When it comes to large purchases or investments, making an informed decision is key to getting the most for your money. Researching and asking questions
Since our doors opened in 1992, many wheelchair lift installers and dealers have remarked on the quality and simple, compact designs of Ascension’s wheelchair lifts. In this article, we’ll discus several ways Ascension wheelchair lifts reduce installation time, save facility space, and remain simple to maintain.
The Life of a Lift: What’s in a Warranty? A warranty is a manufacturer’s guarantee that their product will work and, as such, is a direct reflection of a manufacturer’s trust in their product. Thus, it is important to take the strength of a product warranty into consideration when choosing
Owning an Ascension wheelchair lift provides benefits far beyond just accessibility compliance. For instance, organizations can actually profit financially from owning an Ascension lift,
A large social and cultural shift permeating throughout U.S. society has been growing steadily over the last decade, and is now decidedly changing the future of architecture and city development. As a result, architectural trends are moving away from traditional suburban family housing and instead emphasizing smaller, universally designed homes
Ascension engineers collaborated with practicing architects and interior designers to create lifts that provide both an ease of accessibility around the home while also contributing to modern architectural trends. As a result, Ascension lifts provide unparalleled accessibility with seamless integration into any home, attending to the experiences of light and
Ascension provides free architectural plan reviews to any architects specifying an Ascension lift in their design plans.
NAEC Booth 345 Ascension wheelchair lifts will be at the National Association of Elevator Contractors’ (NAEC’s) 68th annual fall convention held this year in Atlantic City, New Jersey, September 25 and 26, 2017. Ascension will be presenting its latest innovation, the Clarity 16E, in full Virtual Reality (VR) at booth