Stairlifts Birmingham – Straight & Curved
If you are looking to have a curved or straight stairlifts Birmingham then you need to ensure you get the best price and compare stairlifts Birmingham. We compare companies in the Birmingham area for all types of stairlifts. Wether you wish to just have free brochures sent out so can have a look through or arrange for a free no obligation survey just complete the quick form to your right. Curved or straight stairlifts Birmingham we can help, simply complete the form to the right and we’ll be in touch!
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In fact, many stairlifts come in a variety of colours just so you can choose the accent rails to match your interior design. The way that stairlifts work is very simple, they usually consist of rails that run down the side of a staircase that are only a few inches in width from a wall that the lift can use to descend and ascend the stairs. Battery chargers usually sit at both ‘parking’ points of the lift at the top and bottom of the stairs so that your lift chair automatically charges and is ready for use every time you need it. If this sounds like something you could make use of give us a call and get your free installation quote today.
There are two main types of stairlifts that you may come across if you are scouring the market. The first is the straight model and the second is the curved model. Each of these has different properties and understanding the difference is not overly complicated, particularly when reading through the following information.
A curved stairlift is designed to fit on staircases that are not straight up and down. Curved stairlifts are bespoke items, so designed that it fits only the staircase on which it will be fitted. Because of this, there are no two and the same curved stairlifts.
A straight stairlift Birmingham on the other hand, fits on completely straight stairs. Most older domestic properties still have completely straight stairs, generally leading from the downstairs hallway to the upstairs landing. However, in newer designs, stairs do turn at least one corner, which is making the straight stairlifts less common.
Stairlift prices depend manly on the type you require. Generally, they start at £700 for a straight model and at £1,500 for a curved model. When you get to the ordering process, a surveyor will first measure your property and provide you with a free, no obligation quotation on the options that are available to you. This will help you to decide whether or not you are able to afford the stairlift, particularly if you don’t receive government assistance.
The length of installation of a stairlift is reasonably short. In fact, most companies now make sure that their installation is as quick as possible, so they don’t lose customers who would rather go elsewhere. Hence, as soon as you have gone through the surveying process and have made your decision, an appointment will be made for installation. Generally, installing stairlifts only takes around one hour or so.Ever wonder how straight stairlifts Birmingham work and how they could easily fit into your home? If you have a chronic injury or have advanced in age a stairlift may be the perfect solution to increasing your mobility around the home. The truth is that with the many modern technological advances it is now even easier to get an attractive stairlift that is easy to use and easy to blend in with the rest of your home so that you do not have to feel as if the new feature is obtrusive.