Portable Wheelchair Ramps, Handicap Ramps, Wheelchair Ramps for Homes

Portable Wheelchair Ramps, Handicap Ramps, Wheelchair Ramps for Homes

The Travel Ramps™ fiberglass wheelchair ramps are lightweight, yet durable, and can be used with wheelchairs, power chairs, and scooters.

The Travel Ramps™ fiberglass wheelchair ramps are lightweight, yet durable, and can be used with wheelchairs, power chairs, and scooters.

Provide a gradual transtion from floor to door threshold with these 100% recycled rubber threshold ramps!

EZ-Access Transitions Rubber Modular Threshold Ramp - 850 lb Capacity

Provide a gradual transtion from floor to door threshold with these 100% recycled rubber threshold ramps!

Modular Wheelchair Ramps for homes

Modular Wheelchair Ramps for homes

These rubber threshold ramps from SafePath provide a safe, smooth transition for wheelchair users. Multiple lengths and widths available.

SafePath EZ Edge Transition Rubber Threshold Ramp

These rubber threshold ramps from SafePath provide a safe, smooth transition for wheelchair users. Multiple lengths and widths available.

Wheelchair Ramps For Homes | Next Day Access

Wheelchair Ramps For Homes | Next Day Access

Slope angle for wheel chair ramps.

Handicap Ramp Slope Free Download rocking horse plan pdf

ARTICLE:  Long-tread, Low-riser steps instead of ramps - For many people with mobility impairments, long-tread, low-riser steps can be easier and safer to use when compared to a 1:12 slope ramp. The large level step tread allows easy walker use, and the risers short height makes stepping up and down easier than standard steps. Balance is easier to maintain on the level steps than on a sloped surface; the steps requires less space than a ramp and are less expensive.

ARTICLE: Long-tread, Low-riser steps instead of ramps - For many people with mobility impairments, long-tread, low-riser steps can be easier and safer to use when compared to a 1:12 slope ramp. The large level step tread allows easy walker use, and the risers short height makes stepping up and down easier than standard steps. Balance is easier to maintain on the level steps than on a sloped surface; the steps requires less space than a ramp and are less expensive.

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