New Stairlifts Vs Reconditioned Stairlifts
Reconditioned stairlifts may be an option worth considering. They are are usually straight stairlifts that have been removed from one location and can be installed in another. There are savings to be had and can be considerably cheaper than buying new. Curved or made-to-measure stairlifts are not normally available second-hand because of the bespoke work required. Many suppliers will still provide a warranty for peace of mind.
Consider the age of the reconditioned stairlift. If you are looking for innovative designs and the latest safety features, they may not be available on older models but if the trade off is acceptable to you then it may save you money.
The Benefits of Buying New Stairlifts
- Most up-to-date features.
- Stairlift replacement parts are better stocked, if required.
- More variety of finishes and options.
- Stairlift can be customised to the user’s needs.
- More powered options are available, footrest, swivel etc.
- Manufacturer’s warranty.
- Peace of mind.
The Benefits of Buying a Reconditioned Stairlift
- Cheaper than buying a new stairlift.
- Availability may be quicker in some cases.
- Many reconditioned stairlifts still come with warranty.
The Disadvantages of Buying Reconditioned Stairlifts
- Some reconditioned stairlifts may have a limited warranty.
- Ongoing maintenance may be an issue if the stair lift is no longer in production.
- If the stairlift is no longer in production, it could be difficult to find replacement parts.
- Unlike a new a stairlift, it may be more difficult to tailor reconditioned stairlifts to your needs.
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