At Abbey Home Elevator your safety is our most important priority. With this in mind our highly skilled technicians install every stairlift to exceed all safety standards. Standard safety features include:
Abbey Home Elevator stairlifts have sensors that are built into different portions of the chair. These sensors will notice if someone or something is in front of it and will bring the chair to a smooth stop.
Abbey Home Elevator stairlifts are built with both electronic and mechanical brakes. Both of these work together to make sure that the chair is able to be stopped by the user should anything happen.
Control Lift Options
It is easy to control the stair lift if there is more than one way to do it. Every lift has a mechanical joystick that is built onto the arm of the chair. However, all of our stairlifts come with an infrared remote control. This control is best to have when you have more than one person in the home that will be using the lift. It allows the user to call the lift to them when it is on the opposite side of the staircase. These controls are wireless or they are able to be mounted to a wall.
Your stairlift will also come with a seat belt as the standard for additional peace of mind. On the Simplicity+, 1000 and 2000 our easy release retractable seat belt gives the added flexibility of allowing you to fasten it to one side or centrally, whichever is easier for you or other users. The Simplicity comes with a clip belt as the standard.
It would be hard to get on and off the chair if it stays stationary while at the top of the stairs. That is why Abbey Home Elevator are built to for manual as well as power swivel in all directions and then lock itself into place. This makes it easy to mount and dismount safely and with ease.
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