how we do it
A few hours are all it takes to install a Stannah stairlift and get your whole house back.
No mess. No fuss.
How is a stairlift installed?
Our stairlifts are attached to the stairs or the wall with minimal brackets. That means no damage to your stairs, no remodelling or extensive building work.
All that is needed is some light drilling, so you don’t need planning permission. It’s a quick, easy process that won’t cause too much disruption to you or your home.
Our mobility expert will also scan your stairs using our augmented reality Envisage app and show you in real time how your Stannah stairlift will look on your stairs.
What happens during a stairlift installation?
You can be home during the stairlift installation and watch our technicians as they work.
The only thing to consider is if you’re sensitive to dust. If you are, you might not want to be too near your stairs as there is some light drilling involved in the process.
But rest assured, we’ll always clean up after we’re finished. When our technicians are done with the installation, they give you back your house just the way they found it. But with one added benefit: your independence.
What happens after my stairlift is installed?
When we talk about your stairlift installation, we want to make sure you know it’s not just a turnkey project. We don’t do things by halves.
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Installing a stairlift: things you don’t need to worry about when you choose Stannah
When you install a Stannah stairlift, you don’t have to worry about installation costs or how long it can take until you have it. We’ve got you covered.
How much does it cost to install a stairlift?
Absolutely nothing. When you buy a Stannah stairlift, the only thing you pay for is the stairlift itself and nothing else. There is no installation cost.
Can I install a stairlift on any stairs?
Yes. Our stairlift rails are designed to fit your staircase’s shape precisely, whether straight or curved, indoors or outdoors.
How long does it take to install a stairlift?
Installing a Stannah stairlift takes less than a day. Under normal circumstances, two to five hours should be enough to install your stairlift.
How much space do I need on my stairs to install a stairlift?
With the chair unfolded, our stairlifts can be between 64 to 77 cm wide, depending on the model. But you don’t have to worry about a stairlift taking up too much space on your stairs – our seats fold up and only take up about 30 cm of space.
I want to install my stairlift. Can I do it?
You should never install a stairlift by yourself. Installing a stairlift requires technical knowledge to ensure the equipment is properly installed and entirely safe.
Can I install a stairlift no mate the size of my staircase?
You can install a Stannah stairlift on most staircases, whether straight, narrow or curved. Your stairs only need to be 65 cm wide.
Stairlift price: how much does a stairlift cost?
Stairlift prices can vary depending on several factors, including the length and configuration of your stairlift, the stairlift model you choose and any additional features you may want. During your stair survey, we offer you a free, no-obligation quote, plus information about any subsidies and financing options available.
Can I apply for a grant to buy a stairlift?
Yes. However, you’ll need to meet the necessary requirements, such as having a certain degree of disability proved in a disability certificate. Our mobility experts can help you check what kind of grants may be available to you.
Can anyone use a stairlift?
It depends on your mobility issue. Suppose you have reduced mobility or have recently undergone surgery and are still recovering. In that case, a stairlift can be a great way to remain independent and move safely up and down the stairs.
What is the warranty period for a stairlift?
We offer you a 2-year warranty and top-rated callout service. We’re here for you whenever you need us.