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Hermon: (207) 848-3484
Portland: (207) 767-5690

About Us: Our Team

Maine people, making life easier for the people of Maine.

Jeremy Polk - Owner & Founder
With over 20 years of experience in this highly specialized market, Jeremy continues to be at the forefront of home and commercial accessibility within the state of Maine. Jeremy's vast experience and innovative techniques make him the ideal individual to work with customers. Customers can expect a high level of responsiveness from Jeremy.


Steve Cannon - Owner
Steve joined during its early years with a background in electronics. Mastering the intricacies of each product we offer, Steve's reputation within the market is his ability to fix "anything that can be fixed".


Lauri Malone - Office Manager
The heart of the Hermon office, Lauri is the center of gravity for MAC. She not only knows our products and services, but she knows how to get things done. Lauri will do everything she can to meet all our customers' needs and expectations. She may even keep us on task from time to time...


Tonya Polk - Office Staff
Tonya is Jeremy's wife and has been behind the scenes since the beginning, helping out wherever and whenever she is needed. She recently has joined the busy office staff helping with the phones and scheduling.


Kurt Osgood - Service Manager
With 6 years of experience, Kurt has installed or worked on nearly every product we offer. He is licensed in both Maine and New Hampsire for commercial lifts, and has extensive electrical and troubleshooting knowledge. He does scheduling, parts, technical support, and even a little sales. If something isn't working quite right, you need something put in, taken out, or you have a technical question, call Kurt!


Steven Vachon - Outside Sales
Steve is a road warrior. No, he's not going to knock on your door unless you call him, but he will make sure that the hospital you stay at, the architect who builds your house, and the pharmacy where you pick up your prescriptions all are aware we here. After all, we're all here with a common goal: to help you!


Chris Bell - Service & Installation Technician
Chris is one of our newer members in our Portland office. He's installing and repairing all our current stairlifts, and helps install elevators as well. Chris is on the fast track to becoming a stairlift and elevator expert.


Kevin Grass - Service & Installation Technician
Over a decade experience in the accessibility field, Kevin is an expert at both installation and repair of a wide variety of Products. He is our senior tech in the Portland office, coming from his similar position in Adapted Home and Business. He is licensed in Maine and New Hampshire, and is our expert on ramps, door operators, and overhead lifts.


Dan Oleson - Service & Installation Technician
Our newest tech in Portland, Dan will soon be out on his own installing and servicing stairlifts, and he's already started training on our other products.


Cody Whitney - Service & Installation Technician
Cody always brings an upbeat attitude, and can overcome almost any obstacle without getting frustrated. Whether he's installing an elevator, fixing a stairlift, or just cleaning up the office, you can always count on Cody to bring you a smile!


Andrew Nicholson - Service & Installation Technician
Originally from the village of Catchgate, United Kingdom, Andrew brings over ten years of experience. He is licensed for commercial lifts in Maine, and has a thorough knowledge of our accessibility lifts and home elevators. His positive attitude and continuous work ethic make us proud to have him help us and the people throughout Maine.


Anthony Michaud - Service & Installation Technician
Anthony has done everything from stairlift measurements to elevator installations. He can install and repair nearly all of our products, and always has a smile on. If Anthony shows up at the door, you can be assured you are in good hands.


Sam and Wyatt - Quality Control
These two are our authorized inspectors. They check every piece we get in, and sniff out any defects before the package is even open. While we do keep having to write Sam up for sleeping on the job, they work overtime for only dog biscuits. These two make sure all workers are aware they are around and watching, especially at lunch time!