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Best Stairlifts Gnosall

Which stair lift suits you and your home?

Starlifts from Best Stairlifts Gnosall come in different varieties as indicted below. Most of them are made to be sat on but you would also get some that you can stand on. The ones with “stand on” option come with a slim pad that you lean against. Some stairlift are designed to give you level access in case you have difficulties in standing.

If none of these suit – your stairs are really too narrow for a stairlift or if you are unable to use one for other reasons – you’ll need to consider alternatives. These include:

installing a vertical lift

rearranging your house so that you can live on one floor

Lifts for straight stairs

Lifts for straight flights of stairs are cheaper at Best Stair Lifts Gnosall. However, if you have two or more straight flights separated by landings, you may be able to install one continuous curved stairlft, rather than have two lifts fitted.

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Do Stairlifts Have Any Limitations?

Lifts for curved stairs

Obviously, this is the type of lift you’d need if your stairs are actually curved. But note that best stairlift Gnosall call any kind of lift that goes round a corner a stair lift for curved stairs’.

Lifts for use outdoors

Outdoor stairlifts are similar to indoor models but tougher and waterproof, so they can be used to get you into the garden or up your front steps.

Lifts with seats

Carrying a walking stick, handbag or other small items would be no problem since this type of stairlift comes with a reasonable seat size.

Standing Lifts

If you are having problems with sitting or not being able to stand easily, then Standing lifts are the best stairlifts for you as they comes with a platform that you can stand or “perch” on. They can be fitted on narrower stairs and also are narrower than seat chairlifts.

To be able to use Standing Chair Lifts, you should be able to stand for the duration for which it takes the lift to climb the stairs. If you sometimes get dizzy or collapse, then this lift is not suitable for you. The headroom of the stairway has to be high enough – as a rule of thumb, your height when standing plus around 12″ (30cm).

Lifts Capable of Passing a Door Way

In some houses, the stairlift will need to pass in front of a door – this often happens at the foot of the stairs. You can get around this by fitting a hinged track that lifts up out of the way when the stairlift is not being used. Check that it has some mechanism to make lifting it light work. Remember to raise it at night, so no one trips over it by mistake.

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If you want, you can also go for a powered type which automatically slots into place whenever you use or park the lift. You are also advised to check with Best Stairlifts Gnosall on making the hinge strong enough. Some Minivator models (supplied by Handicare) use a different system – the track extends and withdraws automatically as the seat moves.

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