Indoor wheelchair ramps from 101 Mobility provide safe and reliable room-to-room access for users with walkers, wheelchairs, powerchairs, and more.
Our indoor wheelchair ramps are available in a variety of lengths and configurations, and are available for purchase or rental to best suit your unique needs.
When it comes to finding the right wheelchair ramp for your home, there is no better choice than 101 Mobility. 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 indoor wheelchair ramps, the most common being portable and threshold ramps. All of these ramps serve the same purpose: to enable individuals to access buildings safely and easily. If you or someone you know finds it difficult to traverse steps or raised ledges inside their home, a wheelchair ramp may be the right solution.
At 101 Mobility, our experts work hard to ensure that you find the perfect ramp for your situation and specifications. With our knowledgeable on-site staff and free home consultations, accessing every room in your home has never been easier.
Portable Wheelchair Ramps from 101 Mobility are available in a variety of lengths and are ergonomically designed for easy transport and storage for accessibility on the go.View All Portable 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:
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.
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.
Different styles of ramps have different weight limits, ranging from 300 pounds to 850 pounds. Our Mobility Consultants will discuss the weights of potential users as well as the weights of their mobility products, when applicable, to ensure that the ramp you choose has an appropriate weight capacity for your needs.
Portable / Suitcase ramps are the perfect solution for those with on-the-go mobility needs, or for individuals who only need a ramp part time and wish to store it away when not in use. They are available in a variety of lengths ranging from two to twelve feet, making them perfect for conquering only one or two small steps.
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, powerchair, or scooter.
Each of our modular ramps comes with ADA Compliant handrails to ensure user safety while using the ramp. However, many of our portable ramps must have hand rails added on if desired. 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 to ensure that you are covered.
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 easy. All of our ramps are made of strong aluminum or heavy duty rubber, which means they are durable, low-maintenance, and can be installed quickly by our team of experts.
Product availability may vary by location.