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Curved Stairlifts

A curved stairlift is designed to help people with mobility issues move up and down curved staircases. Unlike straight stairlifts, which are designed to fit on straight staircases, curved stairlifts are custom-made to fit the unique shape of a curved staircase.

Considering a Curved Stairlift?

Take a look at our top 10 factors to consider before making a purchase. Our advice from industry experts ensures you make a smart decision that suits both your requirements and budget.

1. Customisation: Enhance safety and comfort in your home with our custom-made curved stairlifts. Specifically designed to fit your unique staircase, our stairlifts guarantee a perfect fit and maximum safety every time. Trust us to improve your daily life with a tailored solution for your mobility needs.


2. Installation: Get a curved stairlift fully installed by our experienced engineers in just 2-4 hours! Plus, we'll provide a comprehensive demo upon handover to ensure you know how to use it safely and with ease. Trust us for a seamless and hassle-free installation process.


3. Price: If you're in the market for a curved stairlift, be aware that prices can differ significantly. Here's what you need to know before you make a purchase.

a) How many bends your stairlift will have. Each 90 degree bend will increase the price.

b) The length of the rail is a factor and will increase in price for every meter of rail needed over 6 meters on the curved stairlifts.

c) How the stairlift will start. There are a few options like a short start to get close to the stairs or a horizontal start. There are benefits to the different starts you can have.

d) How the stairlift will finish. The options here are that the stairlift will stop next to the top step and swivel round either manually or automatic or the stairlift will go up an over on to the landing. Which option to choose here will depend on the layout of the stairs is.

e) If you require power swivel, which means that the stairlift can automatically swivel at the top and the bottom with curved stairlift to make getting on and off as easy as possible.


4. Capacity: If you're considering a stairlift, make sure to check its weight capacity. Generally, they can hold between 21 to 25 stone, depending on the model. Don't forget to keep this important factor in mind for a safe and secure ride!


5. Speed: If you're considering a stairlift, keep in mind that they usually move at a pace of 20-25 feet per minute - slower than an elevator.


6. Safety features: Our curved stairlifts are equipped with top-notch safety features such as seatbelts, footrest sensors, and obstruction sensors. You can trust us to provide a secure and guaranteed smooth ride up or down your stairs.


7. Power source: Curved stairlifts can be powered by either AC or DC power, with DC power being more energy-efficient and reliable.


8. Noise level: If you're considering installing a curved stairlift in your home, you'll be pleased to know that they are usually very quiet. In fact, the noise levels are akin to that of a regular household appliance.

9. Maintenance: If you've installed a curved stairlift, it's important to keep up with maintenance to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. Regular tasks like cleaning, lubricating, and replacing the battery are essential for optimal performance. Don't let neglect lead to costly repairs or potential safety hazards.

10. Warranty: Our curved stairlifts come with a warranty that varies depending on the manufacturer and model, covering both parts and labour. To provide our customers with maximum support, we offer a lifetime warranty on parts for all new stairlifts purchased from us.

Curved Stairlifts

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