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Regain your independence with Companion Stairlifts

We are one of the largest manufacturers and installers of stairlifts in the UK. We pride ourselves on our friendly and professional, low-cost service. All the stairlifts we feature, and every model we install, has achieved the most recent British and European safety standards, ensuring you have full peace of mind when you purchase with us.

With thousands of people satisfied with our stair lift solutions, the independence and freedom you gain when you buy a stair lift from us is an unbeatable feeling. Whether you have straight staircases, narrow staircases or want something more unique, our wide range of stair lifts are bound to offer the perfect solution for you.

When our mobility is limited or decreases with age, some of life’s everyday tasks can become difficult to manage. However, there are solutions available. A stair lift is an easily installed, elegant mobility aid that makes any issue posed by stairs easy to overcome.

Retaining independence is a high priority for older people in the UK and those with disabilities. We know that with our range of stairlifts we can help our customers achieve their goal. These mobility aids can have a truly positive impact on daily living, helping you remain in the home you love.

You can enjoy all the floors of your home, without having to worry about accidents or falls. The peace of mind that these lifts provide can make a massive difference to both the user and their loved ones. It can all start with a free quote and free home survey.

Why choose a stair lift from Companion?

From your first enquiry to when your stairlift is installed or any aftercare that is required, Companion will be with you every step of the way. At Companion, you will find an excellent level of service and support.

Frequently asked questions about stairlifts?

What are the different types of stairlifts available?

Whether you have straight, curved or spiral staircases, there is a stairlift solution for you.

  • Straight stairlifts: If your stairs do not go around a bend or across a landing, you will need to choose one of our straight stairlifts.
  • Curved stairlifts: These models have tracks that are specifically designed to suit curved or spiral staircases that bend or turn corners.
  • Stand-up stair lifts: You can also buy stand-on stair lifts (also known as perch stairlifts). If you have restricted movement in the knee or hip joints, you may find sitting painful or uncomfortable. In these situations, this type of model is the perfect solution.

How much do stairlifts cost?

The bespoke nature of a modern stair lift means that the cost can vary depending on the amount and complexity of the work required. This means that it is hard to provide you with an accurate stairlift price, especially if you have not had a home assessment.

Stairlift prices can start at around £2,000 but as mentioned above, there is no average price of a stairlift as it depends on what solution is needed for your home.

Can you buy second-hand stair lifts?

Yes, you can buy second hand stair lifts. We sell a wide range of reconditioned stairlifts and the price of one is usually lower than that of a new model.

What should I do if my stairlift needs to be repaired?

After your stairlift has been installed, it will probably be used every day, and occasionally it might need to be repaired. At Companion, we are on hand to conduct any stairlift servicing that is needed.

Buy stair lifts today

As a leading stairlift supplier, our professional and friendly team of advisors are on hand 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and cover the whole of the UK*. Each member of the Companion team is caring, dedicated to the job and happy to answer any questions you have, from the type of stairlifts we offer to advice on reconditioned stairlifts. We have a variety of stair lifts for sale, so to arrange a free, no-obligation quote, please call 08001170157 or request a free brochure to browse our products and services.

So, why wait? Get in touch with us here at Companion and let us see how we can help.

*Not including Northern Ireland, Highlands and Islands