Since 1978, Caltech’s reputation as one of Scotland’s Leading Suppliers of Stairlifts has been gained by delivering reliable and affordable stairlift equipment to our clients. Throughout the years Caltech has been a long standing trusted supplier to Scotland’s Local Councils, Social Work Departments and Health Sectors.

We have a network of qualified engineers who have years of experience repairing and servicing stairlifts. We have a large stock of spare parts available for a wide range of stairlifts including straight and curved models. All models and features are designed to meet customer needs and fitting is simple and straightforward.

We are one of the few companies in the UK that supply and install curved stairlifts. Curved stairlifts are custom-built to fit specific staircase requirements and ensure safety and comfort.

Our polite and friendly, qualified stairlift engineers are always capable of finding a solution for your stairlift problem. We always seek the most practical and cost effective way to fix your stairlift and with our experience, we are able to fix stairlifts that are battery operated, electric chain driven, curved or straight.

Without obligation and in confidence, Caltech’s experienced and trusted surveyors will provide you with a personal service from the outset and guide you through the available options specific to your individual needs.

Give us a call today to find out more about our stairlift installations or to get a free quote on your project.

Straight Stair Lift

  • 19 stone (127kg) standard rating, Heavy Duty units available up to 30 stone (190kg)
  • Fixed to the stair treads not the wall
  • Powered Hinge (required if stairlift track could cause an obstruction across a doorway)
  • Powered Footrest (to assist with folding stairlift into compact position)
  • Powered Swivel Chair (to safely assist user to and fro the stairlift at the top of the stairs)
  • Controls on either left or right armrest
  • Slim fold away design
  • Hand held remote controls allow user to ‘call’ or ‘send’ the stairlift up and down the stairs
  • Safety sensors located on footrests and carriage which will automatically stop the lift if an obstruction is encountered
  • Digital diagnostic display
  • Quiet, safe and easy to use!
  • 12 month Warranty with all orders as standard. Further warranty extensions are available.
Curved Stair LiftALL the features noted in our straight stairlifts apply to our range of curved stairlifts too! In addition please see the following features:
  • The majority of our stairlift installations can be installed within 10 days of placement of order due to the very unique modular design of the stairlift track. The normal time frame is approximately 4 weeks.
  • Due to the modular design our ‘Brooks 80’ stairlift rails are extremely slimline
  • Self leveling transport system (adjusts the speed and levels of the seat when moving around corners)
Highly competitive prices, quality equipment and responsive customer service combine to ensure you benefit from operating the latest and most reliable passenger lifts available. For sample drawings of our range of hydraulic and traction passenger lifts or for any questions please contact us.

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Great to have such a dedicated team + friends in the industry! we have a lift off in a care home who are desperate to get it back working, new drive and possibly motor needed. So off one of our guys goes to Birmingham to pick up parts from lift guys we know down there!

Nice to feature in the latest edition of Business Insider where our MD discusses how we use tech to improve productivity and scale the business. (top right photo of Directors Andrew and Fraser during a major lift replacement project in 2016) Thanks @Insidermag #lifts#technology

Delighted to come and support the grand opening of @LaunchIt_Dundee Watch this space as this will be a hub of activity for young entrepreneurs looking to develop their start-ups. #youngentrepreneurs #dundeestartups

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Great LEIA meeting yesterday in London, lots to discuss - lift standards/Brexit/ apprencticeships/project bank accounts/the new site safety handbook/ recent successful LiftEx event but probably the topic that was discussed in most depth was Health and Safety. Discussing our industry stats on reportable accidents and reflecting on the numbers. But also many discussions had on the recent coroners report sadly of a fatality that happened in a care home in Manchester. Coroner report questioning LOLER inspector qualifications, how there are no formal minimum standards to be a lift engineer + a host of other concerns. For us in the lift industry it brought the age old concern of a lack of supplementary tests being requested by LOLER inspection bodies. We are sure there will be more to come from this via HSE down the line ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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It’s great to have such a dedicated and hard working team plus friends in the industry! Currently we have a lift off in a care home who are desperate to get it back in operation, new drive and possibly motor needed. Our friends at Ikonic Lifts in Redditch had the exact one we needed so one of our guys volunteered to drive down this afternoon, pick parts up tomorrow morning and drive back up so our repair team can fit it!! Very grateful to our guy Chris and to Paul at Ikonic!! #goingabovendbeyond #customerservice #roadtrip ... See MoreSee Less

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Party continues post #LiftEx2019 with our supplier and industry friends! ... See MoreSee Less