Your stairlift shouldn’t take much looking after, as long as you know how to care for a stairlift. Aside from a quick clean every now and again, yearly stairlift servicing is another key responsibility for stairlift owners.
And while modern stairlifts are built to last, an annual ‘check-up’ helps to keep them running smoothly and safely for even longer. No matter how reliable your stairlift, you’re most likely using it several times every day. Multiple journeys a day all add up over time. That’s why it’s important for an engineer to take a look at your lift at least once a year, especially if you’ve bought a reconditioned model.
Halton Stairlifts engineers can carry out stairlift repairs and servicing on most makes and models of stair lift. This includes popular brands like Stannah, Acorn, and Brooks. Our stairlift technicians are experienced and highly trained, ensuring your stairlift is serviced to the highest quality and safety standards. Our customers’ rate our engineers highly too, take a look at Feefo and Checkatrade for feedback on our trusted team.
How much does it cost to service a stairlift?
If you have Halton Stairlifts warranty cover or our extended warranty, a routine annual stairlift service will be covered by the plan.
If your warranty has expired and you’d like to arrange a service of your stairlift, call Halton Stairlifts on 0800 644 7766 for a no-obligation quote tailored to your needs.
How do you service a stairlift?
You should never attempt to service a stairlift yourself. Qualified engineers focus on different aspects of the stairlift. From the motor to other moving parts, they check everything for wear and tear and ensure each piece is working properly.
If parts are showing signs of wear, our engineers should be able to replace the most common parts there and then. This means stairlift downtime is kept to a minimum.
Book a Service with Halton Stairlifts
Contact Halton Stairlifts on 0800 644 7766 for a quote or to arrange stairlift maintenance and repairs. Our highly qualified engineers can talk you through any problems or concerns you have about your stairlift. They’re also often able to repair your stairlift in your home. This means there’s no need to take it away and re-install it. If they do need to repair it in our workshop, they’ll do this as quickly as possible. This helps to reduce the impact of removing your stairlift on your daily life.