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Curved Stairlifts

Stairlifts are incredibly useful to those that require them. If someone is unable to safely move around their home then they need something to help them or they could seriously injure themselves. This is why stairlifts were invented and why they continue to be of use to many people today. Safety is hugely important to everyone and it gets harder as you get older or if you have a disability to ensure your own safety. Having a stairlift or another piece of equipment to support your lifestyle is imperative to continue living a safe and happy life.

There are many people that need a stairlift in order to live in their own home. This can be for many different reasons. As you get older you can suffer from joint aches and pains or arthritis, making it difficult to climb the stairs. Accidents leave people unable to walk or with another mobility barrier, and this means they could require a stairlift in order to get up and down the stairs in their own or a family home.

There are lots of different staircases in houses around the world. Many houses are similar but not many are exactly the same. This means that there need to be different kinds of stairlifts to fit all of the staircases in houses around the world. If manufacturers did not make stairlifts for many different staircases then they wouldn't sell many products as they would only have one specific design.

The different kinds of stairlift will fit any staircase. Companies such as Oakland Stairlifts provide these products to people around the country, and can even supply curved stairlifts for those that require them. Every stairlift is made to measure, and an assessor is sent out to a customer's home prior to any stairlift equipment entering their house.

Straight Stair Type

Below are a few common
straight stair types:


Straight 90 Fan Turn

Straight 90 Flat with stap

If one of these resemble your stairs then a straight stairlift is the one for you.

If not, click here to see more typical stair configurations.

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