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Kensington


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

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O’Neill Stairlifts are the Best Choice for Stairlifts in Kensington Maryland

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

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 Kensington Maryland 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.

Lots of History in Kensington Maryland

The area around the Rock Creek basin where Kensington is located was primarily agricultural until 1873, when the B&O Railroad completed the Metropolitan Branch which traversed Montgomery County. A community arose where the new railroad line intersected the old Rockville-to-Bladensburg road. This early settlement was first known as Knowles Station. In the early 1890s, Washington, D.C. developer Brainard Warner began purchasing land parcels to build a planned Victorian community, complete with church, library and a local newspaper. Fascinated by a recent trip to London, Warner named his subdivision Kensington Park, the 10th and largest subdivision in the area which became the Town of Kensington. Upon incorporation in 1894, Warner convinced the Mayor and Council to name the town Kensington. The historic core of Kensington was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as the Kensington Historic District in 1980.

Originally a farming community at Knowles Station, Kensington developed into a summer refuge for Washington, D.C., residents wishing to escape the capital’s humid summers. As years passed and its residents increasingly remained year round, Kensington evolved into a commuter suburb. The large southernmost section originally mapped out by Warner remains largely unchanged since inception, and is a historically preserved zone. Indeed, the only major changes in the town’s basic layout have been the bridging over of the original railroad crossing in 1937, and the extension and widening of Connecticut Avenue, the town’s main thoroughfare, in 1957.

In March 1975, Kensington gained attention regionally due to the disappearance of Sheila and Katherine Lyon. The sisters walked to Wheaton Plaza, a local shopping mall where they were seen by witnesses including their brother. However, they never returned home and the case remains unsolved.

The town gained national attention three times in a 10-month span early in the 21st century as a result of events which occurred within a mere quarter-mile radius. In December 2001, the town responded to complaints from anonymous citizens by banning Santa Claus from the annual holiday parade. Protesters arrived at the parade en masse, including dozens of Santas riding everything from motorcycles to fire trucks. Eight months later, an Amtrak train derailed adjacent to the town center when the tracks separated at an overheated joint, injuring 72 people, though there were no fatalities.

O’Neill Stairlifts High Quality Offers Bruno and Harmar Stairlifts in Kensington Maryland

We offer the following Stairlift models in Great Falls Virginia 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 in Kensington Maryland

Bruno Elan Model 3000
Bruno Elite Model 2010
Harmar Pinnacle Model SL300
Folding Rails (enlargements) 3000, 2010 the same
SL300

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