As businesses attempt to become more handicapped accessible, you may need to look into products like portable ramps. With portable wheelchair ramps, you can make the path to your office or vehicle accessible.
Disability ramps allow you to decide where and how you wish to place the ramp. Portable ramps for wheelchairs can get moved from place to place without the need to install a permanent stationery ramp.
1. Pick the type of portable handicap ramps you wish to purchase for your business. Types of portable ramps for wheelchairs include folding ramps, tri-fold ramps, roll up ramps, track wheelchair ramps and more.
2. Find vendors of handicapped ramps. See the selection of portable ramps for handicapped patrons of your business and choose the one that suits your needs the best.
3. Install the portable wheelchair ramp. When you get your disability ramp, you can usually install and move it at will easily.
Get accessibility tips for handicapped rampsWhen buying ramps, portable and stationery, you need to know how to pick the safest option. Use online mobility guides to help you pick out portable ramps that will allow as many different types of wheelchairs access as possible.
Contact suppliers of portable handicap rampsOnce you look into the safest and reliable options for portable ramps, you can contact vendors of the ramps. The sales representative will help you choose the best portable ramp while also answering any installation questions about the product.
Rent portable wheelchair ramps for short term useIf you're looking into installing a permanent wheelchair ramp, you may want to consider renting disability ramps in the meantime. After the rental term ends, you can return the ramp to the supplier.
- You'll need to perform some calculations prior to ordering your handicapped ramp. Measure the slope from the top of the stairs or vehicle to the ground. Vendors will give you a slope recommendation in order to ensure you don't pick a portable ramp with too steep an incline.