With a stairlift from 123Stairlifts, you can save hundreds to thousands of euros on the cost of a stairlift. This is because our second-hand stairlifts are primarily composed of used components. However, you won’t be able to tell the difference. With a straight stairlift, you can save up to £2,000. For a curved stairlift, the savings can be as much as £3,800. We are confident in our prices, which is why we offer the lowest price guarantee. You can be assured that you’re getting a great deal.
The price of a second-hand stairlift depends on the shape of your staircase. A straight stairlift is cheaper than a curved stairlift since a straight rail is easier to customize. The shape of your staircase determines the stairlift model; you cannot choose the model. However, you can limit the cost of the stairlift by selecting budget-friendly rail options. For example, you can choose installation on the outside of the staircase, meaning the stairlift is placed on the wider side of the steps, often along the wall and handrail side. Additionally, the choice of the start and end points of the rail contributes to the total price. Having the rail stop just before the stairs is cheaper than having a parking bend.