Welcome back to the McCarthy Mobility Furniture blog where we bring you the latest updates from our family run business and our insights into the world of mobility furniture, rise and recline chairs and adjustable beds. In today’s blog post we explore the importance of choosing a rise and recline chair that fits correctly in our beginner’s guide to rise and recline chairs.
We offer our expert advice on how to choose your rise and recline chair. For more information and to receive a quotation on any of our mobility furniture, rise and recline chairs or adjustable beds, contact our family run business via 01992 472199.
Choosing the size of your rise and recline chair is one of the most important, if not the most important, aspects to consider. A well fitted chair will offer you supreme comfort and support. When choosing a chair it is important to take a few keys measurements to ensure that your chair has the appropriate space yet is not too big. When advising our customers for a rise and recline chair we take measurements and ask for lengths across the following 3 areas:
- Length of legs – From hips to toes
- Width – the size across the chair
- Chair back height – from the top of the skull to the base of the back
By understanding these sizes we are able to recommend a chair that will provide the full benefits of support and comfort to relieve pressure across vulnerable joints and areas. At McCarthy Mobility Furniture we are proud to offer a range of rise and recline chairs to suit your needs as well as a custom, made to measure option. Our standard range of chairs are available in petite, standard and grand.
Duel or single motor?
When choosing your rise and recline it is important to decide on what type of motor configuration to choose. A single motor chair has one motor that controls both the footrest and the back of the chair. As your feet rise your back will start to recline the chair to a comfortable position. A single motor will then raise you to an almost standing position for you to be able to easily exit the chair. Dual motor rise and recline chairs differ in the sense that there are two separate motors that control both the footrest and the back of the chair. This means that you can move bothe the back and footrest independently to one another.
Style and Design
The style and design of your rise and recline chair is an important aspect to consider. At McCarthy Mobility Furniture we understand the importance of creating a rise and recline chair that is not only comfortable but stylish. Whether it is a single chair, a complete suite of chairs, our range of chairs certainly offers you the choice needed. Whatsmore, many of our chairs are available in a beautiful array of finishes and fabrics allowing you to match the piece to your existing decor and home. You are really are spoilt for choice.
Fabric Options and Finishes
Choosing which material you want really does affect the final appearance of your chair. You’ve got all your technological parts in place but what about the final look? Leather is easily maintainable whereas fabric can be a tough maintenance job, however, fabric offers a lot more colours and patterns than leather. Leather ages well and gets softer over the years whereas fabric can get marked and damaged easier. Fabric tends to be warmer and cosier than leather but ultimately, it is down to personal preference.
Choosing your back
Comfort is one of the most important aspects to consider when choosing a rise and recline chair. At McCarthy Mobility Furniture we are proud to offer a range of different backs to choose from. From our Waterfall back, button back, split back cushion you can find the support and comfort you need from your rise and recline chair. In addition to this many of our chairs have the option of choosing wither upholstered arms or wooden knuckles.
Waterfall backs are available across our Berkeley and Elsdon chairs , button back is available on the Kendal, Split back cushion are features of the Sherborne and Lancaster. Wooden knuckles on Lancaster and Berkeley.
We are proud to offer an exciting range of additional extras to make your rise and recline chair even more comfortable. From heat and massage, very popular with our customers, to arm caps and reading lights our accessories for rise and recline chairs make your chair even more comfortable and fitted to your needs.
For more information about our rise and recline chairs and to receive a quotation via the phone or to book an appointment call our family run team on 01992 472199 or email email@example.com.