Do you share your home with someone who uses a wheelchair, was recently injured, or has other mobility impairments or handicaps? Does your home have any raised entry or other areas that are hard to get to for these individuals? If the answer to these questions is “yes,” then you could probably benefit from the ADA certified wheelchair ramps Raleigh, NC has to offer.
To find a great ramp, have it professionally installed, and gain support and encouragement throughout the entire process, all you have to do is turn to the mobility experts here at Orthopedic Service Company. Not only do we provide high-quality ramps, but we also offer free in-home assessments, education on how to use our products, and so much more to ensure our clients and their loved ones enjoy a positive experience all around.
In Raleigh, NC ADA certified wheelchair ramps are required to be equipped with sturdy, secure handrails. This simple feature can be a real asset to the wheelchair user in your life.
When handrails are in place, the person may not have to be pushed up and down the ramp, nor will they have to tire themselves out by manually propelling their wheelchair. Instead, they’ll enjoy the security of having a handrail to grip onto and use to help them along.
Even those who don’t use wheelchairs can benefit from these handrails. From the elderly who are prone to serious slips and falls to those with injuries or other mobility issues, the handrails on a ramp can provide that added safety and security they need to maneuver into, out of, and around their homes with confidence.
Another major benefit of handicap ramps is that they can make any part of your home more accessible. Whether it’s a raised front door, a room that requires a step up, or anything in between, many spaces can be challenging for wheelchair users or the mobility impaired.
Do you really want to have a place in your home that your loved one cannot access? If you want every member of your household to feel comfortable and to have free range of the home, then a ramp is the perfect solution.
Finally, you’ll be glad to know that disability ramps are not all the same! For example, while the aforementioned ADA certified ramps all have rails, there are some ramps, made for residential or even in-home use, that do not fit this criteria, at least if you don’t want or need them to.
You can also install semi-permanent ramps, which can be adjusted to your desired length, height, and more.
Here at Orthopedic Service Company, we not only pride ourselves on offering a wide range of ramps, but also on working closely with our customers to ensure they get the ramp or ramps that perfectly match their needs and budgets.
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Whether you’re ready to add a ramp to your home right away, still have questions, or just want to learn more, we’re here for you! We invite you to contact us today to learn more about our ramp options and how we can assist you in making your Raleigh, NC home as accessible as possible.