Do you need a curved stairlift, but you are on a budget?
Q : You may be wondering why curved stair lifts are more expensive than straight stair lifts.
The answer is the rail, all staircases with curves or bends are different, some may look similar but can vary by just a few inches, for this reason the stairlift rail must be tailor made to order, hence the extra cost involved.
We have some cost effective solutions below that may be an option for your curved stairs.
If your stair case is not straight like A but you have one or more sub / intermediate landings like stair cases B, C or D it is possible to have two or more straight stair lifts which can often be a cheaper alternative to having a curved stairlift.
If you have a turn or a curve at the top of your staircase like E, F or G we may be able to install a hinged and counterbalanced drop down / bridging platform (Shown below) to span the gap between the stairlift foot plate and the upper landing, avoiding the expense of a curved stairlift.
If you have spiral stairs, a staircase with a lower sub landing or a turn like H it is possible that your only option is a custom made curved stairlift.
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