Are you in need of a stair lift rental in London?
If you are having great difficulty getting up or down the stairs or are unable to use the stairs, then having a stairlift fitted is a practical solution to help you regain independence at home.
Our professional specialists take great pride in servicing stairlifts across all of London. Whether you live in Beckenham, Brentford, Hampton or London we have local technicians standing by. Our local stair lift technicians are familiar with the area. Due to mobility issues, many people find everyday acts like climbing the stairs in their home incredibly difficult.
The team at UK Mobility Stairlifts aim to give you back your independence and quality of life by providing a range of quality stairlifts at highly competitive prices. We offer affordable stairlift rentals with a comprehensive list of additional benefits. No surprise bills, No fuss or mess, Quick installation, Quick removal, Backup and priority call out. This is because the compassionate and caring team. Renting a stairlift is a fantastic worry-free alternative to stairlift ownership.
If you think a residential stair lift will allow you to remain safe and independent in your own home, set up a free in-home evaluation. We will provide a no-obligation quote. Get in touch with our friendly and helpful team.
Stairlift rental gives you the latest stairlift technology at the lowest price, and renting a stairlift is one of the most cost effective means of having a stairlift fitted in your home. If you have a friend or relative that is unable to use the stairs in their home then you know how useful a stairlift can be.
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Hiring a chairlift is simple. To take advantage of the rental scheme, we require a one off payment to cover the administration, installation and subsequent removal of the stairlift. From then on, there will be a set monthly fee for the duration of your rental.
You can rent straight stairlifts, curved stairlifts, outdoor stairlifts and reconditioned stair lifts. Most staircases are suitable when hiring stair lifts and our hire stairlifts are mainly all slimline models.
Stair lift rental includes all repairs and servicing that is required during the rental period. A common question we have been asked is where can I hire a stairlift near me or where can I hire a stairlift fast we can help you with both these questions.
Some of the common reasons why people hire stairlifts are for recuperating after an operation, recovering from a debilitating condition or learning to walk again.
Installation of a rental stairlift can often be completed with 24-48 hours of ordering and when it is no longer needed, expert engineers will take care of the uninstall with minimum fuss. Consider you stairlift needs and decide whether an Acorn stairlifts rental would suit you.
UK Mobility Stairlifts recently partnered up with Acorn Stairlifts and now provides stairlifts to rent across the entire London area. Our experts service all surrounding towns in London including the metropolitan area.
We provide all our potential customers with a full colour brochure to help you see the entire range of models available. Our specialists offer complete installation services which not only meet, but exceed National Home Accessibility Expectations and guidelines
Acorn Stairlifts are well known to be one of the leading stair lift installation companies alongside Stannah Stairlift and Age UK Stairlifts. We are here for our customers 24/ 7, our friendly aftersales service is second to none, providing you with complete peace of mind. It’s simple hassle-free stairlift rental with no hidden charg
All our customers receive priority service from our factory trained engineers, ensuring a speedy service to get you moving again. Whether you want to invest in a new stairlift, install a reconditioned, second-hand stair lift or ask about our rental options, our large range ensures we have a solution that will make you happy.
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How Can You Manage Mobility Issues in Your Own Home?
As we all get older, we will suffer from numerous health problems. Issues such as joint mobility, arthritis, balance problems, and so on can all lead to physical problems. There can also be a real risk of falling and causing injury, especially if there are stairs in the home. For many people, being infirm and physically frail can lead to hospitalisation or worse.
The Hidden Mobility Problem in Our Communities
It’s important to understand that it’s not just our elderly folk who are at risk of injury due to mobility problems in the home. There are millions of people, both young and old, who also suffer from physical disabilities, neurological conditions, hereditary illnesses, and chronic injuries who also have real trouble moving around in the home and getting up and down their stairs.
Many such people need help from others just to get around their homes on a daily basis. They may use a wheelchair to move around normally, but what if they have stairs? How are they going to get up and down a set of stairs without assistance? The truth is that so many of us focus on how people in these situations can get around in public spaces, but we tend to forget about their homes.
Here are just some of the conditions that can make it difficult to get up and down stairs and move around the home:
● Muscular dystrophy
● Paraplegia or quadriplegia
● Leg amputation
● Spinal injuries
● Spinal conditions, such as Spina-bifida
● Multiple Sclerosis
● Cerebral Palsy
● Physical problems due to a stroke
● Parkinson’s disease
● Osteoporosis, fractures, and broken legs
● Motor Neurone Disease
● Vision problems
The other issue is that many people in these situations at home feel like they need to be as independent and self-sufficient as possible. They may not be able to ask for help or find that it’s too difficult to find a way to get around the home without having a family member or caregiver to look after them. In this way, it can be very limiting and cause more distress than necessary.
Sadly, many people like this are part of the hidden cohort who need daily help. As much as elderly people do require assistance at home, it’s important to always remember that millions of others are also living with disability and physical and neurological conditions that make it hard for them to have a good quality of life without external assistance.
Addressing the Private Mobility Problem
To address the mobility problems that a person is having at home, and to give them back their sense of self-confidence and independence, a stairlift is a good investment. Furthermore, for those who may not be able to afford the installation of a stairlift, they can be rented.
A stairlift is a comfortable chair or platform that is attached to rails and a motor. The rails are fixed to the stairs. The person can then press a button and be taken up or down the stairs at a steady pace. This reduces the risk of slipping, tripping, and falling, and vastly improves mobility around the home.
How Can a Stairlift Company Help?
Fortunately, a number of companies can organise stairlift rentals on a short or long-term basis. In most cases, they can either rent new or refurbished stairlift units for installation. Here’s how such a company typically provides assistance:
● Meeting and consulting with the person to discuss their specific needs and determine what stairlift model is the appropriate choice for their condition
● Expert installation of the appropriate stairlift
● The provision of follow-up service and any repair work required
Organising a Home for People with Mobility Problems
It’s important to understand that renting a stairlift is just part of the process of preparing a home for a person who has mobility problems. Here are some other ways in which a home can be modified to suit a person who is disabled, elderly, or otherwise has mobility problems:
1. Bathroom and Toilet Areas
The bathroom is a risky room in the home for anyone who is infirm or has mobility problems. Tiles can become dangerous when they are wet, and the risk of a slip, trip, or fall increases significantly. For anyone who already has mobility problems or is elderly, falling in their own bathroom can result in major injuries.
There are a number of ways in which the bathroom can be made safe for these individuals:
● Handrails in the shower and along the wall provide areas for grip and stability
● A special seat, called a commode, installed in the shower allows a person to sit while they shower
● Special flooring can be installed in wet areas, such as in the bathroom around the toilet, to provide much better grip and traction
● A bidet installed as part of the toilet allows a person to wash themselves properly
● Arms can be installed as part of the toilet to assist people when sitting on the toilet and getting up
● Special arms can be installed on taps to allow for those with a disability to turn them on and off more easily
2. Special Furniture
Apart from the commodes and shower seats for the bathroom, there is a range of other special furniture designed with such needs in mind.
Chairs with extra back support and those that swivel or rotate are much easier for people to use. They provide more comfort and stability, and also extra movement that doesn’t place undue stress on the muscles and joints. Likewise, lift chairs allow a person to more easily get out of the chair without having to place too much pressure on their joints and muscles.
3. The Bedroom
The bedroom can be a challenging area for anyone with a physical or neurological condition that limits their mobility. Bedside commodes are useful in that they allow a person to more easily find a resting position in between getting into or out of bed. Similarly, bed rails provide a stable area for grip.
4. The Kitchen
The kitchen is also a challenging area for those who have mobility problems. It’s important for a person in this situation to gain as much independence as possible, and being able to use their own kitchen for cooking can really add good quality of life.
Kitchen utensils, such as knives, forks, and spoons, can often be tough to grip. Special cutlery with large grip handles have been designed to alleviate these issues. There is also angled cutlery to allow someone with joint spasticity or chronic arthritis to use utensils using nontraditional grips and movements.
Life can be very challenging for anyone who has mobility problems. The elderly, those with health conditions, and those with a disability or injury often face tough challenges right in their own homes. The activities that most people take for granted on a daily basis, such as going up and down stairs or using the bathroom, can be points of friction and pain for such people.
Renting a stairlift can be done in a number of locations due to expansion we can cover even more new locations is a great way to make a home much more convenient and easier to navigate for someone in this position. When combined with a range of other modifications and aids, such as grip rails and commodes, a home can be made much more comfortable and quality of life can increase.
UK Mobility Stairlifts London
24 Holborn Viaduct
London EC1A 2BN
020 3984 7692
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