Curved Stairlifts Stair lifts
Buying new or reconditioned curved Stairlifts is a huge task and without doubt the buyer will need to do a lot of research to find the best supplier and price. Curved Stairlifts are expensive due to the fact that all curved stairlifts are bespoke design! Each stairlift rail is custom made to measure for each individual staircase
Bespoke Curved Stairlifts
Complicated staircases require more bespoke designed radiuses (Curves) increasing the price of your new curved stairlift even higher in price. If you are unfortunate your new curved stairlift will block a main Entry / Exit such as a front door then additional options will be required such as powered hinge rails to allow the stairlift track to be automatically lifted to allow access etc.
Powered hinge rails don't come cheap and are very complicated pieces of equipment that need to be set up 100% correctly for correct operation and most importantly safe usage for stairlift & non stairlift users
Custom built Curved Stairlifts
Since curved stairlifts are bespoke design, installation times can vary from 4-14 days from receiving your stairlift survey & quote. Its really hard to give an estimated price for new and reconditioned curved stairlifts due to the large amount of variables involved
A good figure to keep in mind for new curved stairlifts £4000-6000 Reconditioned curved stairlifts will obviously be cheaper in price if you are fortunate to have a company local to your area that supplies and installs reconditioned curved stairlifts
We can supply new or reconditioned Curved Stairlifts
We can supply information and free info packs for New and Reconditioned curved stairlifts from reputable UK stairlift companies that specialise in new and reconditioned stairlifts. New curved stairlifts come with a full 2 year warranty and all reconditioned curved stairlifts come with a 12 month warranty
Type of stairs that require Curved Stairlifts
What type of staircase requires a curved Stairlift? Normally any staircase that has a half landing or bend on the stairs. If you only have a small bend at the top of the staircase you might not need a curved stairlift! A straight stairlift with a powered platform would work just as well. Obviously a full free home no obligation site survey will be required to evaluate your staircase and specific needs
Another option instead of a Curved Stairlift
An alternative solution to fitting a curved stairlift! Fitting two straight stairlifts could solve the problem and even with the installation of two stairlifts the price can still be considerably lower than purchasing a brand new curved stairlift. This option is not ideal for all stairlift users and can only be implemented on certain types of staircases
"That's why we highly recommend you get at least three independent stairlift quotes! Each stairlift supplier could offer you a different alternative and price. It really does pay to shop around when buying curved stairlifts"