three steps to success

We Will Help You Every Step Of The Way

01

Tell us about your stairlift

Fill in our form, attach a photograph or give us a call with the make, model and the age of your stairlift. We will ask a few questions to make sure we have all the information we need to provide an accurate quote. 

02

We’ll be in touch with a quote

We will contact you either by phone or by email to provide your quote. All quotes are free and no obligation, so there’s no pressure to proceed. We will offer advice when we can, and answer any questions you may have about our service.

03

Arrange your stairlift removal

Just contact us by phone or by email to arrange. We will take your details and discuss your availability. We will then get back to you within a few days to book you in with one of our expert engineers. 

How do I sell my stairlift?

If you want to sell your unwanted stairlift, you’ve come to the right place. We can make you a cash offer, provide free professional removal and take the stairlift away. We offer fair prices, which are usually higher than most manufacturers and installers.

Just fill in our enquiry form to see if your stairlift is suitable for recycling. We will then get back to you to provide a quick and easy quote. Alternatively you can call us on our freephone number.

We try to buy and recycle as many types of stairlift’s as possible, but if your stairlift isn’t suitable for recycling we may be able to provide a quote for removal and disposal for a fee. 

Depending on stock levels and condition of the stairlift, we may be able to purchase the following makes/models:

  • Acorn / Brooks 130, T700 and 180
  • Thyssenkrupp Flow 2, Flow 2a Flow 2 Apollo
  • Handicare / Companion 950, 1100
  • Stannah 600, 260

For more advise as to what models we can currently accept, please call us on 0800 177 7266, or email [email protected]

Contact us for a free quote today!

Simply enter your details below and a trusted representative will be in touch to provide your FREE no obligation quotation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our answer would depend on the stairlift type, age and condition. If you have a relatively new second hand stairlift in an excellent condition you may be able to achieve £200-500. If your stairlift is 5 years old and has general wear and tear it could be £50-150. Contact us for a no obligation quote and we will provide an accurate figure.
If the power supply is cut off the batteries will have run flat. Unfortunately, the batteries cannot be recharged but our engineer can bring a replacement battery to power the stairlift up for the removal. A flat battery would not affect our offer, but please let us know so we can advise our engineer in advance.

Our engineer will always make the agreed payment in cash before he loads the stairlift into his van to be taken away. Cash payment gives you the peace of mind that you have been paid the correct sum and do not have to wait and chase a payment later.

If it is preferred, we can arrange payment by bank transfer as an alternative method. Our engineer would contact our office after he has successfully removed the stairlift, and payment would be made.