The Salise homelift

  • Beautifully constructed compact lift
  • Travel up to two floors at the touch of button
  • Self supporting structure for flexible placement
  • Compact footprint

Now a realistic option for your home

With a Stannah Salise in your two-storey home, at the touch of a button you’ll be able to move from one floor to another with elegance and ease.

Unlike a traditional lift, the Salise is self-supporting and doesn’t require any major structural alterations to be installed, so can be fitted practically anywhere in your home. Whether it takes you from the living room to the landing, or the study to the bedroom, your Salise can be placed to suit you and your home.

The lift can be installed without further cladding, looking stylish and compact when it is in the room and leaving a feeling of space when it is sent up or down.

Product Details

Key features

  • Compact footprint yet large enough to accommodate two people standing or one person seated
  • Offers low level access without having to create an unsightly pit on the ground floor
  • Hydraulically powered for a smooth and quiet ride
  • Pressure sensitive edges to detect any obstructions
  • Fully compliant fire seal around the aperture

Dimensions

  • Internal width: 854mm
  • Internal length: 618mm
  • Length to open door: 1477mm
  • Weight capacity: 250kg

Brochure

I would like to say I am over the moon with the lift. I would also like to thank the rep and the workmen for being polite, on time and doing a good job. I will recommend them to anyone. Sorry for the mistakes. Wishing all a very Happy Easter. Mrs B, Lancashire
Mrs B, Lancashire
Request a quote

To see how the Salise homeliftt can help you to start enjoying the things you love doing most and to arrange your free assessment, speak to a member of the team today.

Complete the boxes below and arrange to have one of our friendly team call you to discuss the right homelift solution for you.

Homelift features

BS5900:2012 compliant fire seal

The BS5900:2012 compliant fire seal around the aperture created in the ceiling/floor ensures fire protection, whether the lift is in the upper or lower position.

Self supporting structure

Self supporting structure means the lift doesn’t require enclosing or any major structural alterations for it to be installed and allows for maximum flexibility in room placement.

Pressure sensitive safety surfaces

Pressure sensitive safety surfaces stop the lift if obstructed from above or below.

Added security

For added security, the lift cannot travel unless the door is closed and the door will not open whilst the lift is travelling. In case of both mains and battery power failure, the door has a manual release facility.

Make it your own

In addition to our standard packages we offer the option to customise almost every aspect of the lift; from the type of glass to the colour of the cabin and to the type of flooring, we can help you create the perfect lift to complement your home.

Stress free installation

We manage the whole process, so you can be certain that every step is completed to our exacting standards. Your sales engineer will arrange a site survey to establish the best position for your lift and arrange any pre-installation building work in preparation for your lift. Our expert Stannah installers will agree installation at a time to suit you. This may take up to a few days, depending on your unique requirements, and only once your home is looking perfect will your lift be handed over to you, to enjoy every day.

Homelift grants and VAT

If you are eligible your local council may be able to help towards the cost of installing your homelift and adapting your home.

Grants & VAT
Choosing a homelift

A lift in your home can make life flow a little easier, not only enhancing your life, but your home too.

Choosing a homelift
Homelift FAQs

At Stannah, we work closely with our customers to ensure that we can offer you the best possible products and services.

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