It’s a great idea to make your home wheelchair accessible, as it will make life easier for mobility challenged persons. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a building must be accessible for wheelchair users and a wheelchair ramp can make this possible. Ramps help overcome the everyday barriers posed by single steps and
If you are looking to overcome the rise in elevation outside your home and ensure safe and convenient accessibility, an aluminum EZ-ACCESS modular ramp could be the ideal option. Sturdy, permanent and attractive, these wheelchair ramps can be combined with platforms and or stairs and customized for the residential setting in which they are installed.
According to a survey by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University titled ‘Housing America’s Older Adults’, 5.5 million older households include a person with mobility difficulty, but live in homes without no-step entryways. Such homes may not require a ramp, but there are still millions that do in cities like New Jersey,