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A stair lift is usually a movable mechanical device for safely lifting a disabled person, usually those with mobility problems, up and down the stairs. The stairlift has two steps: the stepping section and the platform. The platform, also known as the handrail, is placed along the bottom of the staircase. Usually, a rail on the staircase is placed for slightly higher staircases. A chair or other lifting device is then attached to the upper rail. Visit Stairlifts London Company UK.

Many people who use stairlifts find it convenient and helpful to be able to get up and down the stairs when they can’t climb them. A person’s physical abilities, both muscular and intellectual, are taken into account when designing the stairlift. This means that stair lifts designed for straight stairs are not always as convenient as those which can go up and down curved staircases. Straight stair lifts are often more expensive than stairlifts that can go both up and down stairs without the use of a wheelchair.

There are several different types of stair lifts, which can be used for getting up and down the stairs. The most commonly seen type is the straight rail stairlift. This stairlift is made up of a long, narrow metal rail attached at the bottom of the staircase which leads up to a lift rod, which lifts the chairlift up and back down. The stairlift will operate either via a button attached to a remote control unit, which makes the lift to climb the stairs or by another mechanism which pushes the chairlift up when it reaches the top or bottom of the staircase. Both of these methods have the benefit of allowing the stairlift user to move smoothly up and down the stairs without having to deal with the restrictions placed on their feet and legs by straight stairs.

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