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Your stairs can sometimes be hurdle that you have to deal with every day and it only becomes more challenging and risky as you advance in years. In the US alone, 2.8 million seniors are treated in emergency departments for fall injuries in a year. As a company that is in the business of helping people, Acorn Stairlifts provides the best solution for you to regain freedom to move in your home.

Acorn is committed to helping you stay in your home even as you age or encounter mobility challenges. An Acorn stairlift is engineered to give you a safe, comfortable, and simple way to get up and down your stairs. It has passed if not exceeded stringent global safety standards with modern innovative features. Just some of the notable ones are the revolutionary FastTrack system, Smart-Level technology, 3D-Scan and measuring capability to ensure proper fit for all custom staircases. Acorn has invested in its manufacturing facilities to ensure every stairlift is of the highest quality and provides long-term dependability. Every component and part in use went through a rigorous inspection process.

You can trust on our speed and reliability when it comes to installation. Acorn Stairlifts are elegantly designed to be installed directly on the steps without requiring structural alterations to your home. Our unique rail system fits any type of staircase, regardless of turns, curves or landings. We also have designed a stairlift for outdoor use that can withstand weather conditions and other elements that usually causes damage to exposed equipment.

We take care of you every step of the way. Acorn makes sure that your stairlift is kept in top working condition. Our dedicated Customer Service Team is available to assist you 7 days a week and your technical help will be exclusively from one of our Certified Technicians ensuring you of year of comfortable trouble-free use.

 

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