A1 Stairlift Spares Latest News and Info

Our Tech support team engineers have worked with or for many different stairlift companies throughout there career.

So we have a extended knowledge of both Old and New Stairlifts ie:- Stannahs Stairlifts, Minivators Stairlifts, Thyssen Stairlifts, Acorn Stairlifts, Brooks Stairlifts, Bison bede Stairlifts, Platinum Stairlifts, Lift able Stairlifts, Meditek Stairlifts, Ottolift Stairlifts , Churchills Stairlifts,  this is on both straight and curved stairlifts.

We regularly help customers with Tech support on removing a stairlift, charging a stairlift, hand winding a stairlift, which model stairlift they have, which make of stairlift they have, what part they need, what is wrong with their  stairlift, what batteries they need, why its not going up and many more.

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Here are some FAQ’s

How can i tell what make of stairlift i have?  

How long will my stairlift batteries last before needing replacing?

How many times can i use my stairlift in a power cut?

Can i carry things on with me on my stairlift?

Why is my stairlift making a squeeking noise?

How many services does my stairlift need per year?

Can i turn my stairlift off while im on holiday

Where can i insure my stairlift.

Where can i get parts for my stairlift

where can i get my stairlift serviced

How do i know the engineer is genuine

Can i renew my chair on my stairlift

Can my stairlift be recycled

Can i get a grant to help me buy my stairlift

Where can i buy a heavy duty stairlift

Does anyone rent straight stairlifts?

Is my stairlift too old

Do i pay Vat on my stairlift

Does anyone rent curved stairlifts?

Where can i call to get my stairlift fixed quickly?

Is there anywhere that sells older make stairlift parts

What do i do it i am told you can not get parts anymore for my stairlift?

How old is my stairlift

Do i pay Vat on my stairlift parts

How much weight can my stairlift carry?

A1Stairlift Spares Review Page

An Update: I replaced the batteries and the power switch and now have a functional stairlift again. I believe the power switch was the main culprit. I could see discoloration on the prongs.  Although the batteries were 6  years old and as you stated they needed to be replaced.  The switch cost $3.00 and a pair of batteries $44 dollars. The PCB was not an issue as stated by the other American company, I suspect the American Company would have charged me for a new PCB anyway and labour to the tune of $500-$700.  Many thanks to you for providing support and sharing your knowledge of this product. It made it so much easier to diagnose and fix the issue. It is reassuring to have companies like yours who operate with integrity and honesty and are not out to scam and take advantage of disabled people.

I would have no hesitation in recommending your company and wish you a Merry Xmas and Happy New Year


Steve Eastham



Hello world!

Great News

A1stairlift spares has now reached out around the world to our customers helping them with parts for there old and new stairlifts along with advice and support.

New Places we have helped

  • America
  • Canada
  • France
  • Italy
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Spain

We will be adding our new customers destinations as they arrive