Thank you for taking the time to visit our site to learn more about our business and services we offer (installers of home lifts, platform lifts, wheelchair lifts throughout Ireland). We strive to be the best at lift installation in Ireland. We’ve been serving Ireland now for decades and we are happy to have helped many homeowners and residents improve their mobility by installing lifts so they can access the whole house or business safely and with minimum fuss.
Straight stairlifts are the most common type we install in Ireland. This type are installed on straight staircases. This is also the cheapest option as the rail required has no turns and can be bolted directly onto the stairs. Curved stairlifts will be needed if your staircase has any turns or bends.
Curved stairlifts have tracks that are specifically designed to suit your staircase. Because of this curved stair lifts are more expensive that the straight option. So if possible try and get a straight one installed if the user can negotiate a few stairs at the turn. Failing that you can go for the reconditioned stairlifts option.
Getting reconditioned platform lifts is the most cost effective way of installing a lift in your home or business. We specialise in sourcing and installing refurbished lifts so the customers doesn’t have to fork out many thousands on a new lift. Call us for a free quote.
There are many reasons why our customers decide to opt for a stairlift rental or purchase. Many find the stairs too difficult to safely negotiate multiple times every day. Others are recovering from an operation or injury and need one for a few months. Some have relatives visiting their home who need one installed.
Call us today for a free quote on any of our stairlifts location. If you are interested in scheduling a free in home stairlifts audit to determine which type will fit your staircase and full quote, whether you are going for a stairlift grant or going private, call us today.
We can also help you through the process of applying for your stairlifts grant working with Kildare County Council.