Welcome to Caltech Lifts Ltd

Established in 1978, Caltech Lifts Limited is now one of Scotland’s leading suppliers and maintainers of Lifts and Stairlifts. From initial design through to installation and commissioning, we can supply and install a range of Passenger Lifts, Goods Only Lifts, Service Lifts, Platform Lifts,Disabled Access Lifts and Stairlifts throughout Scotland and Northern England.

Highly respected throughout Scotland’s Business Community, Caltech is a trusted supplier across both Public and Private Sectors including Local Government, Health, Construction, Oil/ Energy Sector, Property Developers and Architects.

Caltech Lifts have gained an enviable reputation for Quality of Work, Customer Service and Customer Satisfaction. As a family run business we pride ourselves on Customer Care which has been and will continue to be at the forefront of our company.

With our 40th year of being in business around the corner (2018), 2nd generation of  the Renwick family at the helm, a dedicated and skilled team of engineers and office staff, ISO 9001 QMS, OHSAS 18001 accredited, Safe Contractor and Construction Line accreditation, active Lift and Escalator Industry Association members with Directors attending all council meetings to keep up with the latest standards/matters concerning our industry.... we are a company to trust and deliver on all your lift and stairlift requirements.

These are just a few of our testimonials that our customers have given us, recommending our services to others.

We offer a range of new lifts, including passenger lifts, goods & service lifts, and disabled access lifts

Our reputation as one of Scotland’s leading suppliers of lifts has been gained by delivering high quality and reliable lifts across a variety of public and private works. Our lifts can be found in some of Scotland's most impressive buildings such as McManus Galleries, Dundee - Taymouth Castle, Kenmore - Fasque House, Fettercairn - Aberdeen Exhibition Centre, Aberdeen - Edinburgh Festival Centre (The Hub) - Chester Hotel, Aberdeen - Kinpurnie Castle, Newtyle, Queens Crescent, Gleneagles, Royal and Ancient Golf Club, St Andrews.

Our manufacturer's are based across Europe with many based in the UK, Italy, Spain and Germany. Having the flexibility to purchase lifts from any one of our supply chain allows us to ensure we offer the very best package to suit both our client's budget and design requirements.

Our Service Department maintain a wide variety of makes and models of lifts and stairlifts, from lifts dating back to 1900's and powered by water pressure to modern day state of the art lift systems. We maintain a wide variety of brands and makes of lifts including Schindler, Otis, Thyssen Krupp, Stannah, Kone, Orona, Kleemann, IGV, Doppler, Lester, Elex, Wittur, ILE, Electro Victoria, Semag, Thames Valley.

Caltech also understands the importance and reliance clients have on their lifts to be fully operational, and as such Caltech have engineers that are strategically located across Scotland and Northern England to ensure lift maintenance and repairs can be delivered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year round.

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Just reflecting on some of the amazing people we transported in our 4x4’s during the bad weather - Care Home staff, doctors, nurses, care support workers... many of them meant to be on holiday or had already worked a full week, but came in to relieve tired colleagues! #teamwork

Caltech 4x4 winter response team getting to our stairlift client who was stuck upstairs and needed her stairlift back working in the outskirts of Kinross! Well done team! That was pretty tough conditions to be out in!!