Last updated on December 2nd, 2022
Stiltz Home Lifts cost guide
Many people decide to get a home lift with an eye on the future; to make sure they don’t have to move house if they experience mobility issues in later life.
There are several different types of home lift available. Hydraulic, traction, vacuum as well as electrically-powered models.
One of the most popular home lift brands in the UK is Stiltz. These lifts use an innovative motor drive system that is compact and operates quietly.
The Stiltz Home Lift will plug into a dedicated, standard domestic socket, making Stiltz a viable alternative to stairlifts and other types of lifts.
How much does a Stiltz home lift cost?
|Home lift type||Stiltz Duo||Stiltz Trio|
|Price||£16,000 - £19,000||£16,000 - £19,000|
Our costs are ballpark averages – get a local tradesperson to quote now
Pricing includes standard building work and installation. These costs are indicative only. Call Stiltz Homelifts for more detailed pricing.
A Stiltz Home Lift typically start from £16,000. The cost will depend on a number of different factors, starting with the type of lift you choose.
What else affects the Stiltz Home Lift price?
The total cost of installation can vary depending on where the lift is to be installed, the layout of your home and whether any extra building work is needed to accommodate the lift.
When weighing up the costs of getting a Stiltz Home Lift installed, consider the following issues that may affect the total price:
- Installation and building work – if any key fixtures or fittings such as pipework or wiring are in the way of the lift, this may require additional work and costs to re-route
- The number of floors in your home and how many floors you would like the lift to travel
- Access issues for the installation team
- Customisation – you can add extra features to your Stiltz Home Lift if required
Another key factor is the configuration of the lift you choose.
Stiltz offers several different types, including lifts for stairwell voids/landings, sloping/vaulted ceilings, garages, cupboard-to-cupboard and more.
With so many different things to think about, and the importance of Stiltz being able to see where the lift is to be installed, it’s vital to arrange a site visit from which a customised quote can be produced for your lift installation.
Advantages of Stiltz Home Lifts
There are several different home lift brands out there, so why choose Stiltz?
Here are just a few of the reasons why this manufacturer is so popular:
- Quiet, smooth operation (especially compared to stairlifts and hydraulic lifts).
- Quick installation.
- Small, compact footprint.
- Self-contained drive system – the motor drive system sits within the roof space of the lift car.
- Plugs into an ordinary 13amp wall socket.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any maintenance costs with Stiltz home lifts?
You should get your Stiltz Home Lift serviced once a year. Any other repairs or issues should be covered under your comprehensive 12-month parts and labour warranty from Stiltz.
Do I need to pay for planning permission to have a home lift fitted?
Stiltz Home Lifts are free-standing so don’t usually require planning permission. Only a standard building notice application that will be organised by Stiltz during the installation process.
How much energy do Stiltz Home Lifts use?
Stiltz Home Lifts are powered by a standard 13 amp domestic power socket, and the manufacturer claims the lifts don’t use any more power during travel, than boiling a kettle.
I’m thinking of getting a home lift installed – what do I do next?
You’ll need to contact Stiltz Home Lift to arrange a full site survey. At this visit, your individual needs and your property can be assessed, and a personalised quotation provided.