Central Massachusetts Stairlifts offers Straight Stairlifts, Curved Stairlifts, Outdoor Stairlifts and Commercial Stairlifts by Bruno Stairlifts in Lowell Massachusetts and all surrounding areas.
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Central Massachusetts Stairlift offers a greater Quality of Life with a BRUNO Stairlift in Lowell Massachusetts and all surrounding areas.
Enjoy your home without the worry of your stairs. At Central Massachusetts Stairlift company we can provide stairlifts that allow you to retain both your safety and independence.
BEST Stairlift Products in Lowell:We feature the full line of Bruno Stair Lifts to meet every need. These are the premium stairlifts in the industry and the only ones made in the U.S.A. Bruno stairlifts meet all of the following standards: FDA, UL, ASME 18.1 and ISO 9001. Bruno offers the best warranty in the business.
BEST Stairlifts Service in Lowell: We are a local family business supporting the Central Massachusetts Area. The same people will work with you to determine best options, do the installation and service your stairlift. We will make every effort to visit you within 24 hours of your call (Holidays excluded). We are partnered with and are fully backed by Bruno – America’s market leader in stairlifts.
BEST Stairlift Pricing in Lowell::We are competitive on all of our products, pricing, and are able to offer the best prices by: limiting our advertising, having no expensive showroom (we come to you). If someone offers the same product for less than we do for a Bruno product, we guarantee to match it.
An Interesting History in Lowell Massachusetts
Lowell was only the third Massachusetts community to be granted city government, after Boston and Salem. The population at the time was 17,633, and soon, a court, jail, hospital, cemetery, library, and two town commons were established. The first museums and theatres opened around 1840. Lowell also began annexing neighboring areas, including Belvidere from Tewksbury in 1834, and Centralville from Dracut in 1851. Daniel Ayer started the satellite city of Ayer’s City in South Lowell in 1847, and in 1874, Pawtucketville and Middlesex Village were annexed from Dracut and Chelmsford respectively, bringing the city close to its present borders.By 1850, Lowell’s population was 33,000, making it the second largest city in Massachusetts and America’s largest industrial center. The 5.6 mile long canal system produced 10,000 horsepower, being provided to ten corporations with a total of forty mills. Ten thousand workers used an equal number of looms fed by 320,000 spindles. The mills were producing 50,000 miles of cloth annually. Other industries developed in Lowell as well: The Lowell Machine Shop and Father John’s Medicine opened.
Tanneries, a bleachery, and service companies needed by the growing city were established. Moxie, an early soft drink, was invented in Lowell in the 1870s. Around 1880, Lowell became the first city in America to have telephone numbers.Lowell continued to be in the forefront of new industrial technology. In 1828, Paul Moody developed an early belt-driven power transfer system to supersede the unreliable gearwork that was utilized at the time. In 1830, Patrick Tracy Jackson commissioned work on the Boston and Lowell Railroad, one of the Oldest railroads in North America. It opened five years became independent in 1845, patent medicine factories like Hood’s Sarsaparilla Laboratory later, making the Middlesex Canal obsolete. Soon, lines up the Merrimack to Nashua, downriver to Lawrence, and inland to Groton Junction, today known as Ayer (renamed after Lowell patent medicine tycoon Dr. James Cook Ayer), were constructed.
Uriah A. Boyden installed his first turbine in the Appleton Mill in 1844, which was a major efficiency improvement over the old-fashioned waterwheel. The turbine was improved at Lowell again shortly thereafter by Englishman James B. Francis, chief engineer of Proprietors of Locks and Canals. Francis had begun his career with Locks and Canals working under George Washington Whistler, the father of painter James Abbott McNeill Whistler, and his improved turbine, known as the Francis Turbine, is still used with few changes today.
Francis also designed the Francis Gate, a flood control mechanism that provides a means of sealing the canal system off from the Merrimack River, and completed the canal system by adding the Northern Canal and Moody Street Feeder, both designed to improve efficiency to the entire system. To further improve the amount of year-round, day and night water power Lowell needed, Francis, along with engineers from Lawrence, were involved with The Lake Company, a corporation involved in building dams in the Lakes Region of Central New Hampshire. These dams, constructed and improved mid-century, allowed the cities on the Merrimack River to store and release water from the Merrimack’s source, including Lake Winnipesaukee.
In 1885 was founded the Lowell Co-operative Bank, today Sage Bank, one of the oldest still functioning banks in Massachusetts.
Central Massachusetts Stairlift Offers Great Stairlift Support and Stairlift Service in Lowell Massachusetts and all surrounding areas.
Support Policy : Central Massachusetts Stairlift LLC provides services 7 days a week with phone support coverage during our hours of operation (9 am until 9 pm). We do installations, rental, maintenance service and repair services for Bruno products. We make every effort to answer the phone live.
Service Response : We promptly respond to any questions or issues from our customers. Many questions or issues can be explained or resolved on the phone. We prioritize service calls that may involve a safety issue or any issues that impact a customer not being able to use the lift.
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