If you or a loved one requires a wheelchair, moving between rooms can be challenging – and, negotiating stairs…well, it’s impossible without assistance! But the good news is, we have the perfect solution, here at Level Access Lifts.
We are a leading provider of wheelchair lifts and have an extensive range for you to choose from. Though they were relatively unheard of and considered a luxury investment, they are extremely popular today, and with good reason too.
For people with reduced mobility, investing in a wheelchair lift is a no-brainer. Typically, they grant easy access to areas that would, otherwise, be difficult to reach. Even a single step can make it incredibly difficult for wheelchair users. But having a wheelchair lift makes life that little bit easier.
Here we look at the reasons why wheelchair lifts prove so popular, and why you should consider investing in one for your home or business:
Wheelchair lifts come in various shapes, sizes and styles, and can be installed either inside or outside. This may seem overwhelming at first but – with endless options to choose from – you’re sure to find the right model for you.
Contrary to popular belief, these lifts don’t require anywhere near as much space as wheelchair ramps. In fact, there are wheelchair lifts for stairs which have a straight or curved rail and travel alongside your staircase and, the best thing is, the platform can be folded away neatly when it’s not in use.
Installing a wheelchair lift reduces the need to move to a more accessible property (something which you probably wouldn’t want to do if you’ve lived in the same place for many years or was planning on handing it down to your children in later years).
Given the benefits they bring, platform lifts, like these, are a worthwhile investment. For starters, they allow you to move freely between floors and save you the hassle – and expense – of completely renovating your property. All our wheelchair lifts are priced competitively and we provide a tailored quotation for all projects, ensuring maximum value for money.
Arguably, one of the biggest benefits of wheelchair lifts is that they don’t take too long to install. So, no need to worry about your home being out of bounds for long periods or cumbersome building materials making it look a mess. At Level Access Lifts, we take care of the installation – making sure it’s done both quickly and correctly, so it lasts for years to come.
We understand that wheelchair lifts can be a little more expensive than other lifts; but, if you would prefer to spread the cost, we can help. We provide a range of financing options, allowing you to pay for the lift in manageable monthly payments.
Wheelchair users can experience difficulty every day – especially when it comes to overcoming challenges, such as limited access. However, a wheelchair lift gives users the autonomy needed to reach varying heights safely and also allows them to do things for themselves, independently.
Instead of being guided by family and carers on the stairs, wheelchair lifts make it easier for you to reach rooms upstairs and downstairs. What’s more, you won’t need to transfer from the comfort and safety of your chair – which means your dignity will remain intact and there’s less chance of you falling and injuring yourself.
Although these lifts are practical, they are also renowned for their understated beauty. Our wheelchair lifts are manufactured from the best quality materials and can blend perfectly with their surroundings – guaranteed to match (if not enhance) your existing interior décor.
Here at Level Access Lifts, we offer a comprehensive 12-month warranty on all our wheelchair lifts, including servicing. Our engineers are based regionally so, if you have a problem with your lift, you can relax knowing that we are only a stone’s throw away and can come out to help. Want to know more? No problem – our experts will be more than happy to chat with you about the different wheelchair lifts we have available and assist you in choosing the best one for your needs. Simply fill in the online enquiry form, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 023 8081 4924.