Home Accessibility Solutions in Gray ME
Our team of mobility experts in Gray ME can help you choose the right home accessibility equipment that will enable you to live independently in your home. We offer free in-home consultations and will help you every step of the way, from installation to customer support. Our selection of products includes stair lifts, platform lifts, patient lifts, ramps and home elevators.
We serve areas in south-west Maine including Gray, Freeport, Windham, Portland, Biddeford, Bridgton, Oxford, Norway, Lewiston, Waterboro, and Brunswick.
Quality Home Mobility Products in Gray ME
MobilityWorks@home delivers high quality home accessibility solutions for our customers. From initial free home assessment to determine the right solution for you, to guaranteed installation by our factory trained installers, we ensure your accessibility solution is customized to your specific needs.
Whether you need access to different levels inside your home, to a front porch or back deck, we have solutions tailored to make every part of your home accessible, safe and enjoyable for everyone. Explore our line of products today to find the right solution from home!
Having the highest quality stair lift installed in your home is easy with MobilityWorks. Our team of factory certified technicians are experts at installation, service and repair of residential home stair lifts.
Our mobility experts install, service and repair wheelchair and scooter ramps for your home. We sell a variety of ramps that look good and provide easy and safe access.
MobilityWorks sells, installs and services top of the line home accessibility products. Our technicians are industry certified, and all of our work comes with a 100% satifaction guarantee.
Mobility Resources in Gray ME
The Maine Council on Aging is a membership association which advocates for a broad range of solutions and systems that aim to enable healthy, fulfilling lives for adults across Maine.
The Southern Maine Agency on Aging is the leading service and resource provider in Cumberland and York counties to help adults with disabilities live their life to the fullest.