As we age & our level of mobility starts to reduce, independence can be a real issue. This is especially true for those that are living on their own, without anyone to assist them. It can be incredibly hard for those that are living on their own to improve the level of independence they have, which is apparent if there are stairs in the home. Luckily, there are products on the market that provide a great level of assistance to those that need it. The most popular of these products, being the stairlift.
Whilst stairlifts are invaluable to some, installing one in your home isn’t a something that should be taken lightly. Stairlifts take some thought since you’ll need to understand your requirements to fulfil them with the right product. Specific staircases may also require more work than others since curved stairlifts are much harder to customise a stairlift rail for than their straight counterparts. We’ve decided to write out a few helpful tips to our readers & anyone else that might be considering a stairlift but is looking for a few points to consider
For a lot of homeowners, making sure their home is easily accessible for those that need a wheelchair can be difficult. Whether they have a disability or are suffering from reduced mobility, their home needs to be able to accommodate a convenient & normal lifestyle. Modernising a home may not be the first term you think of when you’re trying to make it better suited for wheelchairs, however, there are a lot of aspects you can improve about a home with modern features that we’ll discuss in this article.
At Domestic Lift Services, we appreciate a good product when it’s released into the market. Our ethos has always been to provide a user-friendly, easy to use & affordable mobility aid to people who need it the most. Because of this approach, we’ve strived to deliver only the best to the customers we serve, regardless of the product that you choose.