Thursday, October 15, 2009

Dolphin achieve Constructionline and CHAS accreditation

Dolphin Mobility are pleased to announce the renewal of their Constructionline and CHAS accreditation.

Monday, October 12, 2009

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Freelift Stairlift Environment Movie ISO 14001

Freelift is the first stairlift company in the field to be awarded the ISO 14001:2004 environmental management certificate. Across the Freelift system, there is a recognition that climate change may have long-term implications for their business and supply chain. Their business system has a role to play in ensuring they use the best possible mix of energy sources whilst improving the energy efficiency of the manufacturing processes. Working with Freelift means you can rely on goods and services which are manufactured with the deepest environmental responsibility to the highest quality standards.

•Freelift also holds the ISO 9001:2000 quality management certificate. All of their products are tested and approved by worldwide independent inspection services. This gives users the assurance that all products meet the highest standards in terms of quality, safety, comfort and design and are manufactured with corporate, social, and environmental responsibility.

•Freelift consider ISO quality more than just a word or goal. It is a world recognized symbol of excellence that guarantees quality products whilst respecting environmental implications. At Freelift, it is just another step toward achieving total customer satisfaction.

Freelift products can be purchased from Dolphin Stairlifts.

Friday, October 09, 2009

#Stairlift Prices

If you need a stairlift and are struggling to get a straight answer from firms as to how much it will actually cost, then you should probably check out Dolphin's stairlift prices calculator.

Thursday, October 08, 2009

Who will mend the Vale Stairlifts?

This article is taken from the Vale Mail.

The Council no longer repairs stairlifts that it has installed, Vale’s 2005 Group heard at its meeting tonight.

CVCHA Chief Executive Peter Richmond said that his organisation has got to decide whether or not to take on the responsibility that the City Council used to have for maintaining stairlifts. “We have some difficult decisions,” he told the meeting. “The ageing population of Castle Vale is likely to need more stairlifts in the future. If we take on responsibilities that the council can no longer afford, we may have to transfer money from other sources. This is where the recession really starts to bite.”

He said that they would not want a situation to arise where a broken stairlift might mean that an elderly person has to live on the groundfloor and use a commode because they are unable to get to the toilet upstairs.

Monday, October 05, 2009

#Stairlift Parts

Do you have an old stairlift which requires servicing? Have you been told that your stairlift is obsolete? Why not ask Dolphin if they can help? Dolphin have a huge stockpile of second hand stairlifts and stairlift parts which could save you hundreds of pounds. Call 0800 9800 126 for more details.