Stairlift Removal Services
Here at Carelift Services we offer stairlift removal services across Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire. Depending on the age, make and model this can be done for free, or at a small cost and we offer stairlift removal on stairlifts from any straight or curved stairs. We do buy some stairlifts within the removal, we buy second hand stairlifts if they meet certain criteria and then once expertly refurbished we can then sell these removed stairlifts on as reconditioned stairlifts. To find out if your old stairlift is worth anything or to get someone to remove your stairlift and dispose of it in a responsible way, please call us today on 01603 433603.
Our Carelift Services include the supply, install, service, repair, removal of stairlifts and mobility products across East Anglia, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire.
Our mobility products include new stairlifts, refurbished stairlifts, home lifts, wheelchair lifts, step lifts, access lifts, and patient handling equipment. With our head office in Norwich, Norfolk and our local engineers can offer home visits across all main cities and local villages and all the surrounding areas of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire.
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
How Much Does It Cost to Remove a Stairlift?
The cost to remove a stairlift will depend on the time it will take, in most cases for standard straight stairlift removal and this will cost under £100, if the stairlift we remove meets our buy back criteria we will offer you a price to buy the stairlift from you, and remove the stairlift for free. If the stairlift doesn't meet the criteria we will charge for the removal based on an hourly rate and difficulty of the job. The price of the stairlift removal will be determined by the nature of the work involved to remove and dispose of the stairlift, and will be a reasonable fee to cover the costs involved.
How Long Will It Take to Remove a Stairlift ?
Depending on the type of stairlift and staircase, especially if the stairlift is curved can take up to 4 hours to remove, however, most modern straight stairlifts can be removed within two hours and can arrange an appointment to remove the lift within a few days, so you can arrange removal at a time that suits you.
Will I Need to Re-carpet The Stairs After My Stairlift is Removed?
Most stairlifts are attached to the walls rather than the stairs, so there should be no need to re-carpet once the stairlift has been removed, the stairs shouold be returned to their normal state. In some cases, there may be a few small holes in the carpet or wood and possibly also small indentations in the carpet where the brackets were fixed to the stair tread, but usually these are not viable after a good steam clean.