Free Service Offer for Bishopston Matters readers!February 24th, 2013
Stairlifts can mean the difference between staying at home or moving into residential care for people with infirmity or disability. So, if you are looking to buy a stairlift for yourself or a loved one, Magic Mobility Ltd can make the whole process easy, inexpensive and stress-free. They are a caring, friendly, local and fully insured family run business that operates a strictly NO HARD SELL philosophy. They are authorised dealers for leading edge stairlift manufacturers including Acorn, Bison, Brooks, Platinum and Thyssen-Krupp. They supply straight or curved lifts, new or reconditioned, and unlike some larger sales driven organisations they can offer personally tailored after sales support to their customers.
They also repair and service almost any stairlift, even if they didn’t supply it. Their rates are less than half the price you would pay to the ‘Big Names’ plus they offer a 24 hour response time including evenings and weekends. Engineers are fully qualified with over 30 years experience in the service industry, they carry spare parts and are polite, sympathetic and aim to get your lift fixed quickly.
They can supply a brand new Brooks stairlift fitted with one years parts and labour warranty from just £1299.00 – Call now for a no obligation survey and very competitive quotation (You will no doubt be VAT exempt)
Free Service Offer! Special offer to Bishopston Matters readers – If you buy a stairlift from Magic Mobility Ltd, they will carry out an annual service free of charge.
Their product portfolio does not stop at stairlifts either, they supply amazing off road wheelchairs, portable wheelchair lifts and public access lifts – please see their website for more details about them and their products.Acorn, Ashley Down, Bishopston. Bishopston Matters, Bison, Bristol, Brooks, insured, lifts, local, Magic Mobility Ltd, off road wheelchairs, Offer, Platinum, portable wheelchair lifts, public access lifts, Redland, St Andrews. Horfield, stairlifts, Thyssen-Krupp Back to news