Ramps Make Life Easier For Wheelchair Users

Building a wheelchair ramp is something that needs to be done with great care. Ramps that have been designed and built incorrectly put the end-users at risk and create situations that are hazardous. 

The situation can be unsafe for not only the wheelchair user but also for the caretakers. Hence you should install portable wheelchair ramps. You can also hire certified and trained companies to install ramps that meet the ADA guidelines. 

If a homeowner is going to tackle this major renovation on their own it is best that they look into classes and follow each detail in guidebooks sold on building handicap accessible ramps.

It is important for the end-user to be safe. Wheelchair ramps must be safe, stable, and resistant to slips. It is also important that any surface entering, on, or exiting the ramp that is not part of the whole be marked with fluorescent tape or paint.

Wheelchair accessories like ramps are available in various sizes and lengths. To ensure maximum safety from accidents, many have non-slip treads on the rolling surface. This improves grip for the wheelchair user themselves and their attendant if they have one.

Wheelchair ramps often need to be lightweight and collapsible for easy transportation. If made from a rigid material, one-piece ramps provide a solid, reassuring feeling.