They wanted to make everything right, and they were very timely in their response.
ThyssenKrupp Access has been improving the lives of Americans for 60 years. By providing mobility solutions for the elderly and disabled with their stairway and wheelchair lifts, they have helped to create a greater quality of life. This added mobility also allows those with limited mobility to remain in their homes, and live active, independent lives.
ThyssenKrupp, formerly known as Access Industries, branched into the elevator market in 1990. By 1993 they introduced the first LULA elevator. The Flexi-Lift® Limited Use/Limited Application (LULA) Elevator was designed to meet the ASME/ANSI Part 25 elevator code that provides guidelines to meet low-rise (up to 25 feet) limited use, limited application situations such as churches, lodges, and private office buildings.
Jonathan's Son, Inc. is proud to represent the ThyssenKrupp Elevator Line, installing primarily residential elevators to help people enjoy their homes as they age in place.
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