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Age UK Stairlifts are provided by Handicare Accessibility Ltd, in association with Age UK Trading CIC

The Age UK Stairlifts range

A stairlift can help you keep your independence at home

Age UK Stairlifts have helped thousands of people maintain independence within their homes. Whether you are looking for a straight stairlift or a curved stairlift, browse the full range of Age UK stairlifts here on the website or order a copy of the stairlift brochure.

These stairlifts are manufactured and desgined by Handicare to help you get the most from your home. Each stairlift is designed to help you get the most out of your home. Once you have made an enquiry, you can arrange a short, free, no-obligation home visit, where an advisor will survey your home to help you decide which stairlift is right for you. Handicare stairlifts are designed with ease of use, safety and the customer in mind. When your stairlift is installed, your Handicare engineer will show you how the stairlift works, as well as how to properly use, clean, and maintain it.

With a range of straight, curved, and reconditioned stairlifts, there are a variety of options to help you stay safe and independent in your home.

 

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Buying these stairlifts supports Age UK's charitable work

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"We are delighted with our stairlift"

" My wife is now able to travel upstairs to bed once again. The whole process has been complete in a most professional, helpful and efficient manner and we are delighted with our stairlift. "

K Pearson
"Now I don't have to worry about the steps up to the front door"

" I used to spend half of the winter trapped in the house. Now I don't have to worry about the steps up to the front door, even when it's icy. "

Mrs V from Swadlincote

How A Stairlift Can Help You

One of the most frustrating consequences of living with reduced mobility is the challenge of the stairs and the potential loss of full use of your home.

Taking the decision to have a stairlift installed can be a big step, and there are alternatives. However having a Handicare stairlift installed can often be a cheaper and less disruptive than, for example, moving home. With the installation of a stairlift, you can regain the pleasure and freedom of going up and down your staircase with ease, with the added bonus of being able to stay in your home. 

Why You Should Choose an Age UK Stairlift

At every step of your purchase journey, Handicare works hard to provide you with outstanding service, making sure that all of your needs are covered, and any questions are answered.

From the moment you make contact with an enquiry, right through to any aftercare that is needed, Handicare will be there. Unlike some other suppliers, you won’t find any high-pressure selling or confusing literature. You will only find the excellent level of stairlift service and support that Handicare is known for.

Handicare and Age UK Trading CIC understand the importance of the quality of life and increased mobility that a stairlift offers. Handicare’s production skills have been combined with Age UK Trading CIC’s own experience, along with feedback from satisfied customers and healthcare professionals to make sure the range of products suits different needs and budgets.

Purchasing a stairlift is a significant decision, and to help answer any questions you may have, Handicare has created the stairlift advice guide. This section of the website is packed with useful articles and answers to frequently asked questions such as ‘How to choose a stairlift?’ and helpful information on stairlift finance.

Types of Stairlifts

Staircases come in many different shapes and sizes, and knowing which stairlift suits your stairs is something upon which the trained Handicare engineers will be able to offer expert advice. There are two main types of stairlift: those that can travel up and down straight staircases (these tend to be the most common types of staircases in UK homes). There are also those that can navigate a curve in a staircase.

There are two types of seats available for both product types. Traditional seats and perch seats. Perch seats are suitable for those who find sitting difficult and are also recommended for houses with narrow staircases. Perch seats can be fitted to both curved and straight models.

Find out more about the range of stairlift solutions, which one will best suit your needs and an idea of what to expect from a home visit in the guide to buying stairlifts.

 

The Handicare Promise

Handicare and Age UK Trading CIC work together to offer excellent mobility products at reasonable prices, whilst providing complete peace of mind. Handicare is committed to providing exceptional customer service before, during and after the sale. All survey and installation appointments are scheduled to suit you, and no one will ever call or visit without prior arrangement.  Throughout the whole process, you will be in control and kept informed. From the initial visit to installation, the trained mobility advisers are on hand to assist if you have any questions or concerns.

Handicare provides personal and efficient service across a nationwide network of professional installers and service engineers. Choose from a wide range of products with useful added features designed to make your chosen product just right for you. Furthermore, your purchase helps further the work of Age UK (a registered charity).

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