A trained engineer will conduct a detailed assessment of your stairs and will use the latest digital equipment to survey curved stairs. They will then discuss the best options with you, and help you choose the best value Stairlift for your needs.
When you are ready, our engineer will provide you with a free, fixed, and no-obligation quotation. We do not pressure sell and all our engineers are CRB checked. We are members of Milton Keynes, and Luton trading standards.
The Stairlift rail will rest on the treads of the staircase and there are options to deal with landings and doorways.
We will take every care to ensure that your stairlift installation is as hassle free and convenient as possible. We will make sure that the installation date is suitable for you and that you know the details well in advance. We try to install most stairlifts in a few hours only. and will make sure that you are fully comfortable with the installation before we leave.
We do not operate expensive service contracts but local engineers will maintain, and service your stairlift.
Frequently asked Questions
Is the stairlift attached to the wall or the stairs?
All of our stairlifts are fixed to the tread of the stairs and not to the wall.
Can you deal with narrow stairs?
Our stairlifts are provided with a thin rail and are compact. They have arms which fold, as do the seat and footrest, and they fold away neatly when not used.
Can stairlifts go round corners and bends in the staircase?
Our stairlifts can cope accommodate curved stairs. They can go round bends on either side of the stairs and can easily deal with landings and corridors. ?
?Should there be a power supply?
Our stairlifts are powered by battery, but an outlet will be needed to recharge the battery. Our engineers will advise you on
What might occur in a power cut?
The stairlift is battery powered so it will continue to move during a powercut.
How long will the battery last?
The battery should last between two to five years depending on usage and charging.
What type of maintenance package do you offer after the warranty expires?
We do not offer expensive contracts but our local engineers will be available to service and repair your stairlift.
What happens if I no longer need my stairlift?
We can remove your stairlift if necessary.
Can I rent a stairlift?
We have secondhand stairlifts to rent - please contact us for details.
Can I buy a reconditioned stairlift?
We offer reconditioned stairlifts for straight stairs.
How much does a stairlift cost?
Our straight stairlifts start from £1275 new excluding VAT. VAT is not payable by those with a long-term condition..
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Our engineers, based at the Carver Care and Mobility shops in Newport Pagnell and Bletchley (Milton Keynes) and Luton are within easy reach of the following areas for your Stairlift assessment, so please get in touch. We directly serve Buckinghamshire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, and regularly visit St Albans, Watford, Northampton, Leighton Buzzard, Wellingborough, Aylesbury, Alresford, Bletchley, Biggleswade, Southampton, Bedford, Andover, Dunstable, Basingstoke, Letchworth, Bicester, Eastleigh, Rushden, Buckingham, Shefford, Hitchin, Romsey, Chandlers Ford, Daventry, Harpenden, Baldock, Petersfield, Stevenage, St Neots, Alton, Welwyn, Towcester, Berkhamsted, Kings Langley, Aspley Guise, Woburn, Radlett, Woburn Sands, Tring, Olney, Stockbridge, Henlow, Abbots Langley, Sandy, and Wolverton, and more. Please call us and we will be happy to help.