The Van Gogh Stairlift System has been specially designed for the contours of your staircase. If you have a complex staircase, then this stairlift would definitely be one to consider. The Van Gough has been designed to be compact and easy to fold away so that you still have full use of the stairs.
The lift comes in 3 stylish colours, cream, grey and brown, to blend in with the look of your home. The single rail design is 8cm in diameter, allowing maximum space on the staircase for other users. This is a stylish mobility aid that allows freedom around the home. This lift comes with easy-to-use joystick controls, which can be positioned on either the right or left arm. You may have “curious” little ones attempting to use the stairlift; the lift has a key operation to prevent this, allowing a piece of mind.
Both the armrests and the footrests fold away easily to leave room for other stair users. The Van Gough also comes with a manual seat swivel which allows the user to get on and off more quickly – it even has a powered option available.
What is a stairlift?
A stairlift is an electronic device that aids the transportation of a person with mobility limitations up and down the stairs in a home. Typically, a stairlift functions on a railing system which allows for a smooth and seamless trip from one floor to the other. Stairlifts are built to move at a slow pace along the staircase to ensure complete comfort and safety during use. Through the evolution of stairlifts, they are now fitted on the stair treads rather than on the wall. On top of this, stairlifts can be fitted on curved staircases; although this can be a little more complicated to install.
The different types of stairlifts
Stairlifts are constantly evolving in order to suit as many specific cases as possible. It can be quite overwhelming when you start to look into the different types of Stairlifts that are on the market overall; we offer two types of stairlifts at the moment.
We can provide a free, no-obligation assessment for straight, curve stairlifts, platforms or through-floor lifts in your home or even outside if you have accessibility issues leading to your property.