Curved Stairlifts are designed to fit around staircases that aren't just straight up and down. If your staircase has curves or turns, then you’ll almost certainly need a curved stairlift. Generally this is the best option, although if your staircase has a flat bed, then it may work out cheaper to have two separate straight stairlifts.
It’s important to remember that by opting for two straight stairlift installations, the user will have to transfer between the two mid-ascent.
Bespoke Curved Stairlifts Up until now you may have been under the impression that if you have a windy, curved staircase then it wouldn’t be possible to get a stairlift, however it is achievable thanks to bespoke installations. Curved stairlifts are designed to fit onto most staircase that require bends by taking into account its exact measurements. Curved stairs tend to be fairly unique with regards to the angle and length of the curve, which means that a bespoke curved rail will need to be created in order to fit your stairs perfectly!
Here at Associated Stairlifts we are able to visit your home and devise a bespoke design that will fulfill your exact requirements. Additionally curved stairlifts can be developed to end along the landing, rather than at the very top of the staircase. This allows the user to negotiate the stairlift in a safe, spacious area and also allows the chair to be folded up so that it doesn’t present a hazard.
So whether you have an unusual shaped staircase, a continuous curve or multiple landings, we can design an installation that fits perfectly into your home. Take a look at the models we have available below...