Deciding on whether to use or not a Stairlift can be time consuming. To make it a lot easier, below you will find guides that will help you decide whether you need one or not and also if needed, help on how to choose one that suits you best. This guide is based on the views of people who have in the past years bought and used Stair lifts from Stairlifts Shawbury and also an intensive research conducted on the Age in UK, not on product testing.
Most stairways usually can be fitted with a stair lift. One can be installed on almost any stairways including ones with curved walls, and on unusually shaped or narrow stairways. Stairlifts by Stairlifts Shawbury are quick and easy to install, and once installed, looks neat and also comes with various colour variations to suit your home.
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Stairlifts are easy to use but the most common limitation is the width of your stairs, as modern stairlifts are fairly compact. Usually, if your stairs are wide enough to allow room for your knees with some space when you’re sitting down, a lift with a seat can be fitted. If you have very narrow stairs, you may need to fit a standing or perching lift – some will fit a straight stairway that is only 24″ (62cm) wide.
Stairlifts by Stair Lifts Shawbury come with various carrying capacities. Some carrying up to a weight of 190kg and others can take up only a weight up to 125kg.
To be able to use these stairlift from Stairlift Shawbury, you first need to be able to get to it, sit on the seat or platform available, and navigate the controls to suit you path. If you want to stand up in order not to be prone to dizzy spells, then you might consider a standing lift.
If you are thinking of getting yourself a stairlift, then don’t hesitate to get one as many people who own a stairlift wish they’d had it earlier.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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It depends. For private tenants, you would have to check the terms of your tenancy agreement as stairlifts usually don’t count as structural alterations because they are fixed to the stairs, rather than the walls – but if you want, you would need to check and consult your landlord if you have any unusual stairways that would have to be changed.
If you’re a council tenant, contact your local council for information – it’s likely that the installation of a stairlift will have to be organized through them.
Most stairlifts are battery powered, they usually charge themselves automatically. Also those that work from the main walls also have a battery backup to keep them working even in time of power failure.
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