The winter season will be here soon for many North Americans, bringing with it shorter daylight hours, frigid temperatures, and snowstorms. In addition to winter’s upsides that include the holiday season, fireside gatherings with family and friends, and activities like skiing and skating, each year’s coldest months also create unsafe icy conditions on the walkways and staircases of millions of homes.
For many homeowners, installing a ramp for home access during the winter months can be the perfect solution to meet the challenge of hosting guests with mobility issues during the icy months that lie ahead. You can rent a ramp for just the winter months! This is when a wheelchair ramp rental and/or other accessibility solutions from Amramp can help make entering and exiting your home safer than using walkways and staircases that are covered with snow and ice. Our wheelchair ramps equipped with safety railings to further guard against slips and falls are available to rent during the winter months to provide a safe, non-slip surface outside your home.
Owing to the non-skid mesh surface on our ramps, snow will not build up on the ramp as it does on solid materials such as walkways and stairs, helping to keep your family and your guests safe. The mesh surface allows snow to fall through the ramp, preventing dangerous ice build-up. Additionally, our ramps don’t require digging holes to install footings, which enables our onsite team to install a ramp at any time of year, even when the ground is frozen solid.
To learn more about our products and services, or to schedule a free estimate, please contact Amramp’s National Customer Service Center at 888-715-7598.
The Most Slip-Resistant Modular Ramp Available
Our ramp surface offers a raised gripping pattern that makes Amramp the most slip-resistant ramp available. And our special Amramp-grip coating contains a disbursed particle that feels like sand paper, making each step into and out of the home as safe as possible.
When you're looking for accessibility products, you need a company with experience. Amramp is familiar with the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act as well as local zoning laws.
Certified Aging in Place Speciliasts (CAPS) are trained by the National Association of Home Builders on remodeling and retrofitting existing homes for special needs.
Amramp can evaluate any home to determine what changes are needed to make the living space as accommodating as possible in the years ahead.
Check out Amramp’s full line of accessibility solutions or take advantage of Amramp’s FREE evaluation to review your needs and lay out a plan that is right for you by calling 888-715-7598 or emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.