Whether aging in place at home or helping patrons safely access your business, 101 Mobility has the expertise and product catalog to fit your needs.
ACME Home Elevator is a premier provider of home elevators, stair lifts, vertical platform lifts, and dumbwaiters. We offer our clients unrivaled product knowledge and an in depth experience that will put your mind at ease. Founded in 1987 by Terry Pope, ACME has installed over 4,000 lifts throughout California. We pride ourselves on being a customer service company and will be there for you from start to finish and thereafter. We ensure that each aspect of your elevator, platform lift or stairlift installation is done right the first time.
We offer affordable solutions to all of your home health care needs. We have a full range of medical equipment and supplies to give you the confidence to venture to work, play, school, or wherever your imagination takes you.
Our customized stairlifts restore access, promote independence, and allow you to stay in the home you love. Curved stairlifts or straight stairlifts can be fitted to the existing design of your home with minimal inconvenience.
In 1991, Frank and Jackie O’Donnell created RE-MOBILIZERS. In response to their customers’ needs, they added sales of new equipment and products to make daily life easier for people with disabilities. Then they added items like scooter lifts for vehicles and basic home health equipment—all in response to customer requests.In 2003, Frank and Jackie O’Donnell retired, and their son, Brian O’Donnell, took over, determined to continue with the same emphasis on respect and consideration for each customer as an individual, and the same policies of good service and fair pricing. Within the first year after Brian took over the business, he opened his shop on Bering Drive in San Jose. In mid-2011, he moved to North 4th Street in San Jose, where he had plenty of showroom and shop space, though it didn’t provide the stability he wanted for his clients. He has now found a home on West Hedding Street, still in San Jose, where he looks toward a bright future.