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Stairlift Warranty

Stairlifts can be necessary for many people around the world. There are a range of different reasons as to why someone may require a stairlift, however the most common, as found by research into the assistive technology industry, are aches and pains associated with joints. The elderly are most at risk from debilitating conditions such as arthritis, and other aches and pains in joints which become more common as people age. These conditions can worsen to the point where a person needs a stairlift to ascend their stairs as they can no longer bend their knees without experiencing severe pain. Some people aren't even able to sit down as they pain is so great, meaning they require a perch stairlift, which allows them to stand while the stairlift ascends the staircase.

Stairlifts can end up costing a lot of money, and there are other costs associated with them which may people don't consider when they first purchase a stairlift. Like all machinery, stairlifts need to be regularly serviced in order to remain in a good working condition, otherwise problems and faults may occur which eventually lead to the stairlift breaking. If a stairlift does break outside of warranty, then they can cost a phenomenal amount of money to have fixed, and often the price of purchasing a new one is cheaper, but most people won't be able to afford another new stairlift.

Oakland Stairlifts provide a twelve month warranty on all of their stairlift products. Meaning if a fault occurs or a stairlift breaks, they will cover the cost of repairing the stairlift. Oakland Stairlifts also offer their very own stairlift aftercare service, which extends beyond the standard warranty. With this service, Oakland Stairlifts will provide on-going care for a customer as long as they have their stairlift, covering anything that goes wrong or breaks, and always ensuring their customers have a working stairlift as soon as possible if theirs breaks.

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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