The holidays are a busy time of year — full of visiting relatives and friends, baking cookies and cakes, and the joy of giving. Celebration fills the air and snow and ice can cover the ground and stairs. While some of the population can slip and slide around while managing to get to their end destination, it’s not that easy for all, and in some cases, life-threatening.
Those with mobility challenges have added obstacles during the winter, battling the elements to get to where they want to go. This includes users of wheelchairs and walking aids and also those who have mobility difficulties. These loved ones are often left out of many events because dealing with the stress of getting there and back is just too much. They can often end up feeling alone and isolated during what should be a happy time.
If you’re hosting a gathering this holiday season, consider a short-term wheelchair ramp rental a temporary modular wheelchair ramp from Amramp to include all your loved ones. Amramp ramps are slip-resistant, fireproof, and have a unique, open-mesh surface that allows moisture to pass through, reducing the possibility of dangerous ice film forming on on the surface.
This ensures the safety of all — even those who amble with ease. Reduce the risk of slips and falls when getting into and out of your home and keeping that warm cheery feeling alive.
Rent Amramp ramps for as little as a day and let us easily customize it to fit your space based on your needs. Request a free estimate today to set up a free site evaluation — usually within 24 hours. Learn more about renting a wheelchair ramp for the upcoming season today.
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Open your space to all this Holiday season
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