Living with a disability can be challenging, especially when it comes to issues of mobility. This is precisely why ramps are so important. Like walkers, scooters, and wheelchairs, ramps not only make mobility easier, they make life easier in general.
Installing a ramp at your home or workplace makes it easy to overcome increasingly challenging obstacles like stairs, steps, and gaps. But, the world of ramps extends much further than permanent structures. Here’s a brief look at a few of the various ramp options from which you can choose when seeking to make your home or office more accessible:
- Threshold Ramps – These lightweight and durable ramps are designed for doorways, sliding glass doors, raised landings, and any other raised threshold around your home or office. Without them, any transitional doorway can be quite the hassle.
- Suitcase Ramps – With enhanced, extruded tread for traction and ergonomically designed handles for convenience, suitcase ramps are some of the most portable and durable ramps on the market. These are great to have in your car just in case you come across a building that’d be otherwise inaccessible.
- Tri-Fold Ramps – Compared to other portable handicap ramps, tri-fold ramps offer the length required for wheelchairs and scooters to easily access steps, stairs, and raised landings.
- Pathway Ramps – Designed to handle the rigors of repeated, everyday use in all weather conditions, pathway ramps are made of durable and lightweight aluminum for easy transportation. These ramps are one-piece units and come with optional handrails.
To learn how ramps can make your life easier, contact Williams Lift Company today. We provide all of your mobility needs, from handicap ramps to stairway lifts and everything in between. If you have any questions, then contact us online or call us at (908) 322-7070.