DIY Modular Ramps-Build a Ramp on Your Own

DIY Modular Ramps-Build a Ramp on Your Own

Modular ramps are ramp systems that comprise multiple components that are put together to create a wheelchair ramp. Usually sold in kits, these can be modified as required by adding or removing components so that you can create a ramp of the required length and configuration. You can purchase DIY modular ramps and set up the ramp on your own.

All modular ramp kits are fully accessorized and you can easily construct it in your commercial as well as residential settings. A modular ramp system can be configured to any length needed. They can be disassembled and reconfigured to fit another location in the event the owner moves. Accessibility equipment companies in New Jersey supply aluminum, steel and wooden modular wheelchair ramps along with the installation guide. This installation guide offers you installation directions and planning tips for your modular ramp project. They even offer modular ramps for rent for any temporary purposes you may have.

Different Ramp Layouts to Choose from

  • Straight Ramp With / Without Platform.
  • Turn Platform with Ramp.
  • Turn Ramps to Existing Landing.
  • Turn Ramps to Second Platform.
  • Turn Back Layout.

Made of aluminum, steel and wooden materials, these modular ramps are extremely strong and their platform provides excellent stability.

  • Solid Surface Aluminum – Ramps are constructed using lightweight aluminum and come with anti-slip grooves, making them suitable for climates with little or no snow. They are 100% maintenance-free and can be installed in less than 30 minutes. Their sides are finished and have no dangerous nuts or bolts protruding onto the useable ramp area. Their platforms and handrails are pre-assembled, saving hours of tiresome handwork. These ramps are architecturally designed for a clean and modern appearance. Their extruded skid-resistant surface protects against slips and falls. They are provided with a lifetime warranty against rust.
  • Open Mesh Aluminum – Modular ramps of open mesh aluminum are ADA-compliant. They are safe, 100% recyclable and free from maintenance. Their platform surface provides excellent traction and the mesh design allows rain and melting snow to pass through, drying the ramp quickly. This easy-to-install ramp has a carrying capacity of 800 pounds and comes with a lifetime warranty against rust. These ramp systems can be easily dismantled and moved as per requirement.
  • Open Mesh Coated Steel – Ramps made of open mesh coated steel last longer than painted steel ramps as their components are coated with a durable powder-coated finish. Their code-compliant mesh design allows natural drainage, but restricts small objects from passing through. Their features include 800 lbs weight capacity, textured finish for slip resistance, ADA-compliant 36″ width and quick installation.
  • Pressure-treated Modular Wood – The reason behind the use of pressure-treated wood for constructing a ramp is that it is considered as the “wood for all seasons”. It is protected from insects, microorganisms and fungal decay and can withstand various climatic conditions. Generally, kiln-dried premium pressure-treated southern yellow pine is used for making the wooden ramp. They can be painted or stained to match any deck or porch.

Purchase Modular Wheelchair Ramps from a Reliable Company

If you are planning to set up a ramp on your own, buy modular ramps in New Jersey from a trustworthy provider of home accessibility equipment. They may also provide modular ramps on rent. You can either build the ramp on your own, or if you need any assistance, their factory-trained, full-time service technicians will provide you professional installation services. Certified technicians will visit your home, review the layout of the wheelchair ramps and provide you with a complete quote on the cost of the wheelchair ramp installation. With their experience and expertise, they will install the ramp within your required time. They can also custom design commercial ramps that meet local regulations, and ensure that you don’t face any last minute delays to get your certificate of occupancy.

Lastest Update: July 10, 2017
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