Wessex Through-Floor Home Lifts are designed to, and suceed in, bridging the gap between the ease of installation and convenience of a stairlift, whilst retaining much of the functionality of 'real' home passenger lifts.
They work without the use of a lift shaft, meaning that these lifts don't take up too much space in your home.
Our range of products provide a popular selection for Occupational Therapists, carers, and other healthcare professionals, as well as people who just want to future-proof their homes.
We're proud to say that our VM is the most popular home lift in the UK, with over 10,000 sold, over a 20 year period.Find Out Why
Initially designed for the USA, this lift is aesthetically designed, carefully engineered and highly functional.Find Out More
Our newest lift! Designed to be a replacement for the traditional stairlift, it takes up a minimum of space in the home.Find Out How
A Home Lift is more affordable than you might imagine. They are designed specifically to be a realistic alternative to the stair lift, and a simple home lift from Wessex will end up costing you around the same cost as a high specification stair lift.
The best way to find out how much your home lift will cost is to get in contact with us to speak to one of our knowledgeable and friendly Customer Care Team.
The affordability of our through-floor lift is not reflected in its quality!
We design and manufacture all of our lifts at our headquarters in Romsey, Hampshire, in order to ensure consistent high quality. We have a showroom here too, so if you want to see our lifts in action, please get in contact and give us a visit!
Our lifts are easy to find a place for and even easier to install. A standard Wessex Home Lift shouldn't take more than 2 days to fit.
With minimal building work, they represent a perfect balance between the ease of installation you get with a traditional stairlift (without the downsides, including having to obstruct your staircase) and the dignified travel experience that comes with a passenger lift (without taking up a lot of space in the home and without having the disruption of major building works).
Call a member of our office-based Sales Team to arrange a visit from a Sales Manager.
Receive a site survey from a Wessex Area Sales Manager to get an idea of cost and find a spot for the lift.
Once a date has been agreed upon, installation usually takes 1 or 2 days depending on model.