Reconditioned stairlifts are often readily available because they are sourced from existing units. This can be especially advantageous if you need a stairlift promptly and don’t want to wait for a new one to be manufactured.
Reconditioned stairlifts are subjected to rigorous testing and inspection procedures to verify that all components and systems are in proper working order. This is done to ensure the safety and reliability of the unit.
One of the primary advantages of purchasing a reconditioned stairlift is the cost savings compared to buying a new one. Refurbished units are typically more affordable, making them a more budget-friendly option.
A reconditioned stairlift can start from £500
Buying a second-hand stairlift privately can seem like a good deal, but it comes with higher risks. There is a greater chance of encountering issues in the long run, such as needing replacement parts or unsafe installation. As a result, you may end up spending more money and putting yourself or others in danger. This is why we always recommend buying from an approved Access partner.
Contact the company you bought the stairlift from. If they are reputable, they will inspect your stairlift and provide you with a solution.