As you get older you may find that simple tasks such as climbing the stairs and moving around the house aren’t as easy as they used to be. If this is the case, then you might be looking into purchasing a stairlift for your home.

A stairlift is a great addition to your home if you find you just need that little extra help with the stairs, but some stairlifts can be costly. We understand that you want to best quality stairlift, but for a reasonable price.

That’s why at Senior Stairlifts we are dedicated to making sure you get the best possible stairlift for your money. Every house is different so it’s hard to say exactly how much a stairlift will cost. We have a range of stairlifts for you to choose from so you can find the right stairlift for you and your needs.

Straight and Curved Stairlifts

All of our straight and curved stairlifts are expertly crafted and cleverly designed for a sleek smooth stairlift that fit neatly in almost any house.

All of our stairlifts come with a range of innovative feature like internal batteries so they will still function if you ever lose power. Sensors so that the mechanisms stop if there is an obstruction. Two remotes so the stairlift can be equally useful for two residents.

Possibly most importantly all of our stairlifts come with foldable seats and a slim design so it takes up as little room as possible and doesn’t cause any unnecessary obstruction or hindrance to people using the stairs.

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Reconditioned Stairlifts

Here at Senior Stairlifts we also sell reconditioned stairlifts. Reconditioned stairlifts are stairlifts that have been used before and are now ready to be used again.

Our expertly trained engineers make sure that the reconditioned stairlift is safe and usable. We put all of our stairlifts through rigorous safety testing and hold our reconditioned stairlift to the same high standards that we do our brand new stairlifts.

We replace any parts we are not happy with and make sure that all of the reconditioned stairlifts work just like new. If you are worried about your stairlift breaking down, it’s important to get it serviced regularly. Our specialist engineers are available to come and service your stairlift whether you bought it from us or not.

We have a range of reconditioned stairlifts and we are confident we can find the right fit for you and your needs.

Rental stairlifts

If you don’t think you’ll need a stairlift for a long period of time, then you might want to consider renting a stairlift instead. Renting a stairlift can work out to be a lot more cost-effective. You are charged an upfront fee to cover installation and the first 6 months. After that you simply pay a monthly fee for however long you need the stairlift.

Renting isn’t always the cheapest option, however, so be sure to work out how long you plan on having a stairlift and see if the monthly fees ad up to be cheaper or more expensive than buying a stairlift outright.

Remember a stairlift is something you will use every day and will become an important part of your lift. Think of buying a stairlift as an investment. If it’s something you will be using every day for a long time, and possibly even relying on, then it’s important to make the right choice. You want a stairlift that is sturdy, reliable and will stand the test of time.

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Contact Us

Here at Senior Stairlifts, we want to make sure you have all the information you have before you make any big decisions. Our friendly team is always on hand to help answer your questions.

If you have any questions you can always contact us for a chat, either by email or call us on 0800 995 6019.

You can also request a brochure to learn more about our stairlifts. You can also use our website to get a quote.

You can also book a stairlift service or repair.

Senior Stairlifts are dedicated to keeping you and your family safe no matter what. You can read more about what we’re doing to keep you safe in the pandemic here.