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Wheelchair access is important wherever steps may be found. Whether it's inside a building or outside on a porch or deck, the same issue of access presents itself. A wheelchair lift is a great solution for this dilemma.

Taking proper care of your lift or elevator is one of the best ways to ensure you maximize the life of your product. With so many people out there offering shortcut methods with no guarantees, customers can become confused about where to turn.

Getting up and down from one floor to another can be difficult for some home residents. Whether due to injury, age, or illness, there are a variety of reasons people experience challenges when it comes to using multiple levels within a home.

Do you have a question about a stair lift, wheelchair lift, elevator, or any other type of mechanical lift? If the answer is "yes" then you've come to the right place because Transitions specializes in all types of lifts and elevators.

Warehouse work is hard work, and those who perform it deserve all the help they can get. That includes everything from assistance getting products and materials into place to safer machinery to help minimize on-site risks.

Limited use, limited application elevators are typically referred to as LULA elevators for short, and they are very popular options for low-rise buildings that need to offer public accessibility from multiple floors.

You deserve full service. Lifts and elevators represent a large investment, and they can be complicated to install and service for those who have no experience with them. It's nice to have somewhere to turn when you have questions or concerns.

When it comes to staircase configurations, there are a lot of different designs. Especially within buildings with high ceilings, you often see stairs broken up with a landing in the middle to prevent the stairwell from becoming too large.

You've come to the right place, and Transitions can help you with your decision, no matter what your needs may be. In fact, everyone's situation is different, so it's really important to seek the advice of an expert before making a buying decision.

Part of becoming someone's trusted retail location is proximity. It's difficult (if not impossible) to build a long-term customer relationship with someone who can't reach your location easily and conveniently.

Many people don't encounter stair lifts in their everyday lives until the time comes when they need one. This being the case, it is very common for perspective buyers to have a lot of questions when they begin searching for their own stair lift.

Many times, accessibility products are about moving people from one floor of a building to another floor in a building. We see this in action via elevators, stair lifts, and wheelchair lifts, just to name a few.

It's easy to get swept up by fast talking salespeople, especially when you don't know all there is to know about a subject. Unfortunately, we hear stories about this frequently in the stair lift, wheelchair lift, and elevator markets.

Over the years, we have encountered some real disasters when it comes to self-installed lifts. Not only do unforeseen problems cause a financial strain, they also present a real safety issue for the lift users.

Installing an elevator into an existing home can be a real undertaking because the original builder didn't make any accommodations that would ease the process.

People find themselves in the market for home accessibility products for a variety of reasons. Some are looking for comfort, while others are seeking basic accessibility either indoors or outdoors.

It's one thing to sell something, but it's an altogether different story to sell something and then always be there whenever the customer needs help. At Transitions, we believe strongly in customer service and ensuring we always perform our duties professionally and cheerfully.

Sometimes people get so involved in the details of stair lifts, wheelchair lifts, and elevators that they forget to take a step back and remember just exactly what is at stake with each installation.

Purchasing a stair lift, wheelchair lift, elevator, dumbwaiter, or some other type of lift mechanism is invariably a complex task. You have many things to consider, including type of lift, cost, and desired outcome following the installation.

Battery life is a concern with everything from cars to laptops and cell phones. And while batteries can last for years, everyone expects (and hopes) their products will outlive the life of their battery.


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