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History of Stair Lifts

February 26th, 2016 (No Comments)

These days, we’ve become used to, reliable, safe, well-constructed, state-of-the-art stair lifts that come with sophisticated electronics and hand-held remote controls. We take for granted that a stair lift can usually be installed even when the stair case is an awkward or unusual shape. We don’t blink an eye when stair lifts are installed outside […]

Disabled Facilities Grant

February 20th, 2016 (No Comments)

We recently took a look at the cost of stair lifts and explained how Newbury Mobility is able to offer basic, straight, used stair lifts from as little as £895.00. But what happens to all those folks for whom even £895.00 is just too much to raise? (And if that’s you, never fear – you’re […]

Stair Lift Malfunctions

February 13th, 2016 (No Comments)

What happens when something as big as your stairlift appears to have developed a life of its own? It’s not exactly common, but there have been instances where stairlifts will begin to operate entirely of their own volition without any buttons having been pressed.

Stair Lift Cost

February 8th, 2016 (No Comments)

It seems that not a day passes without one of us at Newbury Mobility being asked the question, “So what’s the cheapest used stair lift you can supply?” It’s a perfectly reasonable thing to ask – after all, we all like to get value for money do we not? But then, like most things in […]