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Understandably, most customers don't know much about stair lifts until they are in the market for buying one.

A dumbwaiter for the home can unlock new possibilities, save time, prevent injuries, and provide a valuable asset for years of daily use. Transitions has just the one, too.

Elevators and lifts can be complicated machines. More importantly, they present safety issues if not properly installed and maintained.

In case you missed our recent post on Facebook, we linked out to this Wired article about how the elevator has evolved over the

Low-rise commercial building owners have an obvious friend in our Swing Door LULA Elevator.

Transitions has built its reputation on being the area expert on accessibility products of all types.

Countless public buildings have a flight of straight rail stairs that can cause major problems for those in wheelchairs.

Step into the magic of an automatic slim door elevator from Transitions.

Curved staircases present a unique and attractive feature in a house or building.

At Transitions, we pride ourselves on our expertise. Not only do we sell commercial lifts and elevator equipment, we also install, maintain, repair, and inspect them, too.

Making the decision to install a lift or elevator is a major one for most homeowners. It can be just as large of a consideration to public building owners, as well.

Safety and comfort are two of the most important features you will find in a stair lift.

It’s an important issue to address.

A home elevator can make a big difference in the life of a homeowner. There are a lot of reasons people turn to home elevators, and the elevators themselves provide multiple benefits.

Most of the time, we use our blog to address topics related to our accessibility products, like stair lifts, wheelchair lifts, and elevators.

Here at Transitions, we’re having a new website built for us. While our old website has served us well, we need a new one to help serve our customers better.

Until you reach a point in your life when you need a stair lift, it's quite possible that you know nothing about them.

Let's face it: not everyone can afford to plunk down the cash for a new stair lift or wheelchair lift. That doesn't change the fact that people of all income levels have accessibility needs.

When people ask us to share our company history, it's always enjoyable because we love what we do, and we take pride in all the people we have serviced over the years.

Sometimes accessibility is all about getting around better inside your home or building, but other times it just has to do with entering and exiting the structure itself.

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