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Here's a product that can be used a lot of different ways. Whether you need an indoor lift or an outdoor lift, this Savaria commercial vertical platform lift is perfect for just about any type of short travel requirements.

Though everyone is a candidate for a stair lift, wheelchair lift, or elevator, it's not always easy for everyone to afford what they need. And no one should have to choose between paying their essential bills and affording the accessibility help they need.

No one wants to experience limitations to their mobility. Whether mobility issues come about suddenly or over the course of a lifetime, the problem needs to be addressed to improve quality of life.

As much as we'd like it to be the case, lifts and elevators don't run forever without proper service. Even the best brands require care and attention in order to run their best and last as long as possible.

Want a home elevator with style? Look no further than a vacuum elevator from Transitions. Unlike other elevator types, vacuum elevators are driven by air and lack the larger footprint of a traditional elevator.

Purchasing an item new is not always the best choice for every consumer. Sometimes it's a matter of making an economic decision, while other times it may be a case of desiring a particular model that's no longer in production.

It doesn't do a customer any good if you offer a service they can use but they can't get to you. And since we deal with accessibility issues with our products themselves, we are especially attuned to the dilemmas our customers face regarding movement and access.

It's difficult enough for many people to budget for the purchase of an accessibility device such as a wheelchair lift. Add to that an increase in utility bills, and you can start to have some real concerns about the future.

If you're in charge of a small building (either you own it or are in charge of running/maintaining it) you know firsthand just how many issues need to be covered on a continuing basis.

This time of year, many people turn their thoughts more toward the outdoors after being cooped up all winter. And while it's easy enough for most of us to leave the house and soak up the spring warmth, that same action is not easy for someone with mobility concerns.

Mobility and accessibility issues are very common. And many times these issues progress gradually and aren't so cut and dried. At the end of the day, it isn't always easy to identify the exact moment when something like a stair lift would improve quality of life.

Some people are intimidated by the buying process. Especially when it comes to large decisions, like purchasing a lift or elevator, some people clam up and either don't ask for the help they need or abandon the idea altogether.

Do you need to increase efficiency in a warehouse setting? Do your employees have to carry heavy loads between multiple levels of the warehouse? If you answered yes, then you are an excellent candidate for a lift from Transitions.

It may seem like an odd consideration, but it's also one that's difficult to assess unless you're actually in it yourself. From the outside, it may seem like an easy decision to move away from a home that no longer works well with your physical needs.

Need an accessibility solution that won't involve constructing a hoistway or cost an arm and a leg? If you have wheelchair accessibility needs, then you should consider an inclined wheelchair stair lift from Transitions Lift + Elevator.

Need an elevator for your building? You have a variety of options from which to choose, so you can really pick out the exact model that fits your needs. But with all the options that are out there, how do you know which one to choose?

Staircases pose different accessibility obstacles depending on how the rest of a particular building is structured. In some homes, for example, the main staircase has a curve to it, making the issue more complicated than just a straight up-and-down journey.

ADA compliance affects many people, including those with disabilities (and their loved ones), as well as private employers with 15 or more employees, businesses operating for the benefit of the public, and all state and local government agencies.

One of the biggest fears for the elderly is the prospect of losing their independence. For starters, it means they won’t be able to remain in the home they’ve known for so long. An AARP study found that more than 90 percent of people over the age of 65 want to remain at home as they age.

Not everyone has the luxury of moving from floor to floor without a second thought. In fact, for some, staircases and floor level changes represent barriers that require tools to overcome. Thankfully, those types of tools exist and are available in a variety of methods.


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