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Wherever you are, we can find you a stairlift. Our installers cover the entire country; from Sligo to Cork and Dublin to Mayo, our network of stair lift installers have you covered.

Our network of stairlift partners cover the whole country and offer a friendly and efficient service that is backed up by outstanding aftercare. Our partners will always conduct a free of charge, no-obligation home assessment to ensure you are getting the right stair lift at the right price. The price you are quoted is always the price you will pay – no hidden charges.

Don't Waste Time Searching For The Best Stairlift Price. We Do That For You! We work with stairlift installers who cover all of Ireland. Our installation teams are certified, insured, VAT registered and council approved so you have complete peace of mind should you require a grant.
Contact us today to arrange a free of charge, no-obligation home assessment. The purpose of this assessment is to professionally measure your stairs and discuss your needs, both current & future, to ensure you are getting the right stair lift at the right price.

Straight Stairlifts

The simplest and most affordable stairlift. Straight stairlifts are fitted to stairs with no turns. Installing a straight stair lift is easy and takes less than 2 hours.

Curved Stairlifts

If your stairs have a bend, turn, or landing, then you require a curved stairlift. Our installation teams fabricate your stair lift to precisely fit your stairs.

Spiral Stairlifts

We have installation teams who specialise in spiral stairlift fitting. Our teams can install either the right or left side and have super slim stair lift options.

Free Home Survey

No Hidden Charges

2 Year Warranty

Insured & Certified Installers

VAT Registered

Council Approved

Expert Advice & Installation

Did you know...

You may be entitled to a grant of up to €6,000 which may cover up to 100% of the cost of your stairlift. If you’re over 65 with or without a disability, or under 65 with a disability or serious illness you may qualify for the Mobility Aids Grant Scheme. The amount available depends on household income.

Our stairlift installers are certified and VAT registered to ensure they can carry out the installation for grant approved stair lifts.

Tips on how to pick the best stairlift installer The cheapest isn't always the best.

A stairlift is a significant purchase with most stairlifts costing in excess of €1,999. A stair lift can also be a vital aid to help your elderly parent, relative, or a friend to remain independent and safe. It is therefore essential that you pick the best stairlift and the best stairlift installer. Below are a few key areas to consider before choosing your stair lift installer.

Assessment is key to getting the right stairlift to suit your stairs and more importantly, your needs. Our network of stairlift installers will always conduct a free home visit and assessment before furnishing a quote. This ensures that what you are quoted is what you will pay. Some companies will quote over the phone but in reality, you cannot see the full picture without physically inspecting the premises. In many cases, the home assessment will highlight issues that may have been easily overlooked.

An experienced stair lift surveyor can also offer advice in regard to getting the best stairlift to suit your needs both now, and in the future.

When you get your quote make sure it includes all work carried out and inclusive of VAT. If you are applying for a grant, you may need to furnish up to 3 quotes but your grant will only cover the amount quoted. Should you elect to go with an installer and extra charges are added, the grant will not cover that. Always make sure the cost you are quoted is what you will pay.
There are many stairlift installers in Ireland; some with extensive experience and outstanding reputations, and others who have neither. Stair lift installation in Ireland is unregulated meaning anybody can become an installer – with little or no training. When choosing a stairlift installer always ensure they are reputable and won’t leave you high and dry once they have been paid. Our stairlift partners offer dedicated aftercare and warranties with their stairlifts, providing extra peace of mind.
Stairlifts, when purchased privately, are taxable at the 23% VAT rate. This VAT can be reclaimed in its entirety as long as the installer is VAT registered with a VAT number.  County Councils will only approve grants that are being paid to VAT registered installers with VAT clearance certificates, so always ensure your installer is VAT registered and can provide a copy of their VAT clearance form.
All of our installation partners are professionally trained and work to the highest standards. The level of professionalism shown by a company is a good indicator of the product and service you will receive.
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Tips for picking the best stairlift
When you purchase a used stairlift, that stairlift has been designed to fit another staircase and then taken out and adapted to fit yours – this may require using parts from other stairlifts rather than a single seamless track. This can affect the ride and the overall quality of the stairlift, not to mention the life span. It is also worth noting that stairlifts run on batteries, and once the cells in a battery die, the battery needs to be replaced and this is quite costly.
Most new stairlifts come with a warranty, this is usually between 1 and 2 years and offers you extra peace of mind. A warranty, however, is only as good as the company that provides it so make sure you pick a reputable company that you trust. Don’t be afraid to ask how long they are in business, or if they can provide a reference.
Aftercare is a vital part of your stairlift purchase. You need to ensure you choose a company that you trust to be there in the event of a problem. Stairlifts have mechanical and moving parts so they will need to be serviced, repaired, or replaced.
Always be conscious of how much a stairlift will obstruct other users on the stairs. Stairlifts are becoming slimmer and this means they will pose less obstruction for other stair users.

Any Questions? Email us: info@needastairlift.ie

Our promise to you:  We will listen to your questions and always give you an honest answer. Our network of stairlift partners will only sell you what you need and remain as attentive AFTER your purchase as we were before.