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Buying a stairlift isn't the top of everyone's priority, but for those who need one a stairlift can be something they can't live without. Among the many reasons someone could need a stairlift the most common is due to being affected by ailments most commonly found in the elderly. These ailments include general aches and pains, but more well-known are those such as arthritis, which can cause crippling pain in many people, resulting in them needing to lie down constantly and never bend their legs. A stairlift will take away this pain and help people cope with their conditions better.

Sometimes people are born with disabilities which result in them not being able to walk. These disabilities can be hard to witness, but for those with them life is no different than they've ever known it. Children and adults alike with disabilities affecting their mobility can benefit from a stairlift, and now many manufacturers have created specialised stairlifts for each. A child's stairlift is designed to be smaller to help them stay in it, and is equipped with more safety features as children aren't always as careful as adults are, and the designs in these stairlifts are slightly more appealing to children, as they won't want designs made for adults.

Buying a stairlift is always going to be expensive, but people can find a way to make it work with many benefits being available from the government for those who find themselves suddenly needing to alter their home and fit assistive technology. To help even further, Oakland Stairlifts offer a rental stairlift service on all of their products, meaning people can rent curved or straight stairlifts from them which saves them spending a lot of money on a stairlift. These rental stairlifts also come with a lifetime warranty, meaning anything that goes wrong with them can be fixed fast and for free.

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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