Essential Tips for Buying a StairLift (Part 3)

Does the Stairlift Dealer Understand Your Staircase?- All staircases are different, even those that are built by the same builder using the exact same specifications.  The nuances of your staircase and the proper stair lift evaluation on the front end will ensure you get the best fitting and safest stair lift possible.  The rail overhangs…

Essential Tips for Buying a Stair Lift (Part 2)

Is the Installer Properly Certified to Perform Your Specific Stairlift Installation-    Reputable stair lift brands come with a training program that certifies their dealer to install and maintenance that particular brand.  These manufacturers will only sell products and parts to their certified dealers.  If the installing company does not have these certifications, then the…

Essential Tips for Buying a Stair Lift (Part 1)

Whether you call it a stairlift, chairlift, stairglide, stair helper, or stair elevator; there are simply some things you must first know before deciding to invest in a mobility aid for your home.  There is an alarming trend in our industry resulting from the market being flooded with cheaply made stair lifts from foreign companies…

Eagle Scout Project for Special Olympics

Eagle Scouts make a difference! Zachary Terrell, Life Scout, Troop 11, helped the Greater Fort Worth Area Special Olympics by constructing 2 sets of award podiums—one set being wheelchair accessible with corresponding ramps, so athletes with wheelchairs will have the same experience as athletes without wheelchairs. These podiums will offer more portability for smaller events….

Pete Burks Day of Service

Jennifer Raney and Veteran, Daniel Villareal of Richardson before cleaning the windows of Villareal’s home as part of the Pete Burks Day of Service. Oct. 19, 2013 Our dear friend, Ali Burks lost her brother in Iraq in 2007. In his honor they formed Unsung Hero Fund, which supports soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan through…

101 Mobility walks to defeat ALS

Nov. 9, 2013 We recently sponsored our local Walk to Defeat ALS in N. Texas. We were truly honored to walk with the family of a local veteran who just lost his battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease).

Connecting Point of Park Cities Luncheon

Jan. 13, 2014 101 Mobility attended the Connecting Point of Park Cities for their Inaugural Lunch on Saturday, January 13 in support of adults with disabilities in our community. Clayton Kershaw, Major League Pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and his wife were keynote supporters of the program and helped to fundraise for upcoming programs….

101 Mobility Dallas Makes a ‘Slam Dunk’ at the 2014 NCAA Final Four

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 07, 2014 On Wednesday, 101 Mobility Dallas delivered a commercial platform lift to the AT&T Stadium for use during the Final Four games and tonight’s championship game. 101 Mobility Dallas is a local retailer, installer, and repairs resource for wheelchair ramps, residential and commercial wheelchair lifts, stair lifts, patient lifts, auto…

101 Mobility was at the n4a Answers on Aging Annual Conference in Dallas July 12-16.

It was very exciting to be a part of n4a, and we enjoyed meeting and talking with everyone who came out to see us.

101 Mobility recently attended the Dallas Builders Show

October 23, 2014 – We were proud participants at the Dallas Builders Show at Plano Centre in Plano, TX! All ticket proceeds benefit Operation Finally Home, a non-profit organization that is committed to providing custom, mortgage-free homes for wounded, ill or injured veterans, their surviving spouses and families.

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