Your home is the one place where you should feel safe, so if you’re living with mobility problems you must ensure that you safeguarded your property. Luckily, there are lots of simple ways to improve the safety levels of your home and minimise the risk of accidents.

In this blog, we explain some of these solutions and how you can implement them in your home.

Stairlifts

If you’re unsteady on your feet and need extra support moving between the upstairs and downstairs of your home, stairlifts can help. The stairs are one of the most dangerous areas of the home and if you struggle with balance or joint pain your chances of having an accident while using them increases. Stairlifts are easy to operate with a comfortable chair and secure strap that will keep you fastened until you reach your stop.

Safety flooring

Your current flooring may be a tripping or slipping hazard if it doesn’t provide enough grip. Safety flooring is designed using non-slip materials which minimise the risk of injuries. If you have previously had an accident caused by your flooring it’s a good idea to upgrade it to something safer especially if you live independently.

Bathroom aids

Being able to use the bathroom without assistance is very important to many people with mobility-related conditions. The bathroom can be adapted in many different ways to make it suitable for your needs such as converting the space into a wet room, installing grab bars, adding a walk-in bath and much more. Your bathroom is one of the most used areas of the home so making sure it has everything you need is a must.

At Alfix, we’ve worked with hundreds of clients, making their homes safe and providing peace of mind for their families. Our range of high-quality stairlifts is designed to fit seamlessly into your home and improve your day to day lives. If you’re unsure about the type of stairlift you need. Our professional team is on hand to help, advising you on the best products available. Get in touch today for more information.