All transitions should be smooth. From permanent to portable, high to low incline, any one of 101 Mobility’s safe, durable ramps makes traveling in, out and around the house with your wheelchair, scooter, powerchair or walker simple again. Additionally, all of our ramps are made of strong aluminum, which means they won’t rust, maintain their sheen, are lightweight and easy-to-clean.
Lightweight and portable for temporary or semi-permanent home accessView All Light Ramps >
Provides a smooth slope for any doorway threshold or incline up to 2.5 inches tall.View All Threshold Ramps >
Customized to fit any incline for permanent or mobile installationView All Modular Ramps >
Purchasing a ramp for your home can be a life-changing choice — but the decisions don’t stop there. Here are some things to consider when choosing the best ramp for your needs:
If you need to get your walker, powerchair, scooter or wheelchair up a slight incline in your doorway, a small threshold ramp might be right for you. However, a taller incline with multiple steps might call for a custom-built aluminum modular ramp. Our local teams are here to help you evaluate individual mobility goals as well as property requirements.
Deciding whether to rent or buy your ramp depends on your budget and need. For example, if you expect to use your ramp for only a short period of time, renting might be your best option. On the other hand, long-term usage might warrant the purchase of a new ramp. Regardless, 101 Mobility offers affordable pricing that will fit your budget.
Some ramps can only carry up to 300 pounds, while others can support up to 850 pounds. Assessing the weight of potential users is important to finding the ramp best built for your needs.
Are there multiple inclines in your home keeping you from the independence you deserve? Do you want the ability to store your ramp when company is over? An ergonomic, lightweight ramp is best for on-the-go mobility needs or those who wish to tuck it away when it’s not in use.
It is important to determine whether the ramp can accommodate the configuration of your mobility device. Things to look at are wheel structure, width of ramp and grooves along the incline.
If you anticipate the need for extra support while traveling up or down your ramp, hand rails are a great option to ensure balance along the way.
What happens after installation? After the ramp becomes a part of your home, it’s important to have support for any issues that might arise. All ramps are backed by 101 Mobility’s One-Year Limited Service Warranty in addition to the brand’s individual warranty. Be sure that the support you receive after purchase satisfies any foreseeable (and unforeseeable) needs.