Aluminum ramps are key accessibility solutions for wheelchair users to access buildings by overcoming barriers such as steps, raised thresholds and landings without any difficulty. Serving the NY, NJ, Philadelphia and Boston areas, Living Free Home is committed to providing safe accessibility solutions for residences as well as commercial
Cold winter months have their own beauty with ice and snow all around. It is indeed a beautiful sight when the snow first falls, or you see evergreen trees almost frozen in time. But snow fall, freezing rain, icy sidewalks and pathways can create an unsafe environment for everyone, especially for those with mobility issues.
Individuals with disabilities may have to face several barriers such as building entrances, access routes to and around buildings and more. According to a Pew Survey report, nearly six in ten disabled veterans in the United States are at least 30% disabled, and their service-related injury or condition has permanently reduced their overall functionality by
Wheelchair ramps are inclined planes that are used by wheelchair users as well as people pushing strollers and stairs. They help people with disability to move around comfortably without another person’s help. Wheelchairs are now available in a variety of styles and lengths according to your requirements, and these ramps may be wood or aluminium.