Comfortable seating at home

Mobility scooters in Glasgow

"My mum and I both bought adjustable beds and a few other items. Staff very friendly and welcoming. Thanks again."

- Jean O’Connor

What are you struggling with?

We understand that a poor night of sleep can have a detrimental impact on your next day.

Discomfort

Can't get comfy (achey)

Poor posture

Shallow sleep

Wrong size

Post operation 

How a mobility chair can help you

We believe that adjustable and profiling beds are the best option for people who want to overcome aches and pains, get out of their beds easily and wake up feeling refreshed.

Enhance comfort

An adjustable bed can move into various positions, allowing you to find your optimum sleeping posture that causes the least amount of discomfort.

Improve circulation

By relaxing at night with your adjustable bed in the zero-gravity position, heads and legs both elevated, more blood flow will reach your heart.

Fit properly

In a more comfortable sleeping position, you'll find nodding off much easier, allowing you to wake up feeling refreshed.

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Types of mobility chair we offer

Rise & Recliners

A Rise and Recline Chair can be a simple and effective solution to overcome various mobility issues, increase independence and protect against falls and accidents in the home. Rise and Recline chairs don’t just provide excellent levels of comfort, they can also help improve your circulation and posture.

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Bariatric

Bariatric chairs are oversized seating designed to support more than 300 pounds of evenly distributed weight. Typically, bariatric seating is constructed to support people who weigh over 25 stone (160 kgs). Mobility Scotland can make a chair up to 70 stone capacity, in any style, any fabric type and where possible with all the extras and accessories you would expect from any of our ready-made chairs. We typically use dual motor actions for these heavy chairs but we have recently introduced a 40 stone capacity dual tilt-in-space action which has separate tilt in addition to separate leg rest and back rest movements.

High Dependency

High dependency seating is designed for people who need to be seated for long periods of time. High dependency seating reduces discomfort, prevents pressure sores and enables comfortable transportation. High dependency seating that is tailored for the individual and their postural and pressure care needs can also increase activity related function and improve their overall well-being. Our specialist high dependency seating range offers a solution for balancing the four key considerations: Comfort, Pressure Relief, Posture Control and Independence

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Ergonomic

VELA ergonomic chairs have been developed to enable the user to maintain or improve the level of activity and independence at home or in the workplace despite the disability.

Our promise

We're committed to helping people live

Why choose us?

Summary of the below benefits

Expert advice

Work with someone who knows what they are doing

Customer service

Customer centric, doing what's right

Premium range

only work with best brands

Try before you buy

No risk

Scottish business

Support local

Free delivery

No extra charges, delivery is part of the service

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Over 250 five star Google reviews

Our company’s reputation has grown out of our commitment and passion to customer service, outstanding value for money and continuous aftercare.

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Visited Mobility Scotland to look at chairs for my 80 year old Aunt. She was treated with respect and given time to consider what she would like. Thank you Billy and team she loves her new chair.

Geraldine O'Connor
Recent Customer
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My Dad took ownership of his new chair today and is very happy with it. Customer service was excellent throughout, from initial meeting to discuss my Dad's needs, to handover. I can't recommend Mobility Scotland, thank you!

Hamish Watson
Recent customer
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Mum was treated like the queen, people fussing over her and making sure everything about the chair that she wanted was perfect, measurements taken, fabric chosen. The price was excellent and the delivery time of 10 to 15 days was great.

Don McDougall
Recent customer
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Mobility Scotland treated my mum with dignity and showed true compassion trying to deal with an upset family. Thank you for everything. I have no hesitation in recommending this company.

Michelle Anne Walton
Recent customer
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Fantastic service from Billy Finnie, very patient and listened to our concerns to make the chair suitable for my fathers needs. Nothing was a problem, chair is fantastic, great service thank you.

Connor MacDougall
Recent customer
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3 steps to buying a comfortable chair

1

Schedule consultation

To get started, schedule a phone consultation with one of our adjustable bed experts so they can better understand your needs.

2

Free advice

We'll provide you with free, no-obligation advice on which type of bed is right for you and arrange a follow-up home survey at a suitable time for you.

3

Try before you buy

We'll do everything we can to make sure that your new adjustable bed is comfortable and easy to use so that you feel at home again.

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Ready to make your life easier?

Just click the button below to schedule your free consultation.

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Frequently asked questions

Which type of mobility chair is right for me?

A stairlift is a mechanical device used to help people get up and down stairs. 

Can you put together the chair for me?

When installed by professional stairlift, yes stairlifts are very safe.

Our stairlift engineers at Mobility Scotland have been trained to the highest standard and rigorously test every installation for safety standards.

Can I try out a mobility chair before buying it?

Yes, we offer stairlifts to fit most staircase types. They can travel round corners, spiral staircase and across landings.

How much weight can your chairs hold?

There's no need to worry about being too heavy for our stairlifts can carry up to 25 stone (159 kilos) depending on which model you go for.

How much do mobility chairs cost?

Since we tailor every staircase to the shape, angle and space available at the top and bottom of the stairs, unfortunately we can't give every customer the same price. 

By scheduling a call by clicking here, one of our friendly team will help advise you on a price.

Can you deliver to my home?

Typically a stairlift takes 1 to 2 hours to install, with more complex installations taking 4 to 5 hours.

What locations do you cover in Scotland?

We have customers all over the central belt of Scotland with most customers coming from: Largs, Greenock, Paisley, Glasgow, Stirling, Falkirk and Edinburgh

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Our mobility chair showroom in Glasgow

Can't get transport? Don't worry we can come to you for a free assessment!