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Alexandria


O’Neill Stairlifts offers Straight, Curved and Outdoor BRUNO, and Harmar Stairlifts and Stairlift Rentals in Alexandria, Virginia and all surrounding areas.

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O’Neill Stairlifts are the Best Choice for Stairlifts in Alexandria Virginia

O’Neill Stairlifts wants to be your first choice for stair lift installation and service in Alexandria Virginia. More important than shopping for which model, is choosing a quality vendor like us. For over 20 years we have only sold this type of equipment and installed it according to the safety standards for elevators. The internet has opened a “Pandora’s Box” of confusion for families and individuals in search of stair climbing assistance.

O’Neill Stairlifts offers Professional Installation and Service In Alexandria, Va.

Direct sellers suggest this is like buying a home computer and just plugging it in with effortless installation. Others claiming installation send inexperienced installers from afar and try to service you from a hundred or a thousand miles away.Most people in Alexandria Virginia need an experienced, reliable local (MD, DC, VA) dealer to assist them choosing the best fit and best value stair lift model for individual needs and stair space. O’Neill’s quality local support brings you safe, industry trained installation and service at your doorstep.

An Interesting History in Alexandria, Virginia

At the turn of the 20th century the most common production in the city was glass, fertilizer, beer and leather. The glass often went into beer bottles. Much of the Virginia Glass Company effort went to supply the demands of the Robert Portner Brewing Company, until fire destroyed the St. Asaph Street plant on February 18, 1905. The Old Dominion Glass Company also had a glass works fall to fire, then built a new one. The Belle Pre Bottle Company held a monopoly on a milk bottle that they patented, yet that organization only lasted 10 years. Most businesses were smaller where the business occupied the first floor of a building and the owner and family lived above.Prohibition closed Portner Brewing in 1916.

President Woodrow Wilson visited the Virginia Shipbuilding Corporation on May 30, 1918 to drive the first rivet into the keel of the SS Gunston Hall. In 1930 Alexandria annexed the town adjacent to Potomac Yard incorporated in 1908 named Potomac. In 1938 the Mt. Vernon Drive-In cinema opened. In 1939 the segregated public library experienced a sit-in organized by Samuel Wilbert Tucker. In 1940 both the Robert Robinson Library, which is now the Alexandria Black History Museum, and the Vernon Theatre opened Jim Morrison of The Doors, as well as Cass Elliot and John Phillips of The Mamas & The Papas attended the George Washington High School in the 1950s.

In 1955, then-Congressman and future President Gerald R. Ford and his family moved to Alexandria from Georgetown. The Fords remained in their Alexandria home during Ford’s tenure as Vice President (1973–1974), as the Vice President did not yet have an official residence. Following the resignation of Richard Nixon, Ford spent his first ten days as President in the house before moving to the White House.
In March 1959 Lieutenant Colonel William Henry Whalen, the “highest-ranking American ever recruited as a mole by the Russian Intelligence Service,” provided Colonel Sergei A. Edemski three classified Army manuals in exchange for $3,500 at a shopping center parking lot within the city.Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation later arrested Whalen on July 12, 1966 at his home in the city. In 1961 the Woodrow Wilson Bridge opened.

In 1965 the city integrated schools. In 1971 the city consolidated all high school students into T. C. Williams High School. The same year that head coach Herman Boone joined the school and lead the football team to at 13–0 season, state championship, and national championship runner-up; the basis for the 2000 film Remember the Titans were Boone was portrayed by Denzel Washington. In 1969 and 1976 Pope John Paul II visited Alexandria when he was known as Karol Cardinal Wojtyła. He was guided by a Polish Catholic priest from St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Alexandria. In 1972 Clifford T. Cline purchased the 1890 Victorian house at 219 King Street and converted it into the Creole serving Two-Nineteen Restaurant. In 1973 Nora Lamborne and Beverly Beidler became the first women elected to the city council. In 1974 the Torpedo Factory Art Center opened. In 1983 the King Street–Old Town Station and Eisenhower Avenue Station both opened. In 1984 the Islamic Saudi Academy opened.and Parker-Gray historic districtIn 1991 Patricia Ticer became the first women elected mayor. In 1999 the city celebrated its 250th anniversary. Also in 1999 Dave Grohl, a native of Northern Virginia, returned from Los Angeles to live and record with his band Foo Fighters who recorded their Grammy-winning album There Is Nothing Left to Lose in Grohl’s home basement studio in the city’s North Ridge neighborhood. The 2011 Foo Fighters album Wasting Light featured the track Arlandria named for a section of the city where Grohl once lived. In 2014 legislation was introduced in the City Council to repeal the 1963 law that requires new north-south streets to carry the name of a Confederate military leader.

O’Neill Stairlifts High Quality Offers Bruno and Harmar Stairlifts In Alexandria, Va.

We offer the following Stairlift models to best fit your home and budget. Please see specific product and download details below or simply call now and set up and appointment for a quote and to answer all of your questions in the comfort of your home. 301-871-0700

Interior straight models we offer:
Bruno Elan Model 3000
Bruno Elite Model 2010
Harmar Pinnacle Model SL300
Folding Rails (enlargements) 3000, 2010 the same
SL300

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