McKeesport, PA Residential Stairlift Experts
A+ StairLifts of Pittsburgh has been assisting the residents and businesses in McKeesport, PA since 2009 by servicing, maintaining and installing stairlifts (also known as platform lifts, chair climbers, chair lifts, wheelchair lifts, stair lifts, stair climbers).
About McKeesport, PA
Settled in 1795 and named in honor of John McKee, its founder, McKeesport remained a village until 1830 when coal mining began in the region. The major employer was the National Tube Works, a manufacturer of iron pipes, which once employed 10,000 men. McKeesport was the site of the first G. C. Murphy five-and-ten-cent store.
Today, McKeesport’s population is a diverse mix of races and nationalities. As a celebration of these heritages, McKeesport hosts an annual ethnic food festival and community celebration referred to as International Village. Started in 1960, the three-day festival is one of the Pittsburgh-area’s largest and oldest ethnic festivals and features traditional cuisines from Africa, China, Croatia, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hawaii, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lebanon, the Mediterranean, Mexico, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, and Vietnam.