Mobility Ramp Q&As
Modular wheelchair ramps are some of the most common ADA ramps on the market. An Aluminum wheelchair ramp can be used either for residential or commercial purposes and is an all-round great mobility solution. These products come with 2 types of surfaces: mesh and treaded. Both of these access ramp types offer a non slip surface and quality protection from rain and snow. These ramps can take less than a day to install and are ready for use right afterwards.
Scooter ramps offer excellent versatility for those with mobility needs since they can be used on the go. There are 2 main types of portable ramps: folding and threshold ramps. Threshold ramps can be installed in your home if needed or brought with you on the road. Rubber threshold ramps make for an easier carry on. Folding ramps are used more for on the go, granting superb storage capabilities and can extend to add more length when needed.
ADA Compliant commercial grade ramps give any business, public place, or school safe indoor and outdoor accessibility. Common commercial ramps are modular based systems, however the difference between them and commercial ramps is the ADA compliance requirement. Public ramps must have handrails, picket rails, and a 1 inch to 1 foot incline. ADA guidelines promise patrons and customers that the ramp they use is government approved and safe for use.
Our Patriot Mobility Technicians are highly trained professionals whom can confidently install any wheelchair ramp or other mobility product you need with ease. In addition to performing installations, they can also conduct stair lift, vertical platform lift, and handicap ramp repairs even if the product wasn’t bought from us. However our technicians main priority is and always will be to make sure you can gain the freedom of mobility in and out of your home. For info on how our technicians operate visit our installations page.
We also offer a 1 year of labor guarantee and each new product comes with a manufacturer’s warranty just in case. For more info feel free to visit our repair and maintenance page.
Mobility Ramp Q&As
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