Stairlifts for Sale
Having a stairlift installed is a wonderful thing for those who have limited mobility. There are many reasons for mobility impairment to occur, such as:
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- Being elderly
- Visual impairments
- Spina Bifida
Eight Tips to Bear in Mind when Looking for Stairlifts for SaleSome easy and useful tips when looking for stairlifts for sale are:
- Speak to your local authority and primary care trust to ask whether installing a stairlift is a good solution for your specific needs and to find out if there are any grants available to help you with the cost of installation.
- Research the different brands of stairlifts for sale that are available on the market. You can conduct your own research by requesting information leaflets and DVDs, for example, or you could ask some installation companies to give you a free, no obligation quotation. This will give you an idea about which stairlift best suits your needs and what price you can expect to pay.
- Prepare some questions that you may want to ask the installation company or manufacturer. No question is unimportant, so it might be a good idea to keep a note of any question that pops into your head.
- If you do ask for free, no obligation quotations, make sure you receive a minimum of three quotations for stairlifts for sale. This is to enable you to check whether the companies are reputable, as their advice and prices should all be similar.
- Inspect your staircase: is it curved or straight? When an installer assesses your staircase, ensure you discuss what possibilities are available to you, particularly if you have a curved staircase. Is a curved stairlift your only option, or could you install two or more straight stairlifts instead?
- After you have received your quotations, do not automatically pick the cheapest one. Spend some time investigating what sort of customer service they offer you after you have picked from their stairlifts for sale. Do they offer maintenance and servicing contracts for example?
- If you are looking at stairlifts for sale from places that are not registered installers, it is important that you are aware of what systems are in place to ensure safety and quality is maintained.
- Think before you act! Sales people should not pressure you into making a decision on the spot. To make sure they don’t, have someone present with you for support when you receive your quotation so that they can help you in telling them that you need some time to think before making a final decision.
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