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Whenever you begin research on making a larger purchase, you inevitably weigh the various costs. Stairlifts are no different.

Not all buildings were constructed with accessibility in mind. In fact, many structures need to be corrected so that everyone can access all levels with ease. New construction needs to have accessibility as a priority, as well.

As you get older, keeping your home is a big deal. Maintaining your normal lifestyle has tremendous value, and one of the top concerns people have about aging is the ability to live in the same family home they've known and loved.

Want all the benefits of a home elevator packaged in the convenience and ease of a chair form? If so, you are a prime candidate for a home stair lift, which allows you to travel by chair up and down a staircase.

For people facing accessibility challenges, a staircase can pose an almost insurmountable challenge. And considering that people face staircases of varying heights each day, this is a problem that simply cannot be ignored.

Making a decision on purchasing a stairlift takes careful consideration and lots of information. Make sure you consider all of the facts before you make your buying decision so that you don't end up regretting it later.

For years, we have discussed how stair lifts have changed people's lives for the better. We are passionate about what we do because we see the difference it makes, and stair lifts are a big part of that positive change.

Owning and running a public building has certain responsibilities. You need to make certain your building is safe and accessible so that the people who use it have a positive experience both inside and around its perimeter.

Accessibility issues can strike anyone at any time. Accidents and injuries can change a home that was previously suitable into an area that is difficult (or even impossible) to navigate and manage.

Public and commercial buildings operate under a special set of circumstances. Unlike private homes, they need to be easily utilized by everyone, not just those who live in them. At times, that poses some accessibility challenges.

Everyone has encountered vertical platform lifts in various public buildings over the years. But did you realize that you can have a vertical platform lift installed at your residence, as well?

Maybe you can't picture where an elevator would go in your home or maybe you just like the idea of an elevator with a limited imprint on your home's space. Either way, you'll want to know more about through-the-floor elevators.

Ever considered adding an elevator to your home? These days, it's a lot easier than you'd think, and there are a lot of great reasons why you should. Let Transitions Lift + Elevator show you the possibilities for your home.

Not all staircases are built the same. Some are built with the benefit of a simple, straight shot from one floor to the next floor. However, others have some unavoidable twists and turns (as well as landings) along the way.

Sometimes we all need a lift in life. And while for some of us, this is a figurative need, for others it's quite literal indeed, especially for those who struggle with or cannot move up and down stairs on their own power.

There are various options when it comes to accommodating the accessibility needs of wheelchair users. Which option you select depends on many variables, but oftentimes a wheelchair lift is the best decision.

We frequently make a point of how involved Transitions Lift + Elevator is in the accessibility industry. We do this to make a distinction between those who dabble in stair lifts and elevators versus what it takes to become established as an industry leader.

People with accessibility needs don't always know where to turn for help. Accessibility challenges can pop up out of the blue as a shock, and if you've never imagined needing help, thee's no reason yo would know what to do first.

Over the years, stair lifts have helped so many people regain their independence within the home and restore their access to all parts of the house. Given that, it would be a shame for anyone to encounter obstacles on their way to getting the help they need.

This time of year, as winter gives way to spring, and warmer weather becomes more prevalent, thoughts begin to turn toward outside activities. After long months of being cooped up, it can be energizing and motivating to engage once again in outdoor living.


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