Leodis Goes Grand Slam for Yorkshire Day

For more than 25 years, Leodis stairlifts have been specialising in giving people access to different parts of their respective buildings. In the last 20 years, our speciality became even finer when we began to focus on giving people more access and mobility within their own home. With humble origins in Leeds, we have expanded […]

Recent Residential Stairlift Installation in Yeadon

Through our professionalism in delivering and installing stairlifts to homes up and down the country, we have been called out to a wide range of areas of late. One of our most recent installations took us to the small town of Yeadon, located in between Leeds and Bradford. Yeadon is a popular residential area for […]

Leodis Install Stairlift on Halifax Church

Mobility can be an extremely distressing part of a disabled or elderly person’s life. Not only is it difficult and often painful to move, it can also be very upsetting. Mobility issues often lead to a person isolating themselves – feeling as if they cannot do the things they know and love or perhaps did […]

Leodis Install Minivator 950 in Kiverton Park Home

It’s been a busy month for the Leodis team and recently our experienced engineers were set with the task of installing the Minivator 950 simplicity stairlift, for an elderly couple who had been struggling to get upstairs for some time, requiring some extra help. The lady of the household admitted that when her husband was […]

Could you get a grant for your stairlift?

There may be an easy solution to funding your stairlift. We work hard to keep the price of our stairlifts low whilst protecting quality and ensuring our customers get great after sales service. But sometimes even that’s not enough to make a stairlift easily affordable. Yet a government scheme could help you with costs – […]

Should I buy a reconditioned stairlift on eBay?

You’re thinking of buying a stairlift but you’re on a budget. Reconditioned stairlifts seem a natural way to go, but is eBay the place to buy? ‘Let the buyer beware’ – the central plank of British contract law that requires anyone buying anything to take the time to check that what they’re purchasing is the […]

Living with Motor Neurone Disease

An article in The Independent shines a light on the financial realities of living with MND. It’s still the case that when people think of stairlifts, they think of the elderly. Yet we’ve long been supplying stairlifts across the North to people who prove that’s very far from the complete picture. Motor Neurone Disease is […]

Leodis Golf Day hits big for hospice

Our golf day may have been a big success, but the real winner was Overgate Hospice in Elland. Last month in the blog we were gearing up for the annual Leodis Stairlifts Golf Day, the 8th edition of an event that’s become the Mayweather vs McGregor of the stairlift world. Held on 11 August at […]

The Friday night callout

It’s 10pm, Friday night. One Leodis customer can’t get her stairlift to move, which means she can’t get to bed. What happens next? Lots of stairlift companies advertise a ‘24hr service’. But they don’t always mean the service is staffed by people. More often than not, if you experience a stairlift problem late in the […]

26 years and counting…

When Leodis installed its first stairlift back in 1991, we couldn’t imagine how far we’d come. To celebrate, we’re still giving £26 to charity for every stairlift bought during our 26th birthday year. We probably should have kept a score from day one, but although we don’t have a precise figure for the number of […]