Second Hand Stairlifts Recycled
We Buy Unwanted Used Stairlifts!
SORRY, BUT WE DON'T COVER SCOTLAND OR WALES
Who Will Buy My Old Stairlift?
Central Mobility buy used unwanted second hand Stairlifts. If you have an old unwanted used Stairlift to sell that is no longer needed, Central Mobility will buy back and remove good quality second hand stairlifts and remove it for free! Central Mobility are always looking for good quality used Stairlifts such as Acorn stairlifts, Brooks stairlifts and Bespoke Synergy straight stairlifts to recondition. If you are looking to sell a second hand unwanted Stairlift that is LESS THAN 5 years old, then take a look below at the list of Stairlifts we prefer and then give us a call. For stairlift removals on stair lifts around or older than 5 years old, there could be a removal fee.
If you can't see your make or model listed below, then we may still be interested. Please contact us with as much information as possible including photos showing the full lift, remote controls, original paperwork with history and serial number. On receipt of this we will take a look and reply if it is something we would consider.
Please use our contact form below to send us an email enquiry regarding your unwanted Stairlift. If you don't see the make and model or your location in the drop down options then it is not a manufacturer or area that we deal with or cover.
You can use the file upload feature to include any additional information such as photos, service history etc.
What Type Of Stairlift Do I Have?
Using the form below you can tell us more information about your stairlift which helps us to make a more informed decision as to whether it is of interest to us or not.
The following images help explain how to find the requested information and how to identify any auxiliary options it may have fitted.
What is the model of my Brooks Acorn stairlift?
The model number on a Brooks Acorn stairlift helps us to identify the age of the stairlift. The model number is usually printed on a label fixed to the motor carriage cover. On earlier models it was directly under the seat post, above the key switch. On later models this was relocated to the lower side of the motor cover as indicated in the picture. This label also shows the serial number which normally has twelve numbers and a letter at the end.
What is the make of my stairlift?
The make of your stairlift is important because some are more desirable than others. This can have an impact on the value of the stairlift as certain manufacturers parts are considerably more expensive than others. You can usually find the manufacturers name on a sticker underneath the arm along with a phone number. The operating key may also have a key ring supplied with the name on it. The Brooks Acorn stairlift has a large logo moulded into the surface of the footrest. This can be seen when the footrest is folded up as in the picture.
What is meant by auxiliary equipment?
All stairlift manufacturers offer a list of optional extras for their equipment to make life easier for the user. These options aren't always required and can impede the value of used stairlifts. The least desirable option is a folding hinged rail. These are beneficial to prevent tripping hazzards when installed with a doorway across the bottom of the stairs. However, modern staircases rarely require this option and a new replacement rail is required to enable the stairlift to be reloacted correctly. Motorised powered swivel seats and linked footrests are also certain salesmen's favourites but rarely needed.
"We recently moved in to a property which had an unwanted Stairlift fitted that we didn't have any use for. We called Central Mobility to see if they bought or removed old used Stairlifts. They helped us identify the make and model and arranged to remove it a few days later. Unfortunately due to it's age it wasn't worth anything but we were happy with the service they provided and to have the staircase clear"
Verity Nelson, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
"My father recently went in to a nursing home and we needed to sell our Stannah Stairlift. I found Central Mobility on the internet and was asked to send some basic information and a picture of the Stairlift via the contact form on the website. I was very pleased to get a quick reply and be told that it was worth £100. I was happy with that and dad received a bit of spending money"
Wayne Allcroft, Hinckley, Leicester