Wheelchair Ramps Philadelphia

Wheelchair ramps from 101 Mobility of Philadelphia provide safe and reliable access in your home or business for handicap users with walkers, wheelchairs, powerchairs, and more.

Our aluminum wheelchair ramps are available in a variety of lengths and configurations and are available for purchase or rental to best suit your unique needs.

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Did you know that we offer a ramp rental program?

Renting can be the perfect option if you:

  • Are unsure how long you'll need the wheelchair ramp
  • Know you'll need the ramp for 8 months or less
  • Prefer regular monthly payments over an initial lump sum
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Types of Wheelchair Ramps

Portable / Suitcase Ramps

Portable wheelchair ramps are safe for use on thresholds and small staircases, and are ergonomically designed for easy transport and storage.

Threshold Ramps

The threshold ramp provides a smooth slope for any doorway threshold or incline up to 2.5 inches tall.

Modular Ramps

101 Mobility Philadelphia’s aluminum modular wheelchair ramps can be customized to fit your unique needs.

Lightweight Ramps

Lightweight ramps for wheelchairs from 101 Mobility Philadelphia are available in a variety of lengths and are lightweight for temporary or semi-permanents home access.

Vertical Platform Lift for a Second-Story Porch

Vertical Platform Lifts

Whether you’re looking for a platform lift or a LU/LA elevator, 101 Mobility has your solution to empower safe floor-to-floor travel and full use of all your space.

Aluminum & Steel Handrails

With our range of colors, materials, and styles, we have a handrail solution to suit your needs as well as your home or business’s style.

About Wheelchair Ramps

When it comes to finding the right wheelchair ramp for your home, there is no better choice than 101 Mobility Philadelphia. Our years of expertise and high volume of certified installers give us the knowledge and the know-how to get the job done right the first time.

There are multiple types of wheelchair ramps, the most common being modular, portable, and threshold ramps. All of these ramps serve the same purpose: to enable individuals to access homes, businesses, and other buildings safely and easily. If you or someone you know finds it difficult to traverse stairs, a wheelchair ramp may be the right solution.

At 101 Mobility Philadelphia, our experts work hard to ensure that you find the perfect ramp for your situation. With our knowledgeable on-site staff and free home consultations, accessing your home has never been easier.

Multiple Outdoor Solutions

Aluminum Wheelchair Ramp Outside of Brick Single-Story Home

Ramps provide safe travel over steps for those who experience difficulty with stairs or require the assistance of a wheeled mobility device.

Vertical Platform Lift for a Second-Story Porch

Platform lifts provide access to raised areas for individuals as well as their mobility devices or cargo.

How to choose a ramp

Incline Height

Residential ramp guidelines recommend a ramp rise to run ratio of 1:12, meaning that for every inch of rise your ramp should extend 12 inches in length. Our experts will measure your steps to ensure that your ramp is the proper length to ensure a safe and gentle slope.

Ramp Width

Just as mobility devices have different widths, ramps are available in different widths as well. Our Mobility Specialists will talk with you about how the ramp will be used to ensure that it is the right width for your walker, wheelchair, power chair, or scooter.

Renting vs Buying

Deciding whether to rent or buy your ramp depends on your duration of need as well as your budget. If you expect to use your ramp for only a short period of time or would like to try a ramp before committing to a purchase, renting might be your best option. On the other hand, long-term usage might warrant the purchase of a new or used ramp.

Handrails, or no Handrails?

Each of our modular ramps comes with handrails to ensure user safety while using the ramp. However, many of our portable ramps must have handrails added on if desired. If you anticipate the need for extra support while traveling up or down your ramp, handrails are a great option to ensure balance along the way.

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