When you start to lose your mobility due to getting older or a disability, it doesn't only impact you at home. You may also face difficulties when visiting other places, vacationing, or visiting friends. Despite the guidance laid out in the ADA, many businesses and public buildings are still not as compliant as they should be. That's why a portable ramp can be a worthwhile investment to make accessibility easier, even when you are away from home.
Portable ramps need to be easily removed and transported from one place to the next. They are usually made from lightweight aluminum and are available in a variety of styles, including foldable options and solid one-piece ramps. We can also provide a variety of lengths ranging from 2 feet up to 10 feet. This means they can accommodate a variety of access barriers including steps, curbs, and raised entrances.