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Wheelchair Ramps

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Make your home or business handicap accessible with our selection of durable mobility ramps. We offer a wide selection of aluminum, foam, and rubber ramps for devices such as manual wheelchairs and power scooters. Threshold ramps are designed to bridge small steps and are great for homes or sliding doors; Portable ramps are lightweight and some models fold to facilitate transportation. Van ramps allow you to get wheelchairs in and out of your vehicle, and modular ramp options are also available for those looking for a specific set-up. With multiple lengths and styles, we want you to find the best one to suit your mobility needs.

How to Choose the Best Wheelchair Ramp For Your Needs

While shopping for a wheelchair ramp, we want you to be as informed as possible about your options. Here is some key information you should know as you shop for a ramp to suit your needs. For more detailed information on this topic, please read How to Choose a Wheelchair Ramp.

  • The size and weight of your mobility device
  • The height of the rise
  • The location the ramp will be in the most
  • Whether it needs to be portable
  • If you want specific features, such as a grit coat, mounting holes, handrails, etc.

A Plethora Of Materials

Manufactured from a wide variety of high-quality, durable raw materials, our wheelchair ramps are available in aluminum, foam, rubber, and plastic. Designed with safety in mind, they all offer a non-slip surface, reducing the risk of slips and falls even in wet or icy weather conditions. Choose from ramps with a high-traction grit coat, extruded aluminum, EZ-Traction punch plate, or grooved rubber surface.

How to Find the Proper Ramp Length

To ensure that you order the correct size ramp, there are several key measurements you will need to know. For more detailed information on this topic, please read How to Determine Proper Wheelchair Ramp Length.

  • The rise, or height of the step you want to surmount.
  • The amount of space in front of the rise, as this might limit your ramp length.
  • The amount of space in front of the enterway, as this might limit your ability to turn.