The Savaria Omega inclined platform is designed for access over stairs with multiple levels, curves or intermediate landings. This lift carries a passenger with wheelchair up and down stairs by travelling along a rail system mounted alongside the stairs.
An alternative to an elevator or vertical platform lift, the Omega requires minimal construction. The foldaway platform allows full access to the stairs when the lift is not in use. Flexible for many types of installations, including inside and outside curves, spiral stairs and multiple levels, the Savaria Omega is custom built to your specifications. The available ADA-compliant platform includes a fold out seat and audio visual movement alarm to meet public building access requirements
If your mobility needs are changing, it’s never a bad idea to consider installing a stairlift in your home. However, since every staircase is unique, you’re likely wondering how a stairlift might work in your own house. As a premier retailer and installer of new and used stairlifts in Philadelphia, we know how different people’s […]Read More
Stairlifts can help make the lives of individuals much easier but need proper attention to ensure they continue working. While all lifts should be maintained routinely, outdoor stair chairlifts require more attention due to the impact weather can have on the system. By partaking in regular maintenance, you can greatly improve the longevity of an […]Read More
Because purchasing a stairlift is a significant investment, many users want to know how long they can expect their new piece of mobility equipment to last. While it’s challenging to provide an exact timeframe because there are several factors to consider, we can safely say that your stairlift will last 7 to 10 years with […]Read More
"My wife and I would like to thank you and 101 Mobility for your excellent service and product at a very competitive price. We are both very happy with the end result. Please extend my thanks as well to the two fine young men who prformed the installation today."M. Nicastro