is the presence of wheels. When you move, all four legs of a walker remain in touch with the ground. To move ahead, the walker must be elevated. A rollator is sometimes known as a "rolling walker with a seat." A rollator has four wheels and brakes and does not require lifting to move. Because the wheels swivel, rollators are easy to maneuver. Rollators are often huge, making them difficult to handle within tiny apartments or short corridors. Walkers are more difficult to maneuver and traverse, but they are more stable since all four legs remain on the floor.
  • What should I look for in an elderly walker or rollator?
    Whether you're shopping for yourself or a loved one, there are certain features that a walker should carry to best fit your lifestyle. If you're someone who is looking for balance and stability then you might want to choose a standard walker that keeps you grounded. If you want more independence and quicker mobility then a rollator could serve you best. If you need a walker for your elderly parents that still drive themselves and need something lightweight to get in and out of the car then the "EZ Fold Walker" or "lightweight rollator" could be a great solution. Whatever the case may be, make sure to have something in mind for your needs so that you can narrow down your choices when you come to a medical supply store to make a decision.
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