Wheelchair Ramp

Wheelchair Ramp in New Jersey

According to a report in Disabled World, about 74.6 million people in the US have some type of physical disability. However, wheelchair users no longer have to be concerned about their limited access to multistoried buildings. Ramps are being provided in most buildings to facilitate wheelchair access. Choosing a wheelchair ramp in New Jersey is

Tips to Set up a Portable Wheelchair Ramp

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.

Wheelchair Ramp for Van

Mobility equipment like wheelchairs and power scooters help disabled and elderly people to move around easily. Installing a sturdy wheelchair ramp is essential to ensure safety of the rider. A ramp is a platform that joins two different levels, and is usually installed at the entrance of a building or between two floors. It helps

Renting Ramp

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,

Wheelchair Ramp

There are many types of wheelchair ramps such as fixed ramps, portable ramps and modular ramps. The material used in their construction also differs ranging from aluminum and steel to wood. Choosing the right wheelchair ramp system would depend on your specific requirements including where you need to install it. Where you need to use