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Arlington


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

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

O’Neill Stairlifts wants to be your first choice for stair lift installation and service in Arlington 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 Arlington Virginia

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 Arlington 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 Arlington Virginia

The area that now constitutes Arlington County was originally part of Fairfax County in the Colony of Virginia. Land grants from the British monarch were awarded to prominent Englishmen in exchange for political favors and efforts at development. One of the grantees was Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, who lends his name to both Fairfax County and the City of Fairfax. The county’s name “Arlington” comes via Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington, a Plantation along the Potomac River, and Arlington House, the family residence on that property. (Ultimately, the name is a variant of Harlington, London, seat of the first Baron of Arlington; it in turn derives from Hygerǣd, an Anglo-Saxon noble’s name.) George Washington Parke Custis, grandson of First Lady Martha Washington, acquired this land in 1802. The estate was eventually passed down to Mary Anna Custis Lee, wife of General Robert E. Lee. The property later became Arlington National Cemetery during the American Civil War, and eventually lent its name to present-day Arlington County.

The area that now contains Arlington County was ceded to the new United States federal government by Virginia. With the passage of the Residence Act in 1790, Congress approved a new permanent capital to be located on the Potomac River, the exact area to be selected by U.S. President George Washington. The Residence Act originally only allowed the President to select a location within Maryland as far east as what is now the Anacostia River. However, President Washington shifted the federal territory’s borders to the southeast in order to include the pre-existing city of Alexandria at the District’s southern tip. In 1791, Congress amended the Residence Act to approve the new site, including the territory ceded by Virginia. However, this amendment to the Residence Act specifically prohibited the “erection of the public buildings otherwise than on the Maryland side of the River Potomac.” As permitted by the United States Constitution, the initial shape of the federal district was a square, measuring 10 miles on each side, totaling 100 square miles. During 1791–92, Andrew Ellicott and several assistants placed boundary stones at every mile point.

Fourteen of these markers were in Virginia and many of the stones are still standing. When Congress arrived in the new capital, they passed the Organic Act of 1801 to officially organize the District of Columbia and placed the entire federal territory, including the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, under the exclusive control of Congress. Further, the unincorporated territory within the District was organized into two counties, the County of Washington to the east of the Potomac and the County of Alexandria to the west. It included all of the present Arlington County, plus part of what is now the independent city of Alexandria. This Act formally established the borders of the area that would eventually become Arlington but the citizens located in the District were no longer considered residents of Maryland or Virginia, thus ending their representation in Congress.

O’Neill Stairlifts High Quality Offers Bruno and Harmar Stairlifts In Arlington Virginia.

We offer the following Stairlift models in Arlington Virginiato 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 in Arlington Virginia :
Bruno Elan Model 3000
Bruno Elite Model 2010
Harmar Pinnacle Model SL300
Folding Rails (enlargements) 3000, 2010 the same
SL300

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