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No1HolidayPlanner Sat 01-Apr-17 10:42:42

Anyone have an idea of the cost of a stannah stairlift?smile

TheFuzz Sun 02-Apr-17 23:14:08

£3k to £5k easily. Depends on stairs and turns etc.

ReggaeShark Sun 02-Apr-17 23:17:02

We had one. 2K. Cheaper than I thought it would be.

Piehunter Sun 02-Apr-17 23:18:21

Gumtree is your friend if you have a remotely normal staircase! Lots of them sold off cheap when they are no longer needed

Floralnomad Sun 02-Apr-17 23:19:12

Why Stannah ? , you really need to shop around with stair lifts and stannah wont give you a price until they come round to give you the hard sell IME . We went through a stairlift company that does loads of different makes and they also do stannah ,but a lot cheaper than stannah ! ( think it was dolphin mobility) . For straight stairs you can easily get one for about 1.5-2k .

Silvercatowner Mon 03-Apr-17 06:29:16

Also consider second hand, some companies do this.

No1HolidayPlanner Mon 03-Apr-17 11:37:40

Thanks everyone.. I'll get a few quotes.. There is a 90 degree turn at top of stairs which I'm sure will add to the cost.. Age UK do them so they are coming to do an

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