Stairlifts remove all of the hassles of getting up and down the stairs. They can be extremely liberating and ensure that you never feel unable to access any room in your home. Similarly, the installation of a stairlift may also ensure that you never feel that you have to move out of your house and find accommodation that is more easily accessible. It could very well help to change your life by, conversely, ensuring that you don’t have to change a thing!
Whatever the size of your home, the length or shape of your stairs, there is almost certainly a product to suit. Straight stairlifts and curved stairlifts have been manufactured to fit into the modern home, causing minimal disruption whilst providing optimal service. Most models fold away easily and, to a certain extent, discretely; so it needn’t get in the way of other people in your home or indeed yourself.
Because stairlifts are designed specifically for the elderly and the physically frail, the controls are also extremely easy to use and accessible. Many people still have a fear that they may fail during an electrical blackout or due to mechanical failure; in truth, all models are no built to exacting standards and may be serviced to ensure that there are no issues, whilst also providing a secondary battery power source, ensuring you should never get left high and dry.
You might also be surprised by the cost of a standard stairlift. Whilst in the past they were seen as an expensive luxury, today, as technology has improved, prices have dropped. Today a new or reconditioned stairlift might cost as little as £1,000, making it within reach of most households. Suppliers should also provide you with a warranty as well as arranging installation, giving you complete peace of mind.
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