Whether your stairs are straight or curved, wide or narrow, our user friendly and elegant stairlifts are designed to cope with every twist and turn, to deliver you safely from one level to the next – all at the simple push of a button.
Whether a residential care home, community centre or a church, we’ll have the stairlift to suit your stairs.
An installation is only half the job; looking after your Lift correctly and having the correct service plays a big part in allowing the lift to give you trouble free use for numerous years to come.

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We work with the biggest brands in  the UK so you can be sure that whatever type or style of stair lift you choose, quality is built in right from the start.

5 Tips to finding your stairlift company

5 tips for when researching stairlift companies

 

You have decided that you or a friend/family member need a stairlift and so you head over to the internet and start searching.

But what should you be looking for and what questions should you be asking?

We have summarised 5 top tips to point you in the right direction ...

 

1. Where are they based?

Searching for a company who are local and to which you could go visit has lots of extra added benefits so ensure that you find out where the company is based, and which areas they cover.

Whilst conducting your search (if for a new installation), you should also think about the aftercare you are going to get from that company.  A stairlift is a product which needs to be maintained and so in the event of any problems you would like a company who can attend quite promptly (is geographically quite close to you).

We recommend that you ask the stairlift company about their aftercare, or what their attendance time is to attend a broken down stairlift.

 

2. Check their Reviews/Recommendations

When picking where to eat, would you check what reviews that the restaurant had and would you be put off going to a restaurant if it had received lots of bad reviews?

The same applies to stairlift companies.

When looking for stairlift companies, be sure to read what their past and present customers have to say about them and their experiences with the company.  Ask the company if they have some testimonials and case studies from previous works and check them out.  Do not be afraid to ask neighbours or friends if they have any recommendations for a stairlift company.

 

3. External Accreditations

There are many accreditations that companies can apply for that help to protect the consumer when they make purchases.

These accreditations are external to the company and usually involve annual audits to ensure that the company is complying to the standards that are set by the accreditation and that they are doing as they claim they do.

Such accreditations would be BHTA (Trading Standards), Checkatrade, Which? Trusted Traders, ISO9001 to name a few.

Higher Elevation have all those accreditations and many more as you can see here.

 

4. Products Available

Check through the company’s website and see what product range is available.

There are many products in the market and each one has different features and types of abilities.

You need to be able to find your perfect fit and not limit your solution.  Speak with their sales team and ask which brands of stairlifts they can provide you.

We recommend that you speak to a range of stairlift suppliers and compare them to each other.

 

5. Warranty & Guarantees

All stairlift installations, whether they are offering a new or reconditioned product should come with a warranty period.

Warranty periods or guarantees, depending on what the company refers to, can come in all varieties.

Each company will have its own terms and conditions, so make sure you check out exactly what is included as standard for the duration of the warranty term.

 

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