Brooks Stairlifts began in 1973 after Frederick Brooks designed a stairlift for his wife, Grace, whose rheumatoid arthritis made it hard to use the stairs. The innovative design became Britain’s first stairlift. Brooks has remained at the forefront of stairlift design and development over the last 30 years.
Brooks latest model is the New Lincoln Stairlift for straight stairs and a curved stairlift that can be fitted on most types of stairs with turns and curves. Stand or perch models are available for users who have difficulty bending their knees to sit on a seat, as well as an outdoor stairlift. All Brooks stairlifts are designed with your comfort and safety in mind. They are operated by a joystick that you simply need to gently push in the direction of travel. For your convenience, each stairlift has a remote control system so you can move your lift up and down the stairs as required.
Brooks stairlifts are DC powered, which means they run on batteries that are automatically recharged whenever the stairlift is parked. Brooks use the latest technology to ensure a smooth and quiet ride, with gentle starts and stops, so you will feel safe and secure. Your stairlift will have a swivel seat that designed to be easy to get on and off, and a safey belt.
Brooks are able to install their stairlifts very quickly, in under an hour on straight stairs, slightly longer on curved stairs. Your stairlift will be delivered in days and Brooks will take care of everything as part of their commitment to customer service, so you won’t have to worry about a thing. Before your stairlift arrives, their engineers will do all the electrical work in preparation, and if necessary they can move radiators and banisters to make sure your stairlift fits perfectly. If needed, a powered folding rail can be fitted at the end of the stairs to avoid blocking any doorways that your stairlift runs in front of.