Modular ramps can be used in many ways. A lot of modular ramps are used on construction sites, but modular ramps are also great for small businesses wanting to make their entrances wheelchair accessible. These kinds of ramps can also be used for making your home accessible for your loved ones, without making any permanent changes to the home. We here at AAA Mobility Specialists of Illinois, Inc work with many different vendors to make sure all of your mobility needs are met.
Aluminum Modular Ramps
The Liberty series provides a maintenance-free aluminum ramp with a non-slip solid deck surface. National Ramp’s solid surface aluminum handicap ramp aids those with mobility impairments to get in and out of their homes safely. Whether you use a wheelchair or scooter, or simply need some added assistance, this ADA-Compliant, non-slip, modular, solid surface aluminum deck ramping is the perfect solution for your home. Plus, these American-made, maintenance-free aluminum wheelchair ramps can be installed quickly. With a continuous handrail from the ground to your front door, these aluminum wheelchair ramps can help you regain your freedom today. National Ramp is the number one supplier of aluminum wheelchair ramps for homes in North America. Call us today to get an aluminum wheelchair ramp for your home.
Wooden Modular Ramps
Made from pressure-treated Southern Pine, the Victory series offers a quality wooden ramp for the cost-conscious consumer. National Ramp’s wood surface modular decking is spaced to allow water to drain through and pressure treated to prevent rotting. This ADA-Compliant modular deck is constructed of premium Southern Yellow Pine to complement the beauty of your home. Plus, the wood deck ramp is easily painted or stained to match an existing structure and extend the life of the wood. With your home’s design in mind, this all-natural, American engineered and manufactured wood surface modular system installs in hours and is in stock today to be at your location fast. This wood ramp is perfect for those that are more accustomed to the look and feel of wood.