At Priority Stairlifts, we work very closely with our customers to ensure that we can offer you the best possible products and services.
The following questions have been asked by existing customers ahead
of their stairlift installation and may address any issues you have.
If you can’t find the answer to your question here within our Stairlift FAQs section, please get in touch. We’re more than happy to have an informal chat about your requirements.
Not at all. We provide a free home survey with a no-obligation, no sales pressure quotation.
All products are tailored to your specific needs and therefore, prices vary. They can change depending on the specific stair dimensions, the chosen stairlift model and any additional extras that you choose. Please book a free, no-obligation assessment to obtain a personal written quotation.
Delivery of your stairlift will depend on the type of stairlift you have ordered. For a straight track rail, installation will be between 3-5 working days from receipt of order. For a curved track rail, installation will be between 5-7 working days from receipt of order.
Like all domestic stairlifts, ours are attached to the tread of the stairs and not the wall.
Our stairlifts come with a slim rail and a compact carriage. They all have folding arms, seat and footrest, so they fold away neatly when they are not in use. This means they are practical for you and for the other members of your family. It is only in a small number of cases where dimensions will prevent us from installing.
Our stairlifts are installed in just a matter of hours and with the minimum of fuss. Our engineers will make sure your home is left in exactly the same condition as they found it – with the exception of a lovely new stairlift of course! All in all, we do everything we can to ensure that the installation is as quick and convenient as possible.
Our stairlifts are battery powered, but we will require an outlet either at the top or bottom of the stairs to keep it charged.
As the stairlift is battery powered it will continue to work for a number of return journeys (around 8 depending on various factors) even if your home loses power. If you have a powered swivel you will need to use the manual swivel lever.
Depending on usage, your battery should last between 3 to 5 years.
All our stairlifts have charge points at the very top and bottom of the track. When not in use, the stairlift needs to be kept at the top or bottom of the stairs to enable the batteries to be charged.
All our stairlifts are very quiet as they have a battery powered motor, which also ensures a smooth and comfortable ride on your staircase.
All our stairlifts have a range of features and extras to ensure that use is seamlessly and effortless for all users. Following installation, the engineer will guide you through every aspect of using your stairlift and won’t leave until you are completely satisfied and confident in using it. It really is very easy to use and nothing for you to worry about.
All our stairlifts move at 0.1 meter per second. The average straight staircase in the UK is 4.14 metres, which would take 41.1 seconds one way. The average curved staircase in the UK is 5.52 metres, which would take 55.2 seconds one way.
On average a stairlift costs only £7.26 in electricity per year to run.
Every new stairlift comes with a one-year comprehensive warranty and the first service is free. Our rented stairlifts come with servicing and call-outs for the duration of the rental agreement.
At Priority Stairlifts, our end to end service means that when you no longer require the use of your stairlift, we can remove and dispose of it in accordance with national environmental standards.
Before your warranty expires, we will write to you detailing our prices relating to servicing and call-out costs.
If you have a question that isn’t answered here, in our stairlift FAQs, please feel free to contact us using direct messaging through any of our social media accounts.
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