When people hear the term ‘stair lift’ they automatically think of an unappealing lift that ruins their home’s aesthetic. However, here at Halton Stairlifts, this is not the case. We offer high-quality stairlifts that come in a range of upholstery colours to fit into your home.
There’s no need to worry that your stairlift will stand out and look out of place. This is because the stairlifts we offer are made to fit seamlessly into your home and don’t interfere with the aesthetic.
Here at Halton Stairlifts, we are a BHTA and a Checkatrade-approved company that offers fixed online prices and a no-sales promise. Throughout this blog, we will explore modern stairlifts and the types available for you. For more information, read on!
What is a Stairlift?
If you are unfamiliar with what exactly a stairlift is and when you need one, you are in the right place. Simply speaking, a stairlift is a mode of transport designed for wheelchair users or those who suffer from mobility issues, joint problems, or any other type of medical problem that affects movement.
Stairlifts can come in a variety of shapes and sizes and vary depending on the type of staircase you have. For example, if you have a curved staircase then you will need a curved stairlift. However, if you have a straight staircase, then you will need to invest in a straight stairlift.
Curved stairlifts are slightly more expensive compared to straight ones as they require custom-made tracks and require a longer installation time. However, we do offer next-day installation for those who require their curved stairlifts sooner.
Whereas, straight stairlifts can be fitted onto any straight stairlift without the need for custom-made rails.
Stairlifts are designed to provide users with that extra sense of freedom. This is so that they don’t need to rely heavily on family members or friends to help them up and down the stairs. All of our stairlifts are thoroughly checked before being installed into your home.
This is to ensure that your stairlifts meet our health and safety standards, so you can rest assured that you are in safe hands. We believe that stairlifts are a great way to travel up and down the stairs smoothly and efficiently.
All of our stairlifts are battery-powered so that in the event of a power cut, you can still get up and down the stairs. You may be asking yourself; will others still be able to use the stairs with a stairlift? The answer is yes.
This is because many of the stairlifts we offer feature a slimline, compact and foldaway design such as a foldable seat and footrest that can be easily folded away to allow access for others to use the stairs. For more information on the stairlifts we offer, read on!
Stairlifts at Halton
Here at Halton Stairlifts, we offer a wide range of stairlift models, so you can rest assured that there is a stairlift available for everyone. From curved stairlifts to straight, new and reconditioned, we have everything you need in one place.
We have constantly been renovating and improving our products over the past few years, which allows for our modern-day stairlifts to provide a wide range of safety features to ensure you have an enjoyable safe ride every time!
With over 22 years of experience in this industry, we ensure that we go above and beyond for our clients to make sure you get the most out of your money. For more information on our straight stairlifts, read on!
Not only do we provide you with stairlifts, but we also offer installation services that take us as little as 2 hours to install! All of our engineers are DBS-checked, highly qualified engineers.
Some of the straight stairlifts we offer are:
- The Reconditioned Halton Slimline Stairlift
- The New Halton Slimline Stairlift
- Halton Heavy Duty Stairlifts
- Halton Sit and Stand Stairlift
- Halton Synergy Straight Stairlift
Our straight stairlifts are suitable for staircases with no bends, turns or half-landings. This type of stairlift is fitted to your staircase rather than your walls, so you can rest assured that there is little to no invasive work.
Not only do we offer straight stairlifts, but we also offer curved stairlifts. These stairlifts are designed for stairs with bends, turns and half-landings. Here at Halton Stairlifts, we offer a wide range of curved stairlifts suited to your home.
Curved stairlifts are slightly more expensive compared to straight ones as they require custom-made tracks and take slightly longer to install. All our stairlifts are constructed in our workshop to ensure that they are made to suit your staircase requirements- whether it be wide or narrow staircases.
Some of the curved stairlifts we offer are:
- Signature Curved Stairlift
- Bespoke Tailor Dual Rail Track
- Dual Rail Curved Stairlift
- Halton Infinity Curved Stairlift
- Halton Style Curved Stairlift
- Halton Ultimate Curved Stairlift
For more information on the stairlifts we offer, make sure to check out our curved stairlifts range.
Here at Halton Stairlifts, we also offer new and reconditioned stairlifts designed to fit seamlessly into your home. If you would like a more modern type of stairlift, then our new stairlifts are ideal for you. However, our reconditioned stairlifts are not inferior to new ones. But, are reconditioned stairlifts reliable? We explore this in one of our other blogs!
The only difference is that our reconditioned stairlifts have been pre-loved. If you would like more information on our new or even our selection of used stairlifts, make sure to visit our stairlifts section on our website.
Halton Stairlifts Can Help
If you are looking for a modern stair lift for your home or would like any more information on the stairlifts we offer, explore our range of straight and curved stairlifts. Don’t hesitate to contact us at 0800 644 7766. Alternatively, you can fill in our online form and we will get back to you as soon as we can!
Neil is the founder of Halton Stairlifts. He has years of experience installing stairlifts across the UK. With an eagerness to help those with mobility issues get up the stairs, Neil understands how important it is for a seamless and straightforward approach to installing stairlifts to help those in need quickly.