Area Access has 29 years of experience supplying mobility products that foster independent living and allow individuals to age in place. With the installation of an elevator or stair lift, homes are made much more accessible and safe for those who may have a little more difficulty getting around. Not only does Area Access serve clients by making their homes more accessible; they serve the general public by working with businesses such as churches, doctor’s offices and government buildings to make sure that buildings are ADA compliant and accessible to all. Prevention is the name of the game, and their selection of products- scooters, vehicle lifts, power chairs, lift chairs, elevators and stair lifts – decrease the occurrence of falls and help clients reach the mobility solutions they need.
With storefronts in both Manassas and Norfolk, Virginia, Area Access stands out as a company dedicated to customer satisfaction. Able individuals are encouraged to visit the accessible showrooms to assess their abilities and visualize what products may or may not work in their homes. Everything in the showroom can be tested out, even elevators and stair lifts. Once products are installed, the in-service department will gladly travel to address questions and make adjustments to ensure proper use. If you’re surfing Area Access’ website and have questions, you can also join a live chat in order to ask questions and get more information.
If you’re interested in having an elevator or stair lift installed in your home, the process is simple. Call Area Access at 800-333-AREA (Manassas) or 888-249-AREA (Norfolk) to set up an appointment so that qualified personnel can take measurements of your home and get a better understanding of your needs and budget. You should be able to get a quote fairly quickly, and from there the project can be scheduled. In almost every situation, Area Access is able to help solve the mobility issues of its clients. This is a company that understands the importance of being proactive and thinking long term when it comes to making homes accessible for those with mobility issues and a desire to age in place.
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