Acorn Stairlifts is the world’s leading manufacturer and supplier of stairlifts around the globe. With its headquarters in Orlando Florida, Acorn Stairlifts has established four other international offices in Canada, MONTASCALE PERUGIA UK, Germany, and Australia. Currently the company manufactures over 50,000 stairlifts annually and supplies them to thousands of households around the world.
Acorn is the first stairlift manufacturer to come up with DC powered stairlifts. The DC rechargeable battery technology has many advantages compared to the old AC technology. The stairlift remain operational in the event of power cut. This provides safer operational environment by eliminating the risk of electric shock. It offers quiet ride up and down the stairs with smooth starts and stops. The rest of the stairlift makers have followed and now most of the stairlifts made worldwide are DC powered.
Acorn Stairlifts are state of the art, high quality, equipped with numerous safety features including locking swivel seats, electronic and mechanical brakes and a detailed self-diagnostic system.
Their stairlifts are well known for their high quality functionality and durability.
The most popular Acorn series Acorn Superglide and Acorn 80 identify stairlifts for different purposes.
For a straight staircase, the Acorn Superglide is one of the most popular stairlifts used for residential purposes.
Designed and built entirely with the user’s comfort in mind it is the perfect choice. It has slim line fold-away design, and a good number of features that makes it safe and easy to go up and down the stairs.
For curved staircases, the Acorn 80 is the ultimate choice. Practically, able to deal with any degree of complexity, the Acorn 80 Curved Stairlift can be installed as quickly as a regular stairlift. It features a unique modular rail system.
The stairlift, this unique mechanical device makes it possible for us to stay in the home we love. With the help of a stairlifts people and their loved ones, can once again, get up and down the stairs without difficulty and regain complete use of their hoses.
With the aging of the population, the growing demand for stairlifts is unlikely to slow any time soon.