Handicare Stairlifts UK is the go-to mobility provider for people who need lifts, hoists, transfer, and repositioning aids, as well as vehicle accessibility products. With sales in more than 40 countries and a reputation for excellence, Handicare is a company you can trust. Predominately our partnership with Handicare is with stairlifts both straight and curved. Shire Mobility are approved Handicare stairlifts installers and serve Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Warwickshire
Where budgets are limited Shire Mobility maybe able to offer a straight reconditioned stairliftPrices from £995 More details
The Handicare Freecurve is a properly bespoke stairlift that can be tailored to your unique requirements.Prices from £3995 More details
The Handicare 1100 is the slimmest straight stairlift on the marketPrices from £1495 More details
The Handicare 1000 stairlift is amongst the strongest on the market.Please call for prices More details
The Handicare 950 and 950 plus have been superseded by the Handicare 1100 seriesMore details
For a standard straight stairlift from Handicare, the average cost is £1,495. This would be the Handicare 1100 and would come with a manual footrest and swivel. There are options available such as powered footrest and swivel along with a hinge. All of this would be discussed when we conduct a survey of your stairs in your home.
Straight stairlifts and curved stairlifts can last for many years. It all depends on how they are looked after and their use. Remember there are moving parts so it is always best to have your stairlift serviced once a year. That way any potential issues can be rectified quickly.
Straight stairlifts such as the Handicare 1100 can take approx 2.5 hours whilst a curved can take 4 hours or more. It very much depends on the complexity of the installation especially with stairlift solutions that incorporate a curve. What rail design is going to be used?
Stairlifts can be fitted to most stairs. The easiest to fit are straight stairlifts, however, there are areas that need to be taken into account with both straight and curved. Questions that can be asked during your survey:
These are just to name a few of the questions we ask on the installation side, along with questions of the people who will be using it such as their mobility and size.
It is always best to get a professional company around to complete an assessment such as Shire Mobility.
For a no obligation telephone consultation please call us or fill out our online form.
We have three mobility shops situated in Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire that are located in Northampton (our head office), Bicester and Banbury.