Norfolk Stairlifts

Unit 10, Ironside Way, Hingham
Norwich
Norfolk
NR9 4LF

52.5802, 0.9968

Mobility Products

Listed under:  Mobility / Disability Products - Sales, Stairlifts - Service & Maintenance, Stairlifts - Supply & Installation, Wheelchair Lifts - Supply & Installation

99% recommended: 9.7/10

507 reviews since 2010


British Healthcare Trades Association


British Healthcare Trades Association

The British Healthcare Trades Association has been around for quite a while. It is one of the oldest and most established trade associations you'll come across.

As well as having a lot of history, it also has an important role to play in the future. It is important for the companies producing equipment, for the professionals who work with that equipment and customers who use it to make their lives easier.

The BHTA has over 400 companies members and they range from a small, local showroom selling items such as scooters, wheelchairs, bathlifts and stairlifts, to the largest manufacturers and suppliers in the UK producing and distributing a vast range of products to help from the most sophisticated orthotic device and pressure care systems to the largest installations such as through floor lifts.

One of our most important roles is to maintain the highest standards. There are some less than ethical companies out there but every company you'll find on this website is a member of the BHTA because it wants to do the job properly. You won't find the rogue traders here. They just wouldn't meet our standards.

Every BHTA member company has signed up to a special Code of Practice. It's not just a piece of paper. It has been granted full Office of Fair Trading approval under the Consumer Codes Approval Scheme (CCAS).

It's just one of the ways that you know you'll be in safe hands if you contact a BHTA member company.



Independent Dispute Resolution


Independent Dispute Resolution

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The service is free to consumers. It is also free to businesses unless CEDR finds in favour of the consumer.



Trading Standards - Norfolk Trusted Trader


Trading Standards - Norfolk Trusted Trader

Norfolk County Council Trading Standards has established Norfolk Trusted Trader to address rogue doorstep trading, and the fear of it, by helping consumers to identify legitimate traders - thereby improving community safety and supporting older and/or vulnerable people to lead independent and safe lives.

The services delivered by member businesses are assessed by their own customers, through a survey system operated by Referenceline, helping other consumers make a more informed, and more confident, choice.

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