Stairlift Repair London

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If your stairlift is broken, unfortunately, it can make everyday living a lot harder. Luckily, you won’t need to purchase a completely new stairlift, as you can repair it. We are experts in the field and have assisted many seniors with their stairlifts.

We offer no-obligation quotes for our stairlift repair service, meaning if you don’t like our offer, you can leave it!

Stairlift Repair: What Types of Stairlifts We Can Repair

We can repair all of the following types of stairlifts:

We also offer our services for all major makes and stairlifts models. However, when getting in touch, we ask you to confirm the exact type of stairlifts to ensure that we can repair them.

Straight stairlifts

Straight stairlifts, although a little simpler than other types, can also break. Sometimes this is caused by an electrical issue. Other times, it may be something to do with the lift or seat itself. Our team of experts can help you identify the issue causing the defect and then fix it.

Curved stairlifts

If you find that your curved stairlift is not working for whatever reason, we are happy to have a chat—no matter whether this is an electrical issue or something with the stairlift itself.

Wheelchair Platform Lifts

Finally, we can also fix your wheelchair platform lifts. Getting up and down the stairs with a wheelchair is impossible, but we can help you get your wheelchair platform lift going again. No matter what model you have, get in touch with us, and we’ll be happy to help.

Areas we cover

We cover our services in all London boroughs. But, if you’re not sure whether we cover your area or are slightly out of London, contact us. We may still be able to help.

Stairlift Repair: Get a FREE NO Obligation Quote Today

For stairlift repair in London, get in touch with us for a no-obligation quote. You can call us using the phone number below to request your free quote.

Stairlift Repair: Frequently Asked Questions

Below we also covered some frequently asked questions. If you have any other questions, please don’t be afraid to call us using the number above, as we are happy to help.

What Can I Try Before Calling You?

Here are some things you can try before getting in touch with us:

  1. Check that the key is in the right position
  2. Ensure the swivel seat is set up correctly
  3. Remove any obstructions on the stairs
  4. Check that the battery is connected
  5. Search for any error codes

If you’ve done these five checks and they haven’t helped, get in touch with us for further assistance.

Why Is My Stairlift Beeping?

Stairlifts beep when they aren’t receiving enough power. This means that it will eventually stop working because it can’t run on this amount of power. If this happens, it may be an issue with the power connection.  Ensure that the stairlift is parked in the right position to receive the amount of power it needs.

How do I reset my Stair Lift?

You can reset your stairlift by turning the power key to the off position, then turning it back on. When doing this, ensure that you wait 30 seconds or longer before turning it back on. If this doesn’t work, call us using the number mentioned above.

 Can You Repair Stairlifts That You Didn’t Install?

Yes, we can repair stairlifts that we did not install. Just make sure to provide us with information about your particular model.

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