Mobility Equipment from Easy Mobility

For over a decade Easy Mobility have been supplying and servicing mobility equipment. We would like to say thank you to our existing customers who support us with repeat business, and recommend us to their friends and family.

We have now grown to become one of the largest suppliers of mobility products in the UK. At Easy Mobility, the team has a sensible mantra – “care for the customer”.

This level of service is echoed at all three of Easy Mobility’s shops in Braintree, Chelmsford and Clacton.

We provide trustworthy advice to make sure the product chosen is perfect for individual needs, and a full labour and parts warranty is available with every product we sell. A range of products are stocked, from a simple pair of slippers and grab rails to stair lifts, curved or straight, wheelchairs and Electric Beds also we specialise in Power Chairs. All of which make life easier.

For those who cannot visit one of our showrooms, we offer a home service which many of our regular customers rely on. Easy Mobility offers a 24 hour seven-days-a-week callout service for high-dependency products, with no callout charge within 20 miles of the showroom.

With high levels of satisfaction, reassurance and trust, as well as being a member of the ‘Buy with Confidence’ scheme and trading standards approved, the team at Easy Mobility likes to think it is not just a retailer for mobility products, but more of a complete service for our customers.

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We were very pleased with our purchase of a riser recliner and would certainly recommend the company to our friends.
Mr & Mrs Dennis, Billericay
It’s nice to buy from a company that knows their products and cares for their customers.
Mrs A Pemberton, Stock
I’d like to thank you for your amazing standard of service. After meeting you on Tuesday morning and being impressed and reassured by the advice you gave me, I ordered a stairlift for my husband who was then in hospital.
Christine Salter