Next Day Access North Houston now offering mobility, accessibility products in Spring
Owned by Brian Week, the business is a Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist that offers wheelchair ramps, stair lifts, grab bars, bathroom safety products and vehicle lifts, among other residential and commercial accessibility and mobility products. (Courtesy Next Day Access North Houston)
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Next Day Access North Houston relocated June 7 from 10081 Windfern Road, Houston, to 21621 Rhodes Road, Ste. H, Spring. Owned by Brian Week, the business is a Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist that offers wheelchair ramps, stair lifts, grab bars, bathroom safety products and vehicle lifts, among other residential and commercial accessibility and mobility products. Additional services provided by Next Day Access North Houston include product installation services, in-home safety consultations and home and bathroom modifications. The business also offers rental and rent-to-own programs for non-custom products, as well as financing options. 281-362-5274. www.nextdayaccess.com/north-houston-tx
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