Ramps are typically built in order to improve home accessibility for people who can’t use stairs or need a gentler, less stressful way to enter or leave their home. A successful home accessibility project requires careful planning in order to be certain that the ramp meets the home occupant’s needs, complies with local building requirements, is safe and sturdy, and is safe for use in all types of weather.
Kustom Kastle is your number one option for wheelchair ramp installation in Maryland, DC, and VA. There is no need to wait. They will deliver and install your wheelchair ramp in as little as one day. When you or a family member, client or friend needs mobility and access into your home or business, our professionals will get the job done for you in no time to meet whatever your needs may be. Kustom Kastle professionals will come to your home or business and do a site evaluation to configure the appropriate wheelchair ramp. They offer a variety of styles to best suit your needs whether they are temporary or permanent.
Questions to Consider When Buying a Wheelchair Ramp
Where and when will you need a wheelchair ramp?
Before you shop for a wheelchair ramp, think about all the spaces in your home that have steps, raised thresholds or other barriers that you’ll need a ramp to cross. Common areas where ramps are needed include:
Steps leading to front or back entry doors
Steps from your garage into your home
Doors with raised thresholds or lips, such as exterior doors
The threshold between the floor and the shower in your bathroom