Toilet Lifts. What are they and why do I need one?

If you have balance or leg-strength issues and can’t go to the toilet unaided, then an Aerolet toilet lift could be just the help you need. We know how challenging it can be if you are having difficulty getting on and off the toilet. And we also understand that for some people this can be a difficult subject to talk about and to seek help with.

Supplied in either ‘tilting’ or ‘vertical’ action, a Toilet Lift reduces a resident’s risk of falls and injuries, enhances their dignity and independence, and decreases reliance on carers. It does this by replicating the natural motion of standing up and sitting down. Gently raising and lowering the user accurately into position over the toilet as required whilst enabling their feet to remain in contact with the floor, maintaining balance.

Closomat Compatible Aerolet Toilet Lifts

The combination of an Aerolet and a Closomat Toilet is often referred to as the ultimate in accessible toileting.

The action of controlled lowering on to the Closomat Toilet, followed by it’s superior washing and drying action, provides independent cleanliness.

Closomat Compatible <span>Aerolet Toilet Lifts</span>

Conventional Toilet Compatible Lifts

With models to suit most UK bathrooms, the Aerolet range of toilet lifts provides the ideal solution for residents who require dignity and independence when they go to the toilet.

Conventional Toilet <span>Compatible Lifts</span>

Your questions answered

Put simply, a toilet lift fits over your toilet and helps you get on and off safely and unaided.

Similar to a riser recliner armchair in the living room, a toilet lift replicates the natural motion of sitting down and standing up, but in the bathroom. So, if you have balance or leg-strength issues and can’t go to the toilet unaided, the Aerolet toilet lift is the product for you.

Unlike other brands, Aerolet toilet lifts have tilting or vertical models. The tilting version suits people with strength and control over their lower half and can support themselves when the lift lowers them down and back up again. The vertical version is better for those people with upper body strength that may need to lock their legs to gain control whilst they travel up and down. In addition, the vertical is an ideal solution for different height levels required for wheelchair transfer.

No. With one button for up and one for down, it could not be simpler. Conveniently mounted in the armrest, either on the left or right hand side, you are in full control of both the rise and descent.

No, not at all. Your distributor can recommend a professional installer who has the relevant experience, as can we. The Aerolet toilet lift range is robust and extremely easy to install – securely fitting to the toilet and wired into the property like your shower.

The Aerolet brand of toilet lifts are extremely versatile. They can be fitted over all types of toilets from conventional floor-standing WC’s through to wall-mounted wash and dry toilets. Additionally, they can be equipped with optional extras to further person- alise the lifter to suit your requirements, such as different seats or up/down controls.

We know that everyone is different, even if they have the same disability or condition. That’s why we have designed the Aerolet range to be flexible and customisable. Simply choose between vertical or tilting lift action and we will do the rest.

We’re UK-based and the leading specialists who invented the wash and dry toilet over 60 years ago. We’re also specialists in supporting people who need a helping hand with their toileting needs, and we design, manufacture and maintain our own products.

The Aerolet toilet lift range starts from as little as £3150.00. Toilet lifts may be eligible for either full or partial funding through the Disabled Facilities Grant. To find out more, visit gov.uk/disabled-facilities-grants or call us.