Stairlifts installed across Sussex, Kent and Surrey
At Clearwell we understand that a stairlift is one of the most important purchases you could ever buy. Regaining freedom within your own home is life changing and not a decision to rush into. At Clearwell we offer professional, impartial advice and all of our engineers and advisors are manufacturer trained to make sure you get the best lift for your needs.
Our services run from the planning stage all the way through to offering aftercare support and we are with you every step of the way. To help you get the right lift for you and to help answer any questions you may have about stairlifts, we have produced a helpful Buying Guide for stairlifts which you can read online or order a paper copy.
Names You Can Trust
When buying your new stairlift from Clearwell you can be guaranteed that you will be receiving the best quality product on the market. Clearwell are accredited dealers of Stannah and Handicare stairlifts which means you get the choice of some of the best stairlifts on the market.
Servicing and Repairs
We offer a range of service contracts for your stairlift, and all of our lifts come with a 2 year parts and labour warranty. Extended cover starts from just 20p a day and can guarantee you priority response on any problems you are having with your Clearwell supplied stairlift.
New and Recondtioned
At Clearwell we also hold a range of reconditioned stairlifts in stock for straight stairlifts. These reconditioned lifts are all removed by Clearwell and fully serviced before becoming available for resale. Call us today to check availability of our reconditioned lifts.
Call our dedicated stairlift team on 01444 253300 to book your FREE home consultation or complete the form on the right hand side and we will call you back.
We have been installing stairlifts across the South East for over 5 years and have undertaken work across Sussex, Kent and Surrey. Our installations have taken us across Brighton, Hove and Worthing with other installations having taken place in Eastbourne, Chichester, Lewes, Hastings, Tunbridge Wells and Woking. Our dedicated stairlift surveyors are on the road every day visiting clients across the area and advising on the best stairlifts for their staircases.
Our FREE home consultation comes with no obligation to buy whatsoever and is organised at your convenience.
As Accredited Stannah Dealers you can rest assured that we are providing you with the best stairlifts that money can buy, and our factory trained engineers are all DBS checked to give you peace of mind.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Aren't stairlifts expensive to run?Stairlifts are surprisingly cheap to run. With average use a stairlift costs less than £5 a year to run! That works out at just over a penny a day which compared to the freedom you get is priceless!
I have a staircase with two turns in it, is it possible to fit a stairlift in my home?There are very few limitations to which staircases can have stairlifts. We can install lifts on cases with any number of turns as long as there is adequate space at the top and bottom of the staircase and enough width to accommodate the rail and seat. If you are concerned then please give us a call to arrange a free, no obligation survey.
I only need a stairlift for a limited time, are there any rental options available?Yes. We do offer short term rentals on straight stairlifts. The rental cost is £15 per week with an initial installation and removal payment of £320. There is a minimum rental term of 3 months and is dependant on availability.
Will the stairlift have a detrimental effect on my staircase?No. Installing a stairlift is very quick and has little to no effect on the rest of the staircase. The rail itself attaches to the stair tread rather than the wall and is easily attached with a few screws.
I have a doorway at the bottom of my stairs, is this a problem?Not at all. We can install a 'powered-hinge' to the bottom of the stairlift which will lift up when the lift is not in use, keeping it away from the door and reducing damage to any paint work.