| Topic: Stannah stairlifts (or similar)
Message posted by romany girl14/6/2016 at 11:57pm
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I have had a Stannah fitted earlier this year, and im very pleased with it. Instalation was quick and easy, and it was fitted in about 4 hours. Mine is a straight rail, no curves in the staircase, and cost just over 2k.
If you are lucky you may be able to get one installed for free by your local council or a specific illness charity like Macmillan, but there is often a lengthly wait to gain funding for these, and l could no longer make it upstairs to access bed and the shower after having a nasty fall in the kitchen last winter that damaged my arthritic knee even further, so needed one fitting urgently.
Stannah also provide an annual service and 24/7 breakdown call out cover, so well worth considering when compairing with other makes of lift.
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