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Regain Your Independence with Affordable Stairlifts from Solent Mobility Centre. Experience the convenience and safety of our top-quality stairlifts, available for as low as £1.84 per day. Whether you're looking for a straight or curved stairlift, our wide range of options ensures a perfect fit for your home and mobility needs. Invest in your freedom and comfort today with Solent Mobility Centre's cost-effective stairlift solutions.

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Our Stairlift Hampshire

At Solent Mobility Centre, we understand that every home is unique, and that's why we offer both curved and straight stairlift options. Straight stairlifts are designed for staircases without any bends or landings, providing a simple and efficient solution. On the other hand, curved stairlifts are tailored to accommodate staircases with curves, turns, or multiple levels, ensuring a seamless and safe ascent or descent.

To ensure you receive the perfect stairlift for your specific needs, our expert engineers provide a no-obligation, free-of-charge consultation service. During this visit, they'll assess your staircase, discuss your requirements, and recommend the best quality product and service to suit your individual circumstances, prioritizing your comfort, safety, and independence.

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Solent has partnered with disability insurance specialists, Fish Insurance, who can offer you cover to help protect your mobility equipment. Solent can introduce you to Fish Insurance who can discuss the products they offer and your cover needs.

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