We’re all out for the same result: accessibility—and we are thrilled to begin working with retail and commercial clients.
Altoona, PA (PRWEB) August 23, 2013
101 Mobility corporate locations are spreading like wildfire—and they’re not stopping anytime soon. The local provider of accessibility equipment has taken a stronghold in Altoona with its recent expansion into retail. As an approved contracted FSS supplier of the Veterans Administration (VA), 101 Mobility Altoona will expand its outstanding services to local retail and commercial clientele in addition to their current veteran clientele.
Senior Vice President of Corporate Operations, Keith Barnhardt, is enthused about the new development. “It’s a company goal to be a true ‘local provider’—to be part of the neighborhood. Working with Veterans Affairs has been a privilege, and we’re ready to expand our services to Altoona’s retail clients. We’re all out for the same result: accessibility—and we are thrilled to begin working with retail and commercial clients.”
101 Mobility Altoona’s skilled service technicians have been trained in ADA guidelines, local permitting regulations, and proper equipment installations to ensure a job well done. Additionally, an in-house network of online marketing professionals is actively working to make the corporate location Altoona’s number one resource for wheelchair ramps, stair lifts, auto lifts, patient lifts, rentals, and other accessibility products. 101 Mobility Altoona is devoted to client-focused mobility solutions and professional installations.
101 Mobility is a full-service sales, service, and installation provider of a complete line of mobility and accessibility products and equipment, including stair lifts, auto lifts, ramps, porch lifts, patient lifts, power wheelchairs, scooters and more. Short and long-term rentals are also available for home, office, and institution. By working with patients to identify which home health care devices best suit each individual’s needs, 101 Mobility provides an alternative to group homes and rehabilitation centers by increasing accessibility and allowing clients to live self-sufficiently in their homes.