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New Smart Meters could disrupt your Stairlift

Stannah stairlifts have voiced major concerns over the new smart energy meters which are being installed in thousands of peoples homes across the UK.

It is estimated that almost 8 million households have already switched over to smart meters and this figure is only set to increase ten-fold over the next few years, but will […]

By |November 22nd, 2017|Stairlift News|0 Comments|

Broken Stairlift disrupts Shepway Couples Daily Life

Both Nancy Jagdev and Christian Rolfe have cases of multiple sclerosis and added Mobility Problems. When moving to their new home in Shepway with two Teenage Children, they choose this house specifically for its Wet Room and Stairlift Facilities, despite both living in ground floor apartments before. Mr Rolfe sent out an application for […]

By |November 6th, 2017|Stairlift News|0 Comments|

Company in Keighley donate Stairlift to War Veteran

 

Gary Westmoreland is a 58-year-old man who served 12 years in the army, originally serving in the Catering Corps and moving onto the Royal Army Ordnance Corps during the Falkland War.

 

Earlier this year, Mr Westmoreland suffered a stroke which left him with a terminal heart condition and unable to leave his home at any […]

By |October 20th, 2017|Stairlift News|0 Comments|

Why Choose Companion Stairlifts!

Companion Stairlifts is one of the biggest UK Companies that supplies stairlifts across the nation, offering handmade and personalised lifts to suit your every need. These stairlifts are bought from individual customers and from larger business organisations, receiving a welcoming service and low-priced deals.

 

The following includes just some of the Stairlift Solutions that customers […]

By |August 3rd, 2017|Stairlift News|0 Comments|
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    Mary Callahan receives her cut from James ‘Whitney’ Bulger’s auction, for a Stairlift

Mary Callahan receives her cut from James ‘Whitney’ Bulger’s auction, for a Stairlift

Boston Mobster James ‘Whitney’ Bulger has killed plenty of innocent people during his reign of violence, but was finally caught with his partner Catherine Greig in Santa Monica, Calif., back in the year 2011. Bulger was convicted of 11 murders in total and Grieg is serving a decade sentence in prison.

 

Mary Callahan is the […]

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    Cancer Sufferer Leslie Bennett ‘Overwhelmed’ by Community Support

Cancer Sufferer Leslie Bennett ‘Overwhelmed’ by Community Support

Leslie Bennett is a cancer sufferer who has to endure regular chemotherapy and has had his lower right leg amputated due to his Cancer Diagnosis. Despite his requests with Charter Housing to receive adaptations to his home to help him move around more freely and comfortably – they had not even begun to accommodate […]

Broken Lift causing havoc for OAPs in Hemel Hempstead

Phyllis Courtnage House in Highfield, Hemel Hempstead houses pensioner residents in its sheltered accommodation. Since May 8th, the property’s Lift has been out of action which is causing a lot of discomfort and unnecessary distress amongst its inhabitants. The Lift was put ‘out of commission’ due to repeated breakdowns taking place, but was supposed […]

Poole Council to stop Stairlift Maintenance

Disabled Residents of Poole have been met with another blow as the Council has informed them, that they will be stopping the Maintenance repairs and costs their Stairlifts. The Borough of Poole have claimed that this recent action is due to ‘Financial Pressures’ on the Council and it will go into effect from the […]

Stairlift installation for a St. Cecilia School Student

Max Vertin is heading to middle school next year in St.Cecilia, he is a fifth grade student and has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy which is a disability that effects his muscle function. Due to this, has trouble going up and down stairs, so he would benefit greatly if a Stairlift was installed at his new […]

Disabled mum Banned from purchasing Council Home

Mrs Snook has lived in her home with her family for 37 years in Halesowen, so when the opportunity arrived to purchase their home from the Council (as her son wanted to keep the property in the family) the Snook were eager to complete that transaction.

 

However, due to modifications that the children of Mrs […]