It's difficult enough for many people to budget for the purchase of an accessibility devic
If you're in charge of a small building (either you own it or are in charge of running/m
This time of year, many people turn their thoughts more toward the outdoors after being coo
Mobility and accessibility issues are very common.
Some people are intimidated by the buying process.
Do you need to increase efficiency in a warehouse setting?
It may seem like an odd consideration, but it's also one that's difficult to assess unle
Need an accessibility solution that won't involve constructing a hoistway or cost an arm and a leg?
Need an elevator for your building? You have a variety of options from which to choose, so you can really pick out the exact model that fits your needs.
Staircases pose different accessibility obstacles depending on how the rest of a particular building is structured.
ADA compliance affects many people, including those with disabilities (and their loved ones), as well as private employers with 15 or more employees, businesses operating for the benefit of the pub
One of the biggest fears for the elderly is the prospect of losing their independence. For starters, it means they won’t be able to remain in the home they’ve known for so long.
Not everyone has the luxury of moving from floor to floor without a second thought. In fact, for some, staircases and floor level changes represent barriers that require tools to overcome.
Stair lifts, wheelchair lifts, elevators, and other types of lifts are highly specialized devices that have their own peculiarities and subtle nuances.
Ideally, wheelchair access should be efficient and affordable for the building owner.
A home elevator can be an awesome way to alleviate the aggravation of moving difficult items from one floor to another, as well as a wonderful investment.
We know you have various options when it comes to purchasing a stair lift, so we want to make sure you understand the benefits of purchasing from Transitions.
Everyone wants to start off the year just right. For some, that means New Year's resolutions about fitness, money, or behavior.
2016 has been another fantastic and rewarding year here at Transitions.
Running a business is a fast-paced endeavor, one where you find yourself wearing many different hats over the course of the day.