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How to measure for installing a Stairlift?
At Budget Stairlifts Scotland, we do the measuring for you, but you can also Download Our Easy Measuring Document Yourself, if you wish to measure for a Straight Stairlift.

We’re great believers in personal independence, and we know that while most of our stairlift customers are only too pleased for us to quickly and efficiently do everything for them, we also appreciate that some customers may prefer to take a little longer in deciding when to have a stairlift installed. Some customers take a keen interest in the process too!

With that in mind, we’ve designed an easy step-by-step guide on how to take and record your own measurements so you’ll know whether your location is compatible with the easiest installation of a straight stairlift.

Budget Stairlifts Scotland Making it easy with our Measure for a Straight Stairlift Guide.

You may be able to take your staircase measurements yourself, or you may wish to enlist the help of a friend or family member.

When you’re ready, you can get in touch with us whenever it suits you, and we’ll look forward to being of assistance.

Meanwhile, you can read all about our Straight Stairlifts and Curved Stairlifts to suit your installation needs.

With a Brooks Stairlift, you’ll soon be on your way to freedom within your own home!


Download Measure for a Straight Stairlift Document


  • Slimline Design Stairlifts

    To fit into your home’s surroundings

  • Ergonomic Controls

    For ease of use

  • Runs on maintenance-free rechargeable batteries

    Works even in a power-cut

  • Numerical fault code display

    For easy diagnostic and repair guidance

  • Safety cut-out sensors on carriage and footrest

    In case of an obstruction on the staircase

  • No unsightly structural work required

    Fits directly to your stair treads rather than the wall