A curved stairlift is a little more complex than its straight counterpart and is usually a bespoke product made and adjusted specifically for your staircase. It is important that the “fit” is as snug as possible in order to leave the maximum amount of room for the able bodied to walk the staircase, whilst at the same time ensuring that there are no clash points, between the user and any part of the staircase. There are a number of factors which might influence the choice and specification of such a stairlift, this is best discussed during a no obligation assessment by one of our trained assessors.
3 Easy steps to owning your new stairlift:
1) Contact EMS Stairlifts to arrange a no obligation home visit by one of our experienced surveyors to discuss and agree your requirements. If you can, visit our Stairlift Centre in Baldock to try your stairlift before you commit to a purchase.
2) Order your stairlift. If he hasn’t already done so, your surveyor will arrange to visit you again promptly to carry out a photographic survey of your staircase.
3) Our Service Administrator will contact you when your stairlift is delivered, (most straight stairlifts are already in stock) and arrange a mutually convenient time to carry out the installation