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Many buildings still have poor accessibility.

This is a common question for Transitions customers. In fact, it's not a stretch to say that this question comes up with every potential customer we encounter.

Many people (especially those new to accessibility products) wonder why some people install curved rail stair lifts instead of straight rail stair lifts.

Purchasing a stair lift can be a complicated decision, one that brings up many questions and curiosities.

To be great in the accessibility business, you need excellent manufacturers supplying dependable, innovative products. And that's just what we have here at Transitions Lift + Elevator.

Even though home accessibility products have been around for years now, some people still don't think of them, even when they encounter home accessibility issues of their own.

Managing a public building isn't always easy. Meeting the needs of the general public can be demanding because you're essentially tasked with trying to please everyone all the time.

Matching up the right product for a particular building servicing particular needs yields the best results.

Home accessibility products like stair lifts, wheelchair lifts, and elevators have been around for a long time now, but some people still have little to no first-hand experience with them.

One of the ways we approach our business is through educating customers who may not be familiar with our products.

Multilevel living in a two-story home or a home with a basement has many attractive features.

It probably comes as no surprise that most homes were not built with a home elevator in mind.

Versatility is a great attribute to have. In business, companies that change with the times tend to survive. Employees that adapt to new situations are valuable and successful.

Most of the time, we sell stair lifts to customers who will get use from them for many years to come.

While the spring certainly has been a bit wet and cool this year, it's definitely time to enjoy the great outdoors once again.

For those fortunate enough not to need accessibility products to move vertically in buildings, it's easy to take this freedom of movement for granted.

Maybe you recently acquired a building, and it's going to be accessed generally by the public in your community. You want it to be accessible to everyone, so what do you do?

Economic factors are inescapable in life. And for many people, the struggle to get by doesn’t leave a lot of room for error.

Transitions Lift + Elevator has built its reputation over the years by providing complete services for stair lifts, wheelchair lifts, and elevators.

Wheelchair lifts are essential for multilevel homes occupied by a wheelchair user. This includes a change in level at the front or back porch of the home, too.

Elevator & Lift Installation & Service Professionals