We envision a world where people of all physical abilities are able to fully embrace life wherever they go—at home, at work, at school, at play and on the road.
That’s why we invest in our in-house R&D and engineering capabilities, as well as our worldwide manufacturing facilities. We’re constantly looking for new and better ways to make life more accessible for all.
The result? One of the broadest accessibility portfolios in the world, ranging from simple straight stairlifts to luxury panoramic glass home elevators, wheelchair lifts and commercial accessibility elevators, through safe patient care solutions and therapeutic surfaces used in hospitals and rehabilitation centers—and even accessible vehicles.
After more than 30 years in business, we’ve established a worldwide footprint, with manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe and Asia. We now count over 2200 employees as part of the Savaria family. We have 30 direct sales offices and over a million square-feet of production and distribution facility working to manufacture our products and get them where they need to be installed to improve people’s lives. Our dealer network of local Home Access experts is now over 1000-strong in North America, and growing.
In addition to our Home Access products, Savaria boasts many divisions around the world, each of them specialists in their market and area of accessibility expertise.
Many Savaria authorized dealers are independent businesses working in their communities to improve quality of life through better mobility. Many also qualify as Small, Minority, Women, or Veteran-Owned Businesses.
When you choose to work with a Savaria Home Access expert, you’re supporting local business.
Founded by Marcel Bourassa, President, Chairman and CEO of Savaria Corporation, the Bourassa Savaria Foundation was created in 2014 to support people facing mobility challenges. To date, the Foundation has donated over $1.4 million and annual donations continue to grow.
It aims to provide financial assistance to in-need Canadians with disabilities related to physical mobility.
President, Chairman and CEO Savaria Corporation
“When I bought Savaria in 1989, I saw a small company that was the future for my family. It is a business making great products that people need. Today with over 2200 employees, I am so proud we can make a difference in the world.”