Aircraft Grade Modular Wheelchair Ramps Made In The USA
Wheelchair ramps can be extremely beneficial in a home. If you or a family member is in a wheelchair temporarily due to illness or injury, or if you have a loved one who uses a wheelchair every day, ramp installation services can come in handy. Having the freedom to get around your home and complete daily tasks bring a sense of independence. This can also boost your confidence and make you more self-sufficient. AIP Mobility Plus has a variety of wheelchair ramps to choose from and is committed to customizing the way the ramp is installed based on the property layout, you and your family’s needs.
Benefits of Wheelchair Ramps
Wheelchair ramps are ideal if you or a relative are in a wheelchair. The ramps are slip-resistant, which can prevent injury and make mobility much easier. Ramps made from materials like aluminum are especially slip-proof since the material provides traction against the wheels of the chair. If the ramp will be installed outside, aluminum is an ideal choice, because the metal repels snow and rain well.
Aluminum also does not rust, so it is safe to use outdoors for long periods of time. This is especially helpful in areas that get lots of rainy or snowy weather. Aluminum oxidizes, which means it produces layers of oxide. Each time the metal oxidizes, it becomes more durable. Grip tape is also added to the ramp in most cases. We will provide the best quality grip tape for you and give you information on how to replace the tape so that it maintains its grip.
Wheelchair ramps are also lightweight in most cases but are still sturdy enough to support the wheelchair. This means that you can move the ramp when you need to. If you will are welcoming friends and family to your home and want to increase their mobility, it may be necessary to move the ramp from the front door to other areas of your home.
Wheelchair Ramps and Building Permits
Wheelchair ramps that are made from concrete or wood are permanent fixtures because they cannot be repurposed or moved from one place to another. This is why some cities require that you have a building permit before construction for the ramp begins. It can take a while to get a permit, and the process may also be tedious. There are even cases when the timeline for your ramp-building project may run out before you are able to get a building permit. At AIP Mobility Plus we highly recommend modular aluminum ramps.
For aluminum ramps, you do not need a permit, and you can repurpose the ramps. You can also move these ramps to various doorways, or request to have several aluminum wheelchair ramps installed for your home. Ramps made from aluminum can easily fit into the construction timeline you have for your home since you will not have to worry about receiving a permit from the state of New Jersey.
Contact for FREE Consultation
Contact AIP Mobility located in Chatham, NJ in Morris County if you want an aircraft grade modular wheelchair ramp installed in your home. Our company provides some of the highest quality wheelchair ramps NJ has to offer. We will meet with you to discuss your needs and come up with an installation plan that is best for you. We understand how important it is to feel independent in your home, especially when you are dealing with an injury or health issue. Our team will customize the installation process to meet your needs as quickly and efficiently as possible to ensure that, you feel comfortable while accessing every part of your home.
Note: Our modular wheelchair ramps are of the highest quality, aircraft grade aluminum and made in the U.S.A. Our location is in Chatham, NJ. We build wheelchair ramps to homeowners in Morris County as well as the surrounding areas and beyond.