If you are looking to have a stairlift installed in the Wolverhampton area then you need not look or search the internet any further. For all types of stairlifts Wolverhampton simply complete the form to the right or call us on the telephone number above. We can provide you with a free survey, price and/or brochure where you can find out more information about having a stairlift installed.
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People who require a stairlift in their Wolverhampton home generally have significant mobility issues that it make it unsafe or impossible for them to continue to navigate the stairs. Investing in stairlifts is quite a consideration and you will have a lot of decisions to make. Before looking into the details, however, you need to understand which type of lift you require.
Straight stairlifts are those lifts that can fit on a standard, straight staircase. These are often found in properties built before the 1960s, where they simply went from the ground floor to the second floor landing. The staircase cannot go around any type of bend.
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Curved stairlifts Wolverhampton on the other hand, are becoming more popular because most modern properties have some sort of bend or corner in their staircase. This is for aesthetic reasons, but also because curved staircases overall take up less physical space.
Of course, cost implications are important to consider as well. Because a curved stairlift is bespoke, it is the more expensive of the two options, starting at around £1,500. Straight stairlifts are cheaper, starting at £700, but they are only suited to the straight staircase
You don’t, however, have to worry about the stairlift being an obstruction. All lifts have to meet stringent safety standards that ensure they do not increase the risk of slips, trips and falls. Besides this, they are very small and slim, meaning they won’t obstruct your staircase. Also, most models can now be folded in when they are not in use, meaning your staircase will continue to be fully functional.
Best of all, installation of a lift is incredibly quick. The most time will be spent in choosing the right lift and surveying your property. Installation itself only takes around one hour, meaning you will be able to have full use of your property again in little to no time at all.