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Advice for purchasing Stairlifts Reply
Stairlift allow us to get comfortably from one level to another in our homes.

Before making this very important purchase, there are a number of things that you must consider:

1. Support and comfort.

This is one of the most important things to consider, your journey needs to be comfortable with good support to the back and lumbar. To test this, you could simply have a friend or relative that lives close to a local Easy Mobility store to test the level of comfort.

2. Operates easily.

Easy operation is key, it's important to look at the control panel and ensure that the button and control layout is both suitable for your needs and easy to understand.

3. Additional services.

Services including installation and after-sales servicing are important to consider prior to purchasing a stairlift. Another important factor to consider is the length of warranty offered, many retailers, including Easy Mobility, provide at least 12 months.

4. Cost and methods of payment.

One of the largest concerns for many individuals looking to purchase a stairlift is price. Often, you're not on a fixed income, and disposable income can be hard to come by. To support you, the manufacturer should provide you with an easy to manage monthly fee to help you re-pay over the duration that you choose.

5. Security and safety.

Perhaps the most important factor is that the stairlift should have safety features to ensure you're suitably secured onto the seat and a battery back-up in case of a power outage within your home.

I hope this was helpful, please feel free to ask any further questions.

DanielMcNamara
Easy Mobility Services

10/10/2013
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