It’s no secret that changing a home to ensure that it’s accessible for those with mobility issues can be expensive. If you have to make wholesale changes to your home because of a sudden accident which causes disability, it can be a mammoth task to take on. However, making your home accessible doesn’t always have to put a strain on your wallet. To help you, we’ve created a guide on how to make your property more accessible on a slim budget.
First and foremost, it’s important to clearly define the objectives and needs you have for your property. For example, is getting up the stairs the most challenging thing about your home? Perhaps getting through the door with a wheelchair is a priority? Whatever you need most, ensure that you address this first and have a crystal-clear understanding of what you require to make your home suitably accessible.
Buy a Reconditioned Stairlift
If you’ve discovered that getting up the stairs is the most pressing issue to address to improve your life, you should install a stairlift. However, you don’t always need to buy a brand-new stairlift. In fact, there are numerous high-quality reconditioned stairlift options available for the home which can save you money and give you the accessibility you need.
If you are disabled, elderly or have a health condition, which has reduced your mobility, you can apply for funding help from your local authority. Contacting the local council can give you access to financial help for both minor and major adjustments to the home. Read the Money Advice Service for further insight into whether or not you should apply.
If you’ve been searching for a high-quality reconditioned stairlift in Leamington Spa, look no further than Alfix. We have more than 20 years of experience in the industry and can help you ensure that your home is accessible without breaking the bank.
To find out more about our services, please feel free to contact us. You can find us at Bericote Road, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 6QP. Alternatively, call us on 01926 334 848 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.