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We can find you the best and lowest price for any type of stairlifts Liverpool – curved stairlifts or straight stairlifts or maybe even rental – we are able to send you out a free brochure so you can compare the different types, models and designs with prices. You can either call one of our team on the above freephone number or complete our quick online form – we will then contact suppliers and find you the best stairlift price in Liverpool.
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However, just because you are aging should not mean that you lose the freedom to live in your home the way you want to, which is why it may be time to look into installing curved stairlifts Liverpool in your home so that you can move between floors without harm. By adding stairlift Liverpool to your home going upstairs or down no longer has to be a question of pain or concern, and with the free quote service that we offer you may discover that it is easier than you think to gain back the full use of your home.
If you are thinking of buying a stairlift, there are a lot of things to consider. There are different seats and different propulsion systems that you need to think about. The main thing you need to know first, however, is whether you require straight or curved stairlifts, which all depends on the type of stairs you have.
Straight stairlifts Liverpool are fitted to stairs that do not have any type of bend within them. As such, they can be reused and placed on a different staircase if needed, although they may have to be shortened or elongated.
Curved stairlifts Liverpool are very different. These are made to measure to fit only on your staircase. They are used if your staircase goes around a corner or bend. These stairlifts can even be fitted to a spiral staircase. However, because they are bespoke, they cannot be reused on a different set of stairs.
Naturally, the cost of a stair lift is also something to consider. The exact price does vary depending on whether you require a straight or curved stairlift, with the curved models starting at around £1,000 and the straight models starting at around £700.
Some people worry that the stairlifts will get in the way. However, they all meet stringent safety requirements to ensure that they do not obstruct. Besides this, they are now so designed that they are small and slim and can often even fold up when not in use.
Installation of a stairlift is very quick, generally only taking around one hour. The process of selecting and surveying your property takes slightly longer, but even that should not take too long. Merchants are keen to ensure you will have full use of your property again as soon as possible and will do all they can to expedite the process as much as possible.
If you are getting older you may be suffering from some of the most common complaints among the elderly, which include decreased mobility, sore joints, and the increased chance of falling, which can be scary and threatening to say the very least. This is especially true if you live alone in a home that has two stories as the stairs may pose a threat every time you need to move between floors. Some elderly people even refrain from heading up or down the stairs more than twice a day (once at the beginning and once at the end) giving up their convenience in order to reduce the risk of injury.