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A wheelchair that has a folding frame is one that is most commonly seen in hospitals. The problem with folding frame chairs is that when it comes to maintenance, these type of chairs require at least a twice a month "check up." The bolts and axles on these chairs can come loose or even detached after strenuous days in a hospital; a non-folding chair avoids this problem. Without the folding function, this chair elevates the precious time that would be needed to tighten otherwise pivotal points.
Typical costs - Typically, lift chairs for rent cost anywhere between 50 to 125 dollars for a week. Depending on the affected person's needs and period of rest indicated by the physician, you can select the rental period accordingly. Certain companies require you to pay an initial deposit, which will subsequently be deducted from the total amount payable. The deposit works as a security or collateral of sorts. Ideally, the particular lift chair rental company you choose needs to provide free pickup as well as delivery of the actual chair. There must be a 24 hour toll-free number provided as a helpline option so in case there is any problem, you can contact the company. The support staff should be friendly and accommodating. The company should be ready to send their technical representatives just in case you should face any issues with the lift recliner or if it happens to break down.
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Removable Parts Similar to traditional wheelchairs which bend and fold for easy storage, many wheelchairs have removable parts. This enables users to more effectively store the product, but it is difficult to keep track of removable parts. Removable parts often remove themselves from your institution for use on private chairs.
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