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Home elevators perform important functions. They allow people who have a hard time getting up and down floors to safely move within the different floors of a house. They also prevent injuries caused by carrying heavy loads up and down stairs.

Wheelchair users run up against obstacles in their daily lives all the time. While public buildings are far more accessible than they used to be, the world is an imperfect place with rugged terrain all over the place.

When you're faced with accessibility questions, it's good to know what your options are. Whether it's a sudden issue that someone in the home is facing due to illness or injury or a lifelong struggle, accessibility challenges can be addressed.

There are many industries that need items moved from one floor of operations to another floor. The way in which that work is achieved varies due to conditions, available resources, and many other factors.

Working on a budget? Who isn't, right? Well, then you may be interested in shopping our refurbished stair lift collection. This gives our customers one more way to get the accessibility assistance they need.

No one enjoys experiencing difficulties getting where they need to go. While most of us take for granted going up and down stairs in the home, at the office, and out in the general public, for some even one stair presents an insurmountable obstacle.

Transitions Lift + Elevator is your top lift and elevator resource, and we take our role in the community very seriously. Besides installing and servicing lifts and elevators for our customers, we also offer additional resources for builders and architects.

Faced with the need for a wheelchair lift, it can be a confusing decision for most people. What are the options? Which wheelchair lift makes the most sense for you and your building? What differences actually matter to those who use them?

Not all stair lifts are created the same. That's because they're made by different manufacturers competing against one another in the same industry, which leads to design alterations and various feature enhancements.

We talk a lot about home elevators because we want to make sure everyone understands their options when it comes time to making a buying decision. We also want people to know we're a resource for safety, maintenance, and repair.

Accessibility issues can crop up at a moment's notice. While it's true that some people deal with accessibility concerns all their lives, for others it takes aging, injury, or a houseguest to produce an access need.

In the market for a stair lift? If so, make sure you do your research ahead of time and get the best one to suit your needs.

It's been another amazing year for us here at Transitions, and we owe it all to our great customers and our loyal and talented coworkers! We take great pride in what we do here, and helping people is a very rewarding vocation.

Accessibility products are subjected to a fair amount of wear and tear. Whether you're talking about a stair lift, a wheelchair lift, or a home elevator, you're dealing with powerful devices that are moving a lot of weight vertically within a structure.

Everyone is vulnerable to accessibility challenges. Whether you're wealthy and can afford to purchase whatever you need or you're frankly struggling just to get by, you can find yourself in need of an accessibility solution.

Often, we look at stair lifts, wheelchair lifts, and home elevators as tools used by only a certain fraction of the public. And at a surface view, one might conclude that only those who directly use them feel the impact.

Transitions Lift + Elevator is your local expert when it comes to home elevators. No matter what your need may be, we can find the right model and make any necessary modifications so that you enjoy a lifetime of home elevator ownership.

On this Thanksgiving Day (Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!) we here at Transitions Lift + Elevator certainly have a lot to be thankful for again this year. And during this season of thanks, we also reflect back on all the people we've had the good fortune to help.

While most of the time, we encounter situations where people want stair lifts installed on a permanent basis, there are situations when it does make more sense to rent a stair lift for a temporary amount of time.

If you've never experienced accessibility limitations, it can be hard to imagine what it's really like. For most of us, moving up and down from one level to another is a task that requires no thought and takes place while we concentrate on other things.


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