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If you own a building that is traveled by the general public, chances are that you’ve had to address accessibility issues.

So many people face challenges within their own homes, whether it’s climbing stairs to get to the bedroom or accessing storage in the basement.

Purchasing an elevator for your home is a big decision.

Transitions Lift + Elevator is the #1 Bruno stair lift installer in the area. We cover Lexington, Cincinnati, Louisville, and points in between and around those cities with our professional staff.

For some, the answer is obvious. A home elevator represents renewed freedom and the restoration of mobility throughout a home or building.

Anyone can gather that installing a home elevator, stair lift, or wheelchair lift rises above the usual do-it-yourself home improvement project; however, it should be noted that even amongst the pr

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Our Savaria vertical wheelchair lift is a great option for both indoor and outdoor applications.

For those who may be on the fence about purchasing a home elevator, we offer several reasons in favor of it that you may or may not have considered.

If you are in charge of a condo, low-rise office, or place of worship, the chances are very strong that you will need an elevator to help visitors and occupants move from to floor to floor in the b

For years now, Transitions Lift + Elevator has serviced Lexington, Louisville, Cincinnati, and all points in between for accessibility needs across the board.

It can be a helpless feeling to live in a home that you love where mobility is dictated by a staircase you no longer feel safe in using.

Sometimes accessibility is all about getting around better inside your home or building, but other times it just has to do with entering and exiting the structure itself.

Hope you’re having a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend! It’s hard to believe the holidays are already upon us once again.

While many people have experienced stair lifts in indoor settings, it’s important to remember that stairs are everywhere—including in the great outdoors.

Lots of businesses can sell products. There are multiple examples on just about every street corner.

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Do you suffer from joint pain? Have you ever had to take the stairs in your own home by scooting up and down on your bottom? If so, you’re not alone.

Whether it's ADA-compliance or some other regulation, building owners have certain ways that they must comply to make accommodations for different types of accessibility needs.

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