18/12/2020 Facts About Through Floor Lifts

​Through floor lifts are a great solution for situations where a person needs to stay in there wheelchair and cannot gain access to upstairs through a stairlift. Carry on reading to find out some facts that you may not know about through floor lifts…

Things you may not know about through floor lifts…

They are highly customisable

Here at Ascendit, all our through floor lifts are customisable! You are able to choose the type of glass you want on the front of your through floor lift to suit the current surroundings. You can also choose the colour of the outside of the lift - which makes a huge difference to the way the through floor lift will look in your home.

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24/11/2020 How To Maintain Your Stairlift

​Stairlifts are a mechanical piece of equipment, therefore, they need regular checks and maintenance carried out. However, this doesn’t seem as bad as you may think! Here at Ascendit, we can do most of the work for you, and you don’t even need to think about the maintenance of your stairlift. We provide a maintenance contract on all our lifts for the first year, which includes; an annual service, replacement parts for mechanical failure, call-out charges and labour costs, 365 days a year, and with 24 hour breakdown assistance. However there are some things you can do at home to ensure your stairlift lasts as long as possible.

Keep and eye of the stair rails

Causing strain to the stair rails is a common fear for any stairlift user, therefore to make sure your stairlift never has any unforeseen problems in regards to strain on the rails always leave the rails free from any obstructions. It is also wise to get into a routine of cleaning the rails once a week - but not using a wet cloth near the lift, as this could cause serious damage.

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17/10/2020 A Guide To Getting A Wheelchair Lift For Your Home

​If you have been considering installing a wheelchair lift, then making sure you select the appropriate option for you and your home is essential. Installing a through floor lift is a great solution in situations where a staircase is not suitable for a stairlift, or if the individual is unable to vacate their wheelchair. Here at Ascendit Lifts, we have spent a number of years fine tuning our home lift services to create a well designed and functional product for our clients. Our wheelchair lift take up as little space as possible and are designed so that they can be hidden for a room when required. Our through floor lifts are designed with those in mind who have restricted mobility or use a wheelchair in their daily lives. Installing these lifts into your home could be a life changing adaptation to your environment and therefore, allow you or your family member to move freely around the home. If you are seeking wheelchair lifting platforms in London and the South East, then Ascendit is here to help!

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08/08/2020 The Benefits of Stairlifts

​For a lot of people, old age can cause issues including the movement of their joints etc. This can start to become difficult when moving around the house, especially when going up and down stairs.

Therefore, stair lifts can help. They are not just for getting you up and down your stairs, they help with the confidence and mobility of the person. Take a look at some of the benefits here below.

Prevents accidents
Stairs are one of the biggest dangers in a house, especially for the elderly. Therefore, with a stair lift; safety is ensured. Giving you the protection you need with the added peace of mind that you are always safe.

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10/07/2020 What Is A Through Floor Lift?

​Through Floor Lifts are a great solution for users who cannot easily access the stairs or when someone needs to ideally stay in their wheelchair. Although this access solution may seem like they take up a lot of space in your home environment - they actually don’t! In this post, we will be answering some frequently asked questions and you will find out everything you need to know about Through Floor Lifts!

What exactly is a Through Floor Lift or Wheelchair Lifts?

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