Clients booked in for pedicures will be spending some time sitting down while their treatment takes place; it is, therefore, essential that they are comfortable. Pedicure chairs and stations are a significant investment for any salon business. Here at Salons Direct, we can help ensure you purchase the right pedicure station to best suit your budget and requirements.
Types of pedicure station
Whether you are thinking of replacing or upgrading your existing pedicure chairs and stations, or you are kitting out a whole new beauty salon, this handy guide will help you make an informed decision.
Various pedicure stations, stools and chairs are available, including non-plumbed pedicure stations, electric pedicure stations, and mobile pedicure stations.
- Lotus Merton Pedicure Spa Chair Grey
- REM Dream Pedispa Chair
- Lotus Canberra Pedicure Chair
- Lotus Mobile Pedicure Unit
- Pedicure Footstool
- Lotus Gas Lift Pedicure Seat
1. Non plumbed in pedicure stations
Plumbing work can be costly, especially when new drainage systems need creating to flow excess water away. Non plumbed pedicure stations are an excellent choice to cut out the cost of plumbing your stations. Whatsmore, these stations can be moved and situated anywhere. They do, however, come with the requirement of needing to be emptied and replenished, which requires more effort.
Add a touch of sophistication to your salon with the Lotus Merton Pedicure Spa Chair Grey. This is an electric, non-plumbed pedicure chair and comes with a separate footstool for the therapist and has a slide-out compartment for the pedicure bowl* to be stored safely away.
*Pedicure bowl not included.
2. Plumbed in pedicure stations
You may already have the correct drainage points installed in your salon. This is excellent news because you will be able to purchase a plumbed in pedicure station. Plumbed pedicure stations are non-moveable so once they’re installed they really are staying put.
Available in 40 colourways, finishes and fabrics, the REM Dream Pedispa Chair is a super stylish pedicure station. Available with a white ceramic foot basin, adjustable footrest and elegant mixer tap, you’ll be sure to wow your clients with this stunning seat.
3. Electric pedicure chairs
Discover the freedom of a remote-controlled pedicure chair, which allows you to adjust the backrests and footrests to ensure a comfortable position for your clients.
Complete with five motors, this electric pedicure chair can be easily adjusted and tilted to ensure optimum client comfort. This motorised chair also features a removable headrest to reveal a face hole.
4. Mobile pedicure stations
This kind of pedicure station typically comes with wheels and is more compact in size. Mobile, easily portable pedicure stations are ideal for mobile beauty therapists and therapists working in salons that are short on space.
What to take into consideration when choosing a pedicure chair and a pedicure stool
You don’t have to compromise on comfort and budget when kitting out your beauty salon. Having a budget figure in mind when browsing for pedicure stations or pedicure chairs is essential. At Salons Direct, we stock a range of products to suit your budget, whether you’re buying multiple units or just one unit.
Considering the amount of space available in your salon will determine what kind of pedicure station or pedicure chair you can choose. Think about whether or not the area will be multi-use, and you need to move your pedicure station around. If you’re a mobile beauty therapist, consider how easy it is to move your pedicure station around or put it in the car.
The Best Pedicure Stools From Salons Direct
When carrying out a pedicure treatment, comfort is key; this is where a good quality pedicure stool can come in handy.
Discover a sturdy and stable footstool with comfortable, padded footrest support that adjustable height and tilt.
Featuring a wide diameter seat of 45cm, plus gas lift adjustment to offer instant height positioning for therapists, the Lotus Gas Lift Pedicure Seat is angle and height-adjustable for client comfort.
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