Wheelchair Ramps for Georgetown TX – Mobility Product Reviews
A wheelchair ramp in Georgetown TX is an inclined plane installed in addition to or instead of stairs. Ramps permit wheelchair users, as well as people pushing strollers, carts, or other wheeled objects, to more easily access a building.
Georgetown Ramps should be durable, lightweight, low maintenance aluminum construction that will not rust, rot or decay.
A permanent, non-skid surface for your safety and the safety of all who use the ramp.
A wheelchair ramp can be permanent, semi-permanent or portable. Permanent ramps are designed to be bolted or cemented in place. Semi-permanent ramps rest on top of the ground or cement pad and are commonly used for the short term. Permanent and semi-permanent ramps are usually of aluminum, concrete or wood. Aluminum ramps are more durable than wooden ramps and can be moved or reconfigured. Portable ramps are usually aluminum and typically fold for ease of transport.
Finished and flush sides with no nuts or bolts that protrude into the usable ramp area.
Adjustable leg supports that eliminate the need for concrete footings and pads.
Portable ramps are primarily intended for home and building use but can also be used with vans to load an unoccupied mobility device or to load an occupied mobility device when both the device and the passenger are easy to handle.
Ramps must be carefully designed in order to be useful. Many jurisdictions have established minimum widths and maximum slopes. A less steep rise can be easier for a wheelchair user to navigate, as well as safer in icy climates.
Georgetown TX wheelchair ramps should also be custom colored to match the exterior of your Georgetown TX home, and designed to be expandable, moveable and reconfigured to meet your changing needs.
Always look for “Made in the USA” when researching Georgetown TX wheelchair ramps.
Wheelchair ramps (or other ways for wheelchair users to access a building, such as a wheelchair lift) are required in new construction for public accommodations in Georgetown and all of the United States by the Americans with Disabilities Act.