Day: August 19, 2020

Minivator 2000Minivator 2000

The Minivator 2000 Series is designed for complicated staircases. This is the ideal lift for you if your staircase is curved or goes around corners. The Minivator 2000 fits tightly to the wall, providing an easy ride upstairs, whilst leaving the staircase free for others to use.

As a new stairlift the Minivator 2000 has a huge range of standard and optional features, so whatever your staircase or your personal requirements, we can customise the stairlift to suit your needs.

Minivator 2000 Key Benefits

  • Handles bends & intermediate landings easily
  • Swivel seat places you safely onto landing
  • Folds neatly away to maximize free space
  • Powered swivel seat for landing access
  • Remote control lets you easily control the lift
  • Easy to use toggle switch to control your lift
  • Special armrest to help you get out of the seat

Minivator 2000 Safety Features

  • Rapid response footrest sensors – stop lift if you encounter an obstruction
  • Seat belt – ensures safe travel on the stairlift
  • Lockable stairlift – prevents unauthorised or unsupervised use
  • Battery back up – works even if there is a power failure

What Makes the Minivator 2000 Stairlift Special?

The track on the Minivator 2000 can be extended, finishing away from the stairs and allowing you to dismount directly onto the landing. This Minivator 2000 stairlift fits closely to the wall and can travel round 90 degree and 180 degree bends. It can even accommodate spiral staircases The track systems can run up either side of your staircase and provides the tightest internal bend available on the market today.

Acorn Perch Stand Stairlift ReviewAcorn Perch Stand Stairlift Review

The Acorn Perch Stand Stairlift has been designed specifically for people who have problems bending their knees, this can often occur with arthritis, the ‘perch’ stair lift offers a comfortable way to travel up and down their stairs.

The added bonus of the Acorn Perch Stand Stairlift is they are extremely slim in design and can are wonderful for extremely narrow stairs.

Here are some of the features of the Acorn Perch Stand Stairlift

  • Remote control/wanderlead controlSupport up to 294 pounds
  • Battery powered15.2 foot rack
  • Foot rest folds
  • Added handle bar
  • Pad to lean against

One of the best features of the Acorn Perch Stand Stairlift is that it’s battery powered. The battery constantly recharges so it never runs out so you will never be stranded at the top or the bottom of the stairs, even if there was a power cut the stairlift would have enough charge to ensure you could still use the stairlift until the electricity returned to normal.

Additionally, the foot rest can be folded in to free space up on the staircase so room is left for other stair users. This helps to keep the stairs uncluttered, by simply folding the foot rest up whilst not in use.

The additional handle bar on the Acorn Perch Stand Stairlift is an additional safety feature by adding handle bars to grip onto to make it a much safer ride to ensure the user has extra support.

To make the ride as comfortable as possible the Acorn Perch Stand Stairlift has added a soft pad to lean against whilst travelling up the stairs.One last note, the Acorn Perch Stand Stairlift has been designed with the safety and comfort of the user in mind and the Perch Stand Stairlift will accommodate most staircases!

Stairlift InformationStairlift Information

You probably will never have bought a stairlift before and will have many unanswered questions. Well this section on stairlift FAQ’s is designed to help make buying a stairlift less confusing.

At Caremore Stairlifts we have years of experience of the stairlift market and we will only recommend the best quality stairlifts on the market.

Are my stairs suitable for a stairlift?

You don’t need to have a straight, wide and strong staircase to have a stairlift. In fact, stairlifts can be installed in very narrow and winding. Many stairlift models have been designed with a compact carriage and rail along with folding arms, seat and footrest to make them especially suitable for narrower staircases. Others are also well suited to negotiating bends, intermediate landings and corridors with ease.

Where does the stairlift fit?

To avoid damaging your house decorations the stairlift is fitted directly to the tread of the stairs instead of the wall.

How much does a stairlift cost?

Stairlifts vary in cost, due to the shape and size of the staircase. Reconditioned models start from £1300, but the best way to find out a costing isto contact us for a free quotation.

How long will the stairlift installation take?

A stairlift can normally be installed within a few hours, and our dedicated engineers will clear up before they leave to minimise the disruption to your home. They will also test your stairlift thoroughly and make sure you know exactly how to operate it.

What happens if I want to resell my stairlift?

Give us a call and we’ll offer a buy back price for your stairlift. As we supply reconditioned stairlifts, we are always interested in buying lifts back. Your stairlift may need to be inspected by one of our engineer to enable us to make afair offer on your lift.

Where can I get advice on which stairlift to buy?

You can contact us for independent advice on top stairlift brands (we don’t manufacture and aim to give you the widest choice of stairlifts available), or you can contact your local mobility centre or local occupational therapist.

Do I need a stairlift?

Do you plan your daily activities ahead to avoid going upstairs and coming downstairs too many times? Do the stairs in the home which once seemed so easy to negotiate suddenly seem very daunting? Moving house or living downstairs is no way to live your life, but there is an answer – a stairlift. Today’s stairlifts are very easy to use, attractively designed, safe and most importantly surprisingly affordable.

Are there cheaper alternative to a new stairlift?

You can rent a stairlift for as little as £10 a week or buy a second-hand or reconditioned stairlift from £1300. Both options are only available for straight stairlifts.