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What's the Difference between a Stairlift or Chairlift
'Chair lift' and 'stair lift' are similar terms for the same product, in the UK we refer to stairlifts, you may find that chair lift is a term that is used more outside of the UK for stairlifts and vertical platform lifts. They are both products that are attached to the treads of a staircase and enable anyone with mobility issues to move up and down the stairs freely and allow others to continue using the staircase as normal.
Chairlifts for stairs or stairlifts for stairs
whichever you choose to call them, they transform the quality of life for many people with mobility problems, especially the elderly or disabled and give them full access to the home.
A stair or chair lift provides peace of mind to users and relatives alike, removing the likelihood of accidents occurring on the stairs and removing the need for helpers to assist in getting up the staircase.
There are many different makes and models of stairlifts / chairlifts on the market, you can choose straight or curved options depending on the staircase you want to install it on, there are also options to install outside in the garden to give access to all levels.
When deciding which lift is the best fit for your family and household needs, you should consult with your healthcare provider, doctor, or occupational therapist to make the best decision possible. Before you install the stair lift, make sure you inquire about the proper safety regulations concerning the equipment and get a professional installation.
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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