New bathlift business launches

This summer saw bathlift suppliers Care-Knight Ltd go into liquidation. Now a new company, Easy-Bath has been formed with the support from businessman Jason Storey with Bicky Thandi and involves a number of people who have worked in the bathlift sales sector previously.

Nigel Crook, Sales & Marketing Manager for the new company, told us: Easy-Bath was launched following a number of calls from people requiring repairs to their existing bathlifts. Contacting and recruiting ex colleagues from around the country, Easy-Bath soon grew into a viable start up business.”

Nigel added: "A large quantity of liquidated stock was purchased at the receiver’s auction providing spare parts for Easy-Bath to be able to help Bath Knight owners requiring service support. At present the company offers to repair any belt style bath lift at a fixed price and offers warranty packages. We also have a number of Bath Knight lifts that are available for sale at a realistic price.”

The company also have a new bathlift of its own too, manufactured in the UK and will be offering a full 2-year warranty with every new product it installs. 

Nigel says that the company will be selling direct, but selling ethically. "We are determined to build a successful ethical business without resorting to the immoral direct sales tactics that we have seen in the marketplace from time to time and which has had such a negative effect on the customers’ view of the industry.”

Nigel also says that the intention is to build a retail network too. "We intend to supply the Easy-Bath product through mobility shops, where trained advisors can give potential clients the opportunity to ensure the product works for them and fits adequately in their existing bathroom.”

You can see more about the product and the new company HERE