Stairlifts WarringtonStannah Stairlifts UK
Are you searching for reliable and affordable stairlifts Warrington? The experienced and friendly team here at Affordable Mobility pride ourselves on providing a quality and professional service. Accredited with the Stannah Certificate of Excellence, our industry-leading technicians and engineers have over 37 years of experience in the industry.
If you’re ready to begin using a stair lift in your home, this article explores various considerations including the best type of stair lift suited to you and your home, stair lift prices, and the services available from our friendly team throughout. If you are looking for stairlifts Warrington or would like to know more about our services, you can call our friendly and experienced team today on 01200 444254.
Stannah Stairlifts Warrington
Choosing a stair lift for your home poses many questions. In the below section, we take a look at the types of stair lifts available as well as some important things to consider when placing your order.
The team at Affordable Mobility have installed a variety of straight and curved stair lifts that are bespoke to the shape of your home and stair climbing needs. When beginning the installation process for stairlifts Warrington, one of our friendly consultants will come and visit your property and provide a comprehensive assessment of the type of stair lift you require.
All our stair lift rails are installed to the stair tread and will not be attached to the wall. This will allow your stair lift to be fitted to either side of the stairs depending on the final results of our assessment. You can find a little more information below for the different types of stair lifts that can be installed in your property;
Straight stair lifts
As the most commonly installed stair lift, these installations can be completed in just a couple of hours depending on additional requirements. With no turn or bend required in the manufacturing or installation process, our range of straight stair lifts are aluminium. All straight stair lifts are designed to handle an impressive 143 miles, and you can choose between a bronze or silver finish.
Curved stair lifts
If you have an odd-shaped staircase you’ll likely require a curved stair lift. Curved stairlifts are designed to reach more than one floor and are perfect if you have a small landing with 4 or 5 more steps around the corner. Curved staircases are all designed slightly different, and our team provide a bespoke stair lift for each and every home. With Stannah recently installing a 50-metre stair lift covering 11 floors, our curved models can travel over 222 miles in their lifetime.
Choosing Your New Stairlift in Warrington
The February edition of our stairlifts article investigates what you should think about when choosing your new stairlift and which options are available once you have made your decision.
Choosing which stairlift is appropriate for your home is mainly down to your personal requirements as well as the type of staircase that is situated in your home. Should you have a curved staircase or straight staircase then naturally this will affect the type of stairlift that you will be looking for. Straight stairlifts are the most common variation however you will have to opt for a curved stairlift if you have a curved staircase. Straight stairlifts go directly up and down whereas curved stair lifts have a few additional requirements. Along with being appropriate for a curved staircase, a curved stair lift also differs due to the fact that the type of landing that you have. Our curved stairlifts are custom made and our engineers assess the curvature of your staircase as well as the type of landing in your home before the installation process begins. In terms of the model and features of the stairlift that you wish to install there are a wide range of options available. From differing upholstery options, safety features, colour options, seat load sensors, adjustable seat width options
and ease of use control systems; there’s an impressive amount of additional features offered within the Stannah models that we have to offer. Once deciding on the style or model of stairlift that you wish to install for your home, your next choice is deciding whether to purchase your stairlift or arrange for a stairlift rental.
Is Purchasing a Stairlift or Rental Appropriate?
The choice as to whether it’s appropriate to decide on renting a stairlift or purchasing a stairlift for your home again comes down to your requirements. If you are not sure as to whether you require a permanent stairlift then a stairlift rental may be the appropriate option. This allows you to arrange for the installation of your new stairlift and pay for your starlit in monthly payments. A stairlift rental is also ideal if you require a stairlift for a short period of time due to an accident. You can rent your stairlift on a month by month basis, whether this is for 1 month or 5 years. When the time is right, we will also arrange for the removal of the stairlift for you. We offer rental on straight stairlifts so you do not need to worry about the servicing costs as we take care of this for you. If you feel that you require a stairlift as a long term solution then the purchasing of a stairlift is highly recommended. This allows for a permanent installation in your home and this allows you to make a one-time payment to install a stairlift in your home. Our engineers will install your stairlift for you and are also available to advise you should you require any further information on our stairlifts and stairlift installation services.
Questions About Installing a Stairlift in Your Property
The October edition of our article investigates the questions that you may have when installing a stairlift in your property.
As purchasing a stairlift is a significant investment, you may understandably have a number of questions related to stairlifts or installing a stairlift. As there are many aspects to consider when purchasing your stairlift, having the answers available to you is very important in making the final decision in installing a stairlift or deciding on the type of stairlift that’s best for you. So we have answered some of the most commonly asked stairlift related questions on the internet below to answer some of the most asked questions regarding stairlift. If you do require more information or have a question that has not yet been answered in one of our articles then please do not hesitate to contact one of the friendly experts at Affordable Mobility today.
Does a Stairlift Damage Your Property or Staircase?
Due to the fact that the stairlift is attached to a rail on to the steps and not onto the wall, there is no damage caused to your staircase. When our expert installation team visits your home to install your stairlift, they carry a vacuum so that they can clean up after themselves ensuring that your property is left as tidy as when they arrived. This ensures that your stairlift is installed tidily and that there is no damage caused to your staircase or wall. This also makes the removal of your stairlift simple and there will be no damaged cause should you decide to uninstall your stairlift.
Do Turns & Bends Cause an Issue?
As discussed, a straight stairlift will be able to operate up and down a straight staircase however these stairlifts will not be able to navigate turns and bends in a staircase. A curved stairlift however is custom-built to suit the exact profile of your staircase and will be therefore able to navigate turns and bends. You can even in some cases have curved stairlifts installed on multiple floors which shows the versatility of our curved Stannah stairlifts.
Are Stairlifts Safe?
When Stannah stairlifts are built, we build bespoke parts to ensure that everything works together and works in the way that it should operate. Every design and major component is also tested for 25,000 return journeys or the equivalent of 10 years of use to ensure that they are of the highest quality and reach our vigorous safety and quality standards. All of our stairlifts move at 0.1 meter per second taking a one way trip at the average length of a stairlift (4.14M) at 41.1 seconds. Our testing also revealed that this is the safest speed for both straight and curved stairlifts. We also offer a variety of additions which help to keep you safe and secure. This includes seat belts, arm & footrests as well as a variety of other innovative safety features. This ensures that your stairlift is as safe as possible and ensures that there are a variety of additional features to help you as per your personal requirements and needs.
Every home and every user is different and requires a tailored approach when installing a quality and reliable stair lift. With the perfect solution for every user, we’ve created a comprehensive guide to help you understand the various factors involved when providing a quote.
If you’re searching for a stairlifts Warrington, you can expect straight stair lifts to start £1,895 and curved models at £2,995. With a range of features and customisations available, you can find out more about our Stannah stair lift prices here.
To get a comprehensive quote for a new stair lift, or to book an assessment of your stairs, call our friendly team today on 01200 444254.