What types of Straight Stairlifts are there?
Acorn / Brooks:
- Superglide 120 (discontinued)
- Superglide 130 (discontinued)
- Acorn 130 T700
- Stannah 400 (discontinued)
- Stannah 420 (discontinued)
- Stannah 600
Handicare /Companion/ Age UK:
- Handicare 950
- Handicare 1000
- Handicare 1100
Thyssenkrupp / Access:
- Levant Comfort
No, straight stairlifts must be straight all the way up the rail. If it has any bends, even if most of the rail is straight it is classed as a curved stairlift.
Unfortunately, we don’t. We do however purchase the majority of makes and models if it is a current model that is being manufactured and under 5 years old. For more information on which straight stairlifts we can purchase fill in our contact form and a staff member will get back to you.
They are simpler to remove than curved stairlifts, and therefore take less time (around 30-45 minutes) but we would only recommend an experienced stairlift engineer removes it. Removing a stairlift yourself can be unsafe if you aren’t an experienced professional.
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