Whether you are considering a stairlift for your own use or for a family member, you are bound to have plenty of questions to ask before you make a commitment. You want to know that the choice you make will ensure safety, fit in with the home design and be good value for money. We aim to answer some of those questions below, but if you have unanswered questions, we would be happy to answer them for you!
How Do I Choose a Stairlift?
When you are choosing a stairlift, there are many factors to take into consideration, from price to design. Of course, it can be a personal choice, but our experts are on hand to help you in your decision and will be happy to advise you.
How Much Will I End Up Spending on a Stairlift?
The prices of our stairlifts vary depending on the model, size and whether it is new or reconditioned but we are always striving to offer you the best price. Once your stairlift has been installed, the costs associated with running it are negligible. They are incredibly cost-efficient, so you needn’t worry about high electric bills.
We even provide a 12-month labour and parts warranty as standard on all of our lifts, so you can rest assured that you won’t need to worry about hefty repairs costs within the year.
Is a Reconditioned Stairlift Safe?
Our reconditioned stairlifts are held to the highest standards and even come with a full platinum guarantee where all parts, labour and call-out charges are covered for two years. These stairlifts may come at a fraction of the cost of a new stairlift, but you can be sure that they are just as safe and reliable.
What Can I Expect During an Installation?
We always aim to cause as little disruption to you as possible when installing a stairlift. This is why we are usually in and out of your home within the day.
We recently wrote an article to tell you more about what you can expect during the installation of one of our stairlifts. Read more about it here.
What Happens if There’s a Power Cut?
In the event of a power cut, you needn’t worry that your stairlift won’t work. Stairlifts are powered by a battery which recharges when not in use. This means that you can rest assured that even in a power cut, you will be able to move up and down the stairs.
Of course, we are sure that you will have many more questions before you make a commitment to buy a stairlift. If we haven’t answered one of your questions here, please don’t hesitate to visit our FAQ page or get in touch with a member of our team.
You can give us a call on 0800 046 3438 or email us at email@example.com and we would be more than happy to advise you further, ensuring that you make the right decision for your individual requirements.