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When it comes to finding Step Lifts, you needn’t look any further because you’re in capable hands with Level Access Lifts! We provide a complete range of Step Lifts, accommodating the most diverse needs and wants, so be sure to check out our extensive range of products here today!

What are Steplifts?

The term Steplift describes a group of platform lifts that predominantly serve short travels such as split levels, usually alongside a set of steps. Steplifts are designed to make your home or public building more accessible and are tailored to suit the requirements of those with limited mobility. We provide the Steplifts to suit the growing demand for greater accessibility, offering equal opportunities for those with disabilities and poor mobility.

In terms of design, you cannot beat the Step Lift! Our Steplift offers a compact solution for easy access where wheelchair users would have been faced with difficulty in the past. They look simple but are extremely effective, making it almost inevitable for you to find one that suits the environment perfectly whilst enhancing accessibility at the same time.

The Step Lift is specifically designed to be stylish yet affordable and can resolve accessibility issues in a way that’s practical. We provide the Steplifts to meet all disability requirements, preventing the need to negotiate steps which could result in serious injury.

Who can benefit from Steplifts?

The Steplift is designed to meet and exceed the requirements of an array of people and environments, so you needn’t worry about Level Access Lifts providing you with a suitable solution for transportation. Steplifts are becoming increasingly popular amongst the elderly. Elderly people who are less stable on their feet may find it challenging to walk up steps, leaving them fighting for their breath or in discomfort. In order to prevent this, we provide the Step Lift which is a simple addition to make to your property accessible, allowing individuals to travel comfortably.

Individuals who are physically challenged are also likely to find it incredibly difficult to climb the stairs, so if you want to make your property more accessible, you’re sure to benefit from the Step Lift! We supply the Step Lift, here at Level Access Lifts, to remove potential obstacles, allowing those with reduced mobility to gain access and to have the same opportunities as everyone else, could you benefit from one today?

Where can the Steplift be installed?

Here at Level Access Lifts, our Step Lifts are designed to be easy to install, requiring little downtime. As well as this, they are thought to be a more convenient alternative to wheelchair ramps which can be large, expensive, unsightly and time consuming to design and build.

The Steplift is designed for short travel purposes and incorporates safety features that make them suitable for public areas. Whether you’re looking for a Steplift for your domestic, commercial or industrial property, we can make it easier for you, taking care of the installation and maintenance.

At Level Access Lifts, we provide a choice of modern and affordable Step Lifts which are guaranteed to complement the style of your building.

Check out our collection of Step Lifts below!




Tech Lift M4

The Tech Lift M4 is a simple to use and extremely cost effective lifting solution for overcoming changes in height of up to 1.5 metres. Available from stock (subject to availability) Tech Lift M4 takes only a few hours to install and can be positioned either indoors or outdoors. The clean lines and a stylish appearance are thanks to the use of 4 telescopic lifting columns, meaning that there are no bulky columns or lift masts on show. With smoked vision panels and a black and aluminium framework as standard (many other colours available), the Tech Lift M4 is the perfect solution for any environment.


Open Style Platform Lift

Open Style Platform Lifts are an aesthetically pleasing and cost effective way or transporting wheelchair users or parents with pushchairs between two levels. Capable of raising up to 3 metres and lifting up to 400kg, open lifts offer the benefits of a conventional Platform Lift (no pit or lift shaft required) but with the feeling of freedom that comes with an open aspect design. Available in a colour of your choice, our Open Style Vertical Platform Lifts will blend in with the environment, whether workplace or at home, office or retail.


Bespoke Scissor Lift

Bespoke Premium Scissor Lift – for Indoor & Outdoor Applications

When the environment calls for something a little special, look no further than our Premium Scissor Platform Lifts. We understand that you want a Vertical Platform Lift to compliment its surroundings and as such are able to match your chosen materials


Hidden Lift

HDN – Hidden Lift for Indoor & Outdoor Applications

Clever and modern thinking. HDN (hidden) is a short travel lift that sits in the floor and is barely noticeable when not in use. Equally suited to the entrance of an office complex or shop, or serving a split level in your home, HDN is suitable for lifting heights of 50-500mm and can lift up to 400kg. When one of the wall buttons (or remote control buttons) is pressed, a metal upstand appears around the platform creating a mechanical wheel-stop (stopping the user from rolling), following which the lift platform will begin its ascent. HDN can be supplied with a choice of platform coverings or alternatively, the customers own flooring can be added.


Ultra Light Weight Open Style Lift

The perfect solution for providing disabled access to split levels, raised patios, mobile homes etc. With a lifting height of up to 500mm high and a lifting capacity of 250kg this little Steplift typically takes 1-2 hours to install and can easily be relocated / reused in another location. The Tech Lift 500 steplift is constructed of aluminium, is extremely rigid and yet weighs a mere 51kg.

a modern lobby with a marble floor and stairs.


Could I benefit from a small step lift?

Are you trying to make your home wheelchair-friendly? Or are you having mobility problems as a result of ageing or injury? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then yes – one of our small step lifts could be perfect for you!

If you have a step up into your property, naturally the first thing to do would be to consider building a wheelchair ramp. But there are times when a ramp is simply not feasible, often due to a lack of space and physical requirements (i.e. the ability to push a wheelchair up and down the slope).

Here at Level Access Lifts, we understand how frustrating it can be – not being able to move freely around your home or gain access to public buildings unassisted. It’s for this reason we recommend our small step lifts.

The great thing about our electric step lifts is that they can be used to scale a single step or a number of steps. But more importantly, they prevent the need for those with reduced mobility to negotiate the stairs which could, in turn, result in serious injury.

To find out more about our steplifts, and whether you could benefit from one, get in touch today. Our team has unrivalled experience in this field and will be more than happy to advise on the best one for you.

How much does a step lift cost?

So, you’re considering installing a permanent electrical fixture beside the steps up to your property? You’re probably thinking that it’s a huge undertaking – and an expensive one at that – right?

Wrong! Something that surprises many people about step lifts is that they tend to work out cheaper than building wheelchair ramps and don’t require anywhere near as much space.

Not all step lifts are the same and prices can vary depending on several factors, including the height of the step, platform size and whether it’s used indoors or outdoors. Luckily, all our electric step lifts are made bespoke to suit you and your home or business. We have an extensive range of styles and sizes to choose from, here at Level Access Lifts, and strive to offer the most competitive prices.

The best way to find out how much a step lift costs is to fill in the online enquiry form or drop us an email at info@levellifts.co.uk, outlining your specific requirements. A member of our team will then get back to you with a tailored quote as soon as we have priced up the job (including installation). If everything is to your liking, be sure to let us know and we’ll get started straight away.

Where’s the best place to install a steplift?

Steplifts – also written ‘step lifts’ – are designed for short-travel and are relatively compact in design. When wheelchair access is obstructed by steps, or a ramp isn’t viable, a step lift provides a practical and cost-efficient alternative and ensures easy entry for those with reduced mobility.

Although step lifts are typically used outdoors, to allow access into domestic and commercial buildings, they can also come in useful indoors.

All of our electric step lifts are suitable for indoor and outdoor use and can travel a maximum of 2 stops (3 metres). Our commercial lifts have increased safety features which makes them ideal for public spaces.

However, the revolutionary Flexstep is an all-in-one system that can be transformed from a fixed set of stairs into a step lift by the simple push of a button. Step lifts, like this one, are perfect for retail settings as they remove the need for both a lift and stairs, yet provide easy access for disabled and pedestrian users alike.

If you’re not too sure where you could install a step lift at your property, don’t hesitate to contact the team, here at Level Access Lifts. We will gladly share our expertise and advise on the most suitable place – ensuring maximum convenience and safety for everyone.

These lifts are available in an assortment of styles, but how do you know which is right for you?

Four factors to consider:

  1. Available space – wheelchair lifts can be installed inside and outside (depending on the size of your property and personal requirements). But they take up a lot of space, so you need to choose one that is suitable for the area.
  2. Type of lift – from platform lifts that transport passengers quickly and safely between varying heights to wheelchair lifts for stairs (or inclined platform stairlifts) that transfer both the wheelchair user and their chair in one go. We have something for everyone.
  3. Longevity – a wheelchair lift is supposed to be a lifetime investment – one that you can rely on for years to come. Be sure to check the maximum capacity it can hold and only purchase from a reputable manufacturer with excellent reviews (like us at Level Access Lifts!).
  4. Lift features – you might prefer a lift that operates quietly. Or perhaps you consider yourself a technophobe and want a wheelchair lift that’s simple to use. Whatever it may be, it pays to look carefully at a lift’s technical details and features.

Want an expert opinion on which wheelchair lift is right for your home or business? No problem, the Level Access Lifts team is always on hand to help and will be more than happy to assist. Just give us a call on 023 8081 4924 today.

What step lift is best?

Luckily at Level Access Lifts, we supply multiple step lift solutions meaning that you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to figuring out which one is best for your facility! Each of our options have different features that make them perfect for multiple environments. Step lefts are usually found in high traffic areas, as well as the home for a more personal use. It is worth keeping this in mind when looking at what each steplift has to offer, and how it can fit in perfectly with your surroundings.

If you are looking for a step lift for outside use, then our Open Style Platform Lift might be for you. Or if you want one of our many smart step lifts to fit seamlessly into your building, then our Staircase & Lift All in One option could be the way to go.

How do you maintain a step lift?

Regardless of the step lift that you choose to go for, they should be regularly maintained to ensure that they remain safe to use for either yourself or the people in your building. The book stops with you here and you hold all responsibility for this.

Ideally, on a daily basis, you should look to see if all of the mechanisms on your step lift are still functioning as normal. This ensures that you can open up your premises next time safe in the knowledge that all of your equipment is fit and proper, ready for use. If you detect a problem, it is imperative that you immediately contact a step lifts professional so it can be eliminated as soon as possible. We recommend putting your machine out of order until this is completed.

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