Stairlift prices and price ranges 2023

With increasing age or for people in need of care, sooner or later the question arises of what happens if you can no longer climb the stairs in your own home independently. Should you wait until the time comes or take the precaution of adapting your living space before it's too late?

Stairlift: Should you think about buying a stairlift? How much does a stairlift cost? Do you want a new or used stairlift?

Should you rent or buy a stairlift? How much does a stairlift cost? Which stairlift providers are there and what should you look out for? It is important that you receive personal advice and, above all, free advice.

Stairlift advice from the various providers should always be free and non-binding. In order to obtain the right stairlift offer for your stairlift purchase, it is important to compare several offers by having exact prices available. An important point to bear in mind is the annual cost of purchasing a stairlift. A stairlift requires regular maintenance, which should be carried out by a service technician once a year.

What stairlift prices should you expect? Are you wondering about stairlift prices and what alternatives are available? Read on here and find out more.


Stairlift prices

Stairlift Staircase type Range Prices
Seat lift straight inside 3.200€ - 8.000€
Seat lift curvy inside 6.500€ - 15.000€
Seat lift straight outside 4.200 - 7.200€
Seat lift curvy outside 7.500€ - 15.000€
Platform lift straight inside 7.500€ - 14.000€
Platform lift curvy inside 9.800€ - 19,000€
Platform lift straight outside 8.500€ - 15.000€
Platform lift curvy outside 10.800€ - 20.000€
Standing lift straight inside 2.000€ - 5.500€
Standing lift curvy inside 5.400€ - 11.500€
Standing lift straight outside 3.000€ - 6.000€
Standing lift curvy outside 6.000€ - 12.000€
Lift max. 1.5m inside & outside 4.500€ - 15.000€
Vertical lift max. 12m inside & outside 13.500€ - 50.000€

Stairlift prices vary greatly and many factors play a role, such as the type of staircase, the desired model, location and the number of floors. This is why providers and manufacturers usually only give you a rough price.

With a stairlift, you not only have to reckon with the one-off high purchase costs that you see above, but you also have to pay an annual service fee to ensure that the stairlift is serviced regularly and that you get help in the event of an emergency.

The service fee is between 200 - 300 euros per year.


Factors that influence stairlift prices

Is there a cheaper alternative to a stairlift?

Yes, the TOPRO Step mechanical stair climber.

The risk of falling increases with age, but often people are not yet dependent on a stairlift or want to remain active and continue to climb stairs themselves. A stair climbing aid is also a sensible alternative to a stair lift for people who are limited in their walking function but can still walk themselves.

Probably the biggest advantage of stair climbing aids is that they offer people with limited mobility safety and support while they climb stairs independently. The patented locking mechanism significantly reduces the risk of falling and no assistant is required to provide additional support.

The TOPRO Step stair climber is space-saving and blends beautifully into your home thanks to its elegant design and can be installed from a minimum stair width of 60 cm.

TOPRO Step mechanical stair climber

Activity is the body's own medicine. With the TOPRO Step stair climber, you can choose a safe, independent and active everyday life by maintaining your muscles and mobility.

The TOPRO Step is one of the most frequently used alternatives to straight and curved stairlifts. The system consists of a high-quality stainless steel railing system with a solid aluminum handle connected to it. For those who do not need the TOPRO Step handle, the railing system also works perfectly as a railing for everyone else in the house.

Some important advantages of the TOPRO Step compared to stairlifts:

  • Operation and purchase can be up to 50% cheaper
  • It is very reliable as there are no electronics, batteries or other devices that require frequent maintenance.

What does the stair climbing aid cost?

As with stairlifts, the price of the stairclimbing aid is influenced by various factors. These include the course of the stairs, the conditions on site such as wall material or depth differences in the wall, the number of bends, the length of the rail system required and the desired equipment.

Please contact your insurance company for more information.

Factors that influence stair climbing aid prices

As the TOPRO Step stair climber is a purely mechanical product, neither a service nor a maintenance contract is required.

Stair climbing aid prices

Unfortunately, it is not possible to give an all-inclusive price for the stair climbing aid. TOPRO Step can also be reimbursed by the care insurance fund if you are a member of a statutory health insurance fund and have a degree of care. Please contact your health insurance company to discuss a possible subsidy .Please note that these options are country-specific and individual.

The amount of possible subsidies for measures to improve the living environment is different from country to countr and is depending on how many people live in the household and have a care degree.

Using the TOPRO Step

The user is always positioned behind the grab rail with both hands on the grab rail or with one hand on the grab rail and one on the railing. The grab rail offers two grip heights so that the hands can be positioned comfortably on it. The user pushes the handle an arm's length away from them as they walk up the stairs. This is repeated for each step.

When descending the stairs, the grab rail is lifted slightly to the side and thus released from the lock. Here too, the grab rail is pushed an arm's length away from you, then set down so that the grab rail locks into place - only then can you walk down the stairs.

TOPRO Step is also a reliable solution for people who have problems gripping the handrail at the side of the stairs, as the TOPRO Step handle is placed in front of the user.

TOPRO Step is our commitment to making people with limited mobility more independent and safer in everyday life and enabling everyone to maintain and promote their walking function at home.

 - AssiTech AS

TOPRO Step information video

Why choose TOPRO Step?

Installation in 3 steps

To carry out an on-site inspection and receive a quote, make an appointment with us. Once you have accepted the quote, we will carry out the installation, which usually only takes a few hours. .

TĂśV tested and certified

TOPRO Step is TĂśV-tested and certified and meets all functional and safety requirements.

Adaptable to your staircase

TOPRO Step is designed so that it can be easily adapted to your staircase. It can be installed on straight stairs, curved stairs and stairs with a landing.

Fits perfectly in any home

Ask your health insurance company about the possibility of cost coverage or possible subsidies. Please note that these options are country-specific and individual.

Up to 5 years warranty

TOPRO Step means TOPRO quality. When you buy a TOPRO Step, you receive a guarantee of up to 5 years.

Over 2,000 satisfied users

We measure success by satisfied customers, which is our top priority. We already have over 4,000 satisfied users throughout Europe.

Choose your TOPRO Step

Configure your TOPRO Step - in just a few steps!

Do you have any questions?

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Would you like a free and personal consultation? Get in touch with our TOPRO Step experts and book a free, no-obligation appointment directly at your home.

We are happy to advise you

TOPRO Step Expert
+47 902 931 00
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We are happy to advise you

TOPRO Step Expert
+47 902 931 00
Monday - Friday
08:00 - 16:00 o'clock.

Do you have any questions or would you like to test the TOPRO Step stair climber?

We have compiled all frequently asked questions on the FAQ page

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