How much does a curved stairlift actually cost?

Curved stairlifts can be quite expensive. This article describes prices, options and cheaper alternatives to curved stairlifts.


What does a curved stairlift cost?

Curved stairlifts are available in all kinds of different designs and price ranges. As curved stairlifts usually have to be specially adapted to the staircase, this has a significant impact on the price and delivery time.

The typical price range for curved stairlifts is between 5,900 and 12,500 euros, including the statutory warranty period of 2 years.

As a rule, every curve in your staircase doubles the basic price of the stairlift. Each curve must be tailor-made to fit your staircase exactly.

Resale value

As curved stairlifts are made specifically for your staircase, it is unfortunately very difficult to resell them on the private market as a used product after a few years.

The average service life of a curved stairlift is approx. 2 years. The monthly costs can therefore be considerable, as you only have a very low resale value compared to the purchase costs.


Why you should consider alternatives to curved stairlifts

As already mentioned, the purchase costs are quite high compared to the value you still have after the manufacturer's warranty has expired. However, you can purchase an extended warranty period, which covers all service and repair costs. As a rule, stairlifts need to be serviced every 6 to 12 months, at a cost of around 200 euros per year.

In addition to the high price, curved stairlifts are known to take up a lot of space in and around your staircase. The seat unit often stands at a distance of around 60 cm from the wall. This is also the reason why curved stairlifts often do not comply with building regulations.

One of the greatest health benefits is being able to move independently and climb stairs for as long as possible.

Daily activities such as vacuuming, short walks and climbing stairs are important to stay active as you age. A study of 36,000 people from Norway, Sweden, the UK and the US shows that these small daily activities have a profound impact on your health and life expectancy.


When developing the award-winning and budget-friendly TOPRO Step stair climbing aid, we set ourselves ambitious goals.

Because TOPRO Step should:

  1. be a cheaper alternative to curved stairlifts
  2. Be 100% modular for fast delivery and installation
  3. be available for all staircase types
  4. promote the activity and independence of all people who use TOPRO Step
  5. allow the person concerned to live in their own home for the rest of their life
Topro Step device

In 2019, TOPRO Step was awarded the prestigious "Best Solution" prize by the SilverEco Aging Well initiative.

The TOPRO Step is the only stairclimbing aid to win this award. The jury emphasized the unique and patented Scandinavian design, which blends naturally into any living environment and removes the stigma surrounding traditional stairlifts.

How much does a TOPRO Step for curved stairs cost?

The TOPRO Step can be installed in both straight and curved staircases and offers considerable cost benefits compared to curved stairlifts:

  1. The TOPRO Step is usually 30 - 50% cheaper than a curved stairlift
  2. As the TOPRO Step is 100% modular, it can be installed within a few days in most cases
  3. As the TOPRO Step is a modular product, the potential resale value does not fall as much as with a curved stairlift

TOPRO Step is well known from Not Magazin, Kleine Zeitung, Herbsterwachen and Ergo Praxis. TOPRO Step is also recommended by the Vienna Red Cross and has already won several awards.

Where is the TOPRO Step available?

The TOPRO Step is available in most European countries (including Germany) as well as in South America, North America and Japan.

Contact us for a free, no-obligation quote. 

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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. .

TÜV tested and certified

TOPRO Step is TÜV-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.

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Do you have any questions?

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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.

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