Winnipeg Mobility Equipment Provider Celebrates One Year In New Location
WINNIPEG, Manitoba: One year ago, Re-New Mobility, specializing in home health care products, moved to Unit 1-940 Lorimer Blvd. Having its warehouse attached to its showroom has greatly improved its service speed this past year and has allowed Re-New Mobility to help Manitobans improve their mobility faster than ever.
Founded in 1994, Re-New Mobility is a locally owned company that offers Manitobans a wide selection of high-quality mobility equipment. Its line of products includes both new and pre-owned options. Bathroom equipment, lift chairs, ramps, and stair lifts are all available alongside standard devices such as scooters, walkers, wheelchairs, and power chairs.
The Re-New Mobility team works directly with Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists to modify equipment to exact specifications for individual clients. In addition, it provides free maintenance, full warranties, and options for renting to own (some exceptions may apply).
Having its warehouse in the same location as the storefront allows the Re-New Mobility team to provide a quick and convenient experience for customers. It has been a game-changer in terms of meeting demands as they arise. “When visiting us in-store, you can expect a wonderful experience from the support of our caring and helpful technicians,” says Marcelo Josebachvili, the owner of Re-New Mobility. “Whether you’re looking to purchase an electric scooter or rent crutches due to an unexpected injury, you can count on us to expediently deliver quality products that enhance your daily living.”
Josebachvili also notes that the upcoming winter season marks a time of year when many people require extra support to maximize their mobility. Re-New Mobility offers assistance with installing in-home mobility devices and specific products to mitigate the extra risks associated with snow and ice.
For more information about Re-New Mobility and its services, visit https://renewmobility.ca.
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