The cost of a Curved Stair Lift will vary based upon the type of turn, number of turns, length, options and length of warranty. We recently installed a Custom Curved Stair Lift in a home with a spiral stairway. Our customer was quoted $24,000.00 by a competitor but, we provided a Custom Made, Made in the USA, highly rated Bruno Custom Curved Elite stair lift on the very same stairway for $10,000.00 less!
The company that quoted the curved stair lift for $10,000 more, buy stair lifts from various manufacturers and puts their name on them. They aggressively market themselves as being "Easy" and "Local". It appears they make it easy to over pay but, they are not local. The website only offers vague information (at best) regarding the stair lifts they offer for sale. A check of the Better Business Bureau finds this company is not accredited by the BBB and has no file on this company. Rather, the BBB refers you to another company that has over 30 complaints in the past 2 years. Yet, another attempt to deceive.
It is unfortunate that some companies attempt to deceive consumers into thinking they are a manufacterur when they are not. And, present themselves as "local" when they operate nationwide. A good place to start is to check the Better Business Bureau file on the manufacturer and the dealer you are contacting. BBB Accreditation and number of complaints in the file, is a good leading indicator of what you can expect from a company. In this case, no BBB file should be a huge red flag. Word of mouth is a pretty good way to find a honest and caring stair lift dealer.
We like it when potential customers tell us they have talked with other stair lift providers because, they are better able to recognize a fair price for a quality product. It pays to shop around and be highly sceptical of extremely high or low ball pricing. A quality Custom Curved Stair Lift will usually run between $9,500 and $15,000 including delivery, istallation and two or more years of warranty. And, we prefer a Curved Stair Lift made in the USA.