Beware of cut and shut Stannah stair lift rails
Purchase of an Stairlift are an important investment market and second hand it is perfectly legitimate Stairlift. In fact, major manufacturers such as Stannah offer elevations of the ladder second-hand, but that-be buyers should be cautious about some unscrupulous traders.
There can be problems when buying second-hand elevations of the ladder. In short, straight rails can be used again to install a second hand straight, but curve Stairlift elevations of the ladder second-hand always need new roads. This is because even if transportation is second-hand rails have to be tailored to fit individual because the stairs should not hinder the doors and must conform strictly to the stairs. Experts say that it is not possible to use the rails second curve safely.
Some people bought Stannah curved rails that have been re-manufactured from a number of old rails that have been cut and soldiers together in an attempt to conform to a particular ladder. They are known in the industry as 'cut and closes' - name of a similar practice in the market for used cars.
Many customers have been misled into thinking that buying a real Stannah rails as advertisers have made no attempt to clarify the fact that the rails are sales have been made from a selection of old rails Stannah.
Due to the limitations of this new manufacturing process, quality and adjustment of the ladder rails is generally very poor and - most important - the Stairlift could be unsafe.
To be sure you receive a new railroad then you'll have to go directly to Stannah or one of its dealers. The mobility of dolphins have been approved Stannah distributors from more than 10 years ago. In fact our branch alone accounts for 20% of Stannah in the UK trade sales. Approved Stannah all dealers to sign an agreement not to use cutting and closing lanes, dando tranquillity of the customer know they're a brand new receiving, and most importantly, an 100% safe rail.
It is also worth considering that companies that use cutting and closing lanes are not dealers and, therefore, can not buy spare parts for Stannah. This could seriously impact your ability to maintain its service elevator and a staircase. This also means that your stairway lift engineers have no training Stannah.
If you have received an offer from a company for a curve rail staircase and elevator that can not demonstrate that they are dealers, then you should contact the manufacturer to see if they are on the approved list. If you are someone who has purchased a stairway lift that uses a cutting rail and closure after contact with dolphins on 0800 9800 126 and we can advise you what to do.
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