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Since 1983, Area Access has supplied elevators, stairlifts, chairlifts, and wheelchair lifts to Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Eastern North Carolina. We have worked on projects like the 2021, 2017, 2013, and 2009 Presidential Inaugural Stands, the US Institute of Peace, FBI Headquarters, King’s Dominion Amusement Park, and the Jiffy Lube Live Concert Complex.

Our three offices, in Manassas, Norfolk, and Richmond, Virginia, have fully-equipped showrooms and a large staff of accessibility professionals. We also have remote offices that provide services for Florida and Michigan.

In addition to several lines of home and light commercial Access elevators – including the new Symmetry models – we install vertical and inclined wheelchair lifts,  and stair lifts for both straight and curved-rail applications.
We carry a full selection of other accessibility products such as scooters, vehicle lifts, powerchairs, and lift chairs. No matter what your mobility need, Area Access can help you reach the solution.

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  • "I have been fantastically happy with Area Access for many years. The service has been fabulous. The equipment is top drawer AND THE STAFF is knowledgeable, friendly, and pleasant."

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  • "I have been a customer for years with Area Access. They are all very helpful and knowledgeable about any of my needs."

    -Sandra Hogan
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  • "Area Access has always been there for us…scooters, lifts for the vehicle, chair lifts in the home. I have recommended them to any and all who inquire about my equipment. Often give out their business cards. Folks are all very helpful and kind."

    -C. Chitty
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  • "I have been a customer of Area Access since 1999. I was introduced to Area Access by a friend who had been a customer (handicap scooter) for years. The personnel are friendly and knowledgeable of those mobility items that are helpful to those of us who have handicapping disabilities."

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