If you are toying with the idea of having a stair lift installed then, it will probably be useful to know what to expect in terms of the service that you should receive. If you want to be prepared then take a few moments to read about how your local care provider should serve you when the time comes.
The assessment stage is probably the most important because, everything else will likely hinge upon what happens when the assessor comes to check what sort of lift you will need and do some measurements. At this stage you can start to get a feel for what kind of lifts you will be able to choose from, some are designed for straight stairs, some for curved stairs and there are even outdoor stair lifts!
Once you’ve had your assessment, the next stage is for the company you are considering to, provide you with a quote, for example, you may want to go with a straight stair lift from Corby and have it installed by the same company, all of which needs to be accounted for. That is, of course, if you are comfortable with them and what they are offering you. You should get your stair lift and an aftercare service.
Once you have decided upon your chosen service provider, then they should arrange payment terms with you, perhaps you will make a one-off payment, or would find monthly payments useful. Then your product/s can be ordered and a suitable installation date agreed. It should be as easy as that.