You may be considering all your options before deciding on the best mobility product for your home, in this article we discuss the differences between stairlifts and domestic home lifts to ensure you choose the option that is safest and suited to your home.
There are lots of benifits to installing a stairlift in the home, however, for some this may not be the best solution, a domestic home lift goes through the floors, and can also be used for multiple users.
A stairlift can be a difficult installation which in some cases can look unattractive, but can also get in the way of the top and bottom of the stairs, making it a hazard.
If you live in a multiple household then a stairlift can become a problem, as When someone is actually using the stairlift other people cannot use the stairs, until the the device has safely reached its destination, otherwise causing quite a danger on an already hazardous part of the house.
A considerable benefit of some of the home lifts on offer is that they are large enough to take a wheelchair and multiple users. For wheelchair users this means a much smoother and easier journey around the home. The alternative is that if a wheelchair user only had the option of a stairlift, getting on and off and moving the wheelchair itself would be dangerous and unworkable maneuver from wheelchair to stairlift seat, and then back again at the top and bottom of the stairs.
Modern home lifts are designed and built with safety in mind and contain a series of sensors and mechanisms to ensure that they run as safely and smoothly as possible, all of our homelifts are thoroughly tested to ensure they are at the highest of safety standards before they are ready for the customer.
Depending on your level of mobility, users of the stairlift can require help from others whether that be their partner, a relative, a friend or a carer getting on and off the device. However, domestic lifts can be used by one user on their own, giving complete control to move from floor to floor in their home whenever they reuire.
New and Refurbished stairlifts, home lifts, access lifts, patient handling equipment, and new stairlifts can be provided in Norwich, Cambridge and Peterborough, Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Ely, Lowestoft, Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn, Colchester, and all the surrounding areas.
Carelift Services include the supply, install, service, repair, removal alongside the installation of stairlifts and mobility products across East Anglia, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire.
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Our stairlift installations are designed to help those with mobility difficulties sustain their independence and most new stairlifts come in a range of styles and colours and are tailored to our customer’s needs. Mobility solutions are compatible with all types of staircase, ceiling, property types, and sizes.
Whether it's home, business or a public building we offer a range of access lifts that allows those who use a wheelchair or generally have a lack of mobility the ability to access and enjoy every floor of your building.