The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Requires that All Buildings Must Be Accessible to Disabled Persons.
Failure to comply may result in monetary damages and civil penalties. According to ADA rules and regulations, for every inch of rise you must have a foot of Wheelchair Ramp in length.
Convenient Wheelchair Ramps allow disabled individuals to easily access curbs in front of buildings. Handicap Ramps feature slip-resistant surface and curb edges for safety.
Fold-A-Way Ramps permit easy one-person storage and handling. Portable Wheelchair Ramps include 2 handles for easy positioning. Folded dimensions are 63"L x 7-1/4"H.
Telescopic Ramps have a lightweight aluminum construction and has a serrated surface for traction. Retracted length is 56".
Roll-O-Ramp features wheels mounted to the curb of the ramp for portability and beveled ramp edges for a smooth transition from the Wheelchair Ramp to the ground.
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