Our range of heavy duty stairlifts can carry around between 190 – 200kg (approximately 31.5 stone). We offer expert advice on a range of models and can help you find the best model to suit your individual needs. A heavy duty option offers not only reassurance but can also future proof your investment. For further information and to find out how we can help you enjoy independence in your home, get in touch to book a free home assessment for heavy duty stairlifts in Cornwall.
We understand that those that suffer with mobility issues can gain weight over time. Physical limitations can prevent weight loss, but we are firm believers that this should not impinge on their ability to access the upper levels of their home. Instead of investing in a stairlift, only to find you have to replace it later down the line, our bariatric stairlifts offer a long term solution.
As an experienced supplier of mobility lift equipment, we listen to your needs and can source a range of products from leading manufacturers. The following models are highly popular when additional weight capacity is required, and we are happy to recommend these to our customers:
The Handicare 1000 is a straight stairlift and offers plus size options. The standard model can carry up to 21.5 stone (137kg). The XL version has a weight capacity of 25 stone (160kg), and the XXL model has a can carry up to of 31.5 stone (200kg).
The Bruno Elite stairlift is available in both straight and curved models. Both options have a weight capacity of approximately 30 stone (190kg). Bruno stairlifts are renowned for their smooth, stable and quite ride, and give the user reassurance.
Not necessarily, as these models include a folding seat, footrest and armrests, so you can fold it away for clear access for other household members when not in use.
If you are interested in finding out how we can help you regain your independence, simply visit our showroom or call us to arrange a free home installation assessment for heavy duty stairlifts in Cornwall. It is our aim to help solve your accessibility issues.