UK Mobility Stairlifts London For Curved And Straight Staircases.

A London-based stairlift company called UK Mobility Stairlifts London launches their new website to help people with mobility challenges regain their independence and quality of life.

London, United Kingdom - April 6, 2020 /PressCable/ —

London-based company UK Mobility Stairlifts London launches a range of affordable stairlifts to help people in the city and beyond stay mobile and gain back their independence. For either purchase or rental, the stairlifts come in various configurations to cater to different needs.

Additional details can be found on their website at:

Compatible with both indoor and outdoor staircases, the newly launched mobility solutions are available in straight and curved variations. The company recognizes that millions of Londoners continue to experience mobility challenges as they age, and so they have made it a mission to provide technologies that allow the elderly to ride up the stairs in safe and comfortable lift chairs.

The units for straight staircases come in different models, but they all feature the durability, strength, and convenience that the company and their products are known for. The various options allow clients to pick a solution that suits their budget. The curved stairlifts, on the other hand, feature a modular design so that they can be configured to fit all the twists and turns that staircases may have.

The company partners only with top brands in the industry, so clients may rest assured that they will be getting no less than high quality mobility solutions. Their stairlifts are equipped with safety features, remote control, and swivel seats. Highly adaptable, the units can be installed in a wide variety of settings, whether they have single or multiple flights of stairs.

To cater to a broader market range and provide clients with more options, UK Mobility Stairlifts can help source both brand new and fully reconditioned stairlifts. As an alternative to buying the units, the company also offers stairlift rentals complete with a list of additional benefits, including servicing and maintenance for the entire rental duration. Next day installation is possible with certain stairlift models.

Aside from stairlifts with seats, the company also sources perch and wheelchair lifts. It has recently partnered with a new marketing agency to be able to reach more clients and offer their mobility solutions to more people in London and beyond.

Individuals interested in UK Mobility Stairlifts London’ products and services may visit the above website for more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Sam Gilbert
Email: Send Email
Organization: UK Mobility Stairlifts London
Address: 24 Holborn Viaduct Holborn, London, England EC1A 2BN, United Kingdom

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952129

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