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Retired Chartered Engineer Praises British Made Precision Engineered Stairlift

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A retired chartered engineer has praised Acorn Stairlifts for his British made precision engineered stairlift.

Mr Jim Cornforth, 75, was recommended Acorn Stairlifts by a neighbour to ease his pain from arthritis and varicose veins.

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Mr Cornforth From Halesowen An Ex Engineer Enjoying His Stairlift

"I liked the look of Acorn immediately. From an engineers perspective I could see the stairlift was very well constructed and was impressed it was made in Britain" explained Mr Cornforth from Halesowen in the West Midlands.

"The precision of the track was another selling point my staircase has a landing mid-way but the stairlift continues climbing to the top of the stairs - something I know other brands cannot achieve. It has been a neat and unobtrusive addition to my home."

Having a stairlift was not an absolute necessity but it is one of the better purchases I have made, I am very glad to have it installed to get upstairs."

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