We understand that choosing a stairlift may seem daunting, but our experienced team are here to help you rediscover your independence at home with the right stairlift for you.
Checklist when considering installing a stairlift
Purchasing a stairlift is an easy process once you are comfortable and confident that a stairlift is the appropriate aid for you.
Consider the need for your stairlift
If you are struggling with mobility using the stairs, a stairlift can take these worries away and introduce confidence and independence to your home. If you are suffering with a progressive condition, or expect your condition to deteriorate, consider what the best long-term solution might be e.g. considering a platform lift or stairlift with a perch seat.
Identify the type of stairlift you may need
Visit our stairlift types page for more information
Consider your budget
Can you cover the cost, or would you prefer to investigate finance options or Government grant?
Consider your environment
Will your stairlift block doors, radiators etc in your home?
Consider who will be controlling the stairlift
Do you need multiple controls for both a user and a carer?
Consider the choice of colours and upholstery
Would you like your stairlift to match your home interior and furnishings?
Home Stairlift Assessment
Virtual Stairlift Assessment
"New stairlift installed today by Scott the young man was polite and very efficient he explained fully how to use new lift I thank all staff at snowdrop Olivia and Suzanne who I spoke to on the phone were very reassuring and helpful "
"The crutches I have been given are so much more comfortable than the ones provided by the NHS. By having the cushion ferrells I no longer have shoulder or back pain. The moulded soft handles are so much better for my hands as I have OA in them also. I have also been informed that I walk better with them. "
-Maggie West, Haverfordwest
"I have found the sticks to cushion the walk on tarmac, they are comfortable to hold and, because they have straps I can hang them from my wrists to enable me to look at things whilst out shopping. My posture is more even and my shoulders ache less. My step total for last week was improved - 33,219, we were in London and walked a lot - the new sticks definitely helped"
-Cath Morgan, Haverfordwest
"I bought my rollator from Snowdrop years ago and had great service choosing the best model for me, and the product is still doing well around 4 years on. When my electric wheelchair broke (due to a cable getting caught and damaged), the engineer, Ben, came to my home and repaired it within an hour, and the charge was very reasonable. I could not recommend them enough."