Stairlfts Maidstone, Kent, London, Essex, Surrey and Sussex UK

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Our business has grown over the years due to our professional attitude to customer service. We believe that customer satisfaction is the key to our businesses future and our team are on hand to help and deal with any issues you may have.

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Stairlift Measuring Guide

How to measure for installation of a Straight Stairlift. It is very easy to ‘measure-up’ for your Straight Stairlift. All you need is a good quality metal tape measure.

 

  • First take a general overview of your stairway layout and decide which side of the staircase the Stairlift will be mounted on, when viewed from the bottom { Looking Up}.
  • Be aware that the Stairlift rail will overhang the top landing by 8″ (20cm) and meet the floor at the foot of the stairs approximately 14″ (36cm) beyond the ‘nose’ of the first step.
  • Take note of any fixtures, such as window sills, hand rails, central heading radiators, doorways etc., that intrude into the stairway area – or could be blocked by the presence of the Stairlift.
  • This will help you to decide which side of the stairway will be most appropriate, requiring the least amount of disruption – or obstruction. In most cases, it’s a fairly obvious choice.

Stairlifts Today Offer A Range Of Professional Stairlifts Solutions And Our Expert Team Will Advise You All The Way.

Staircase Measuring Guide:

Now that you have decided which side of the stairway the Stairlift will be sited, you should measure the staircase.

  1. Overall Length of Staircase
  2. Staircase Width – You may find that your staircase width varies a little, over the length of the stairway. Record the measurement at its narrowest point.
  3. Clearance at the Bottom of Staircase –  A minimum of 24″ (61cm) is required for this measurement.
  4. Clearance at the Top of Staircase – Measure the distance from the nose of the top landing to the nearest obstruction.
    Once these measurements are taken that’s all that is needed to build a Stairlift to fit your staircase.

Brooks Straight

The simplest solution for a straight staircase, the Brooks Straight Stairlift uses a single rail attached to your staircase.

Brooks Curved

If your staircase has turns, an intermediate landing or limited space at the top of bottom, it may be necessary for a curved stairlift to be fitted.

Companion Straight

Companion Stairlifts is one of the largest supplier of stair lifts in the UK. We supply and install straight and curved Companion Stairlifts

Companion Curved

We are proud to announce the BS 101 stairlift, designed specifically to go on curved or more complicated staircases

BS101

We are proud to announce the BS 101 stairlift, designed specifically to go on curved or more complicated staircases

Brooks Slimline

Reconditioned - Safety and comfort come first at Brooks. The lift uses DC power packs that are automatically recharged when the lift is at rest.

Measuring Guide

How to measure for installation of a Straight Stairlift. It is very easy to ‘measure-up’ for your Straight Stairlift.

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Stairlifts Today was founded by Managing Director John Hughes Over 10 Years ago.

Our experienced technicians are able to service and repair ALL makes and models of stairlifts, including Minivator and Stannah stairlifts.

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Our customer support is the perfect place to receive more detailed instructions on using your stairlift. We know everyone needs support. Our philosophy is to treat you as we would like to be treated.

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Online and easily accessible, these are detailed brouchures with all the information you need. This is the place to find just about anything you need to know about using your stairlift.

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