Able Care is the only authorised STANNAH stairlift dealer in Scotland and in 2017 was awarded Stannah's Certificate of Excellence. We are also dealers for other stairlift suppliers so can help you find the right equipment at the right price for you.
Free, no obligation, stairlift survey and quote
We offer a free, no obligation, survey and quote without the “hard sell”.
If you decide a stairlift will make your life easier your stairway will be surveyed by our surveyor. The rail will then be tailor-made before being fitted quickly, and with minimum fuss by our trained local engineers.
Local knowledge so we can offer after-sales stairlift repair and servicing
Being local we pride ourselves on being around not only to help with the purchase that’s right for you but also to offer a reliable after sales repairs and maintenance service and an out-of-hours service.
Inverness showroom - Stairlift demonstration
Pop in to our showroom in Inverness to try out our demonstration stairlift models. Every stairway is unique and we can install the right model to suit your home – straight or curved; internal and external; there is a solution for you.
We also install ceiling track hoists to help with patient transfer. Our Inverness Showroom has a working demonstration model.
“The stairlift has made such a big difference to my life, I feel happier going up and down stairs now”
You may be eligible for zero rated VAT on certain products and equipment. For more information please speak to our showroom team.
- Quiet and reliable
- Easy to use
- Battery operated
- Can be adapted to suit your requirements
- Folds away neatly to maximise space
- A range of styles available
Thank you for sending out the information so promptly. The times I have used Able Care have left me very impressed by the staff's helpful nature.
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