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Access modular Ramp

Modular Ramps

Before & After

Modular Ramps

Below are some of our recent installations of modular ramping. These show the differences between the styles and shapes we are able to achieve to get full access to your home.

A modular ramp can be an easy and unintrusive addition to your home. They are easily removed when no longer required, leaving minimal and almost no lasting presence.

All of or ramp installations are completed in line with building regulations. This tells us how long the ramp must be depending on the height it has to reach from ground to threshold.

A high door threshold here required a larger span of ramp to ensure easy and safe travel.

This ramp is matt black with a galvanised platform which is hard wearing and long-lasting.

This property required additional modification for the owner to regain access. Having assessed the property we were able to adapt the front of the house. A brand new entrance into the hallway via a low level threshold PVC door. This gave the owner easier access straight into their home.

Adding this doorway allowed us to design a ramp which followed the property line. Leading from the new doorway in front of the house and down the edge of the driveway. Creating the ramp adjoining the house and driveway left access on the drive for the family’s car to remain parked.

An alternative solution might have been to come straight out from the door. However there may not have been enough space for the length of the ramp and it may have been an intrusion on the public footpath. This would also have taken away valuable parking facilities.

Doing the ramp this was has solved many of the problems the family were worried about.

This customer has 3 large steps leading to the front door with a grab rail on the inside next to the front door for support. The steps created a high access point which meant a long ramp was required to allow for the correct gradients.

We designed a ramp which was able to span the distance required using a level platform section in the middle to create a fell turn so the ramp could flow back on itself. This allowed for a larger ramp with minimal intrusion into the front garden allowing the family to keep their green space.

Using the green rails and galvanised platform sections the ramp sits well into its surroundings.

This ramp had an additional entry point with a set of modular steps to the right allowing all members of the home to easily access the front entranceway.

This ramps seamlessly fits over the original steps to the home, if the ramp is removed the property remains unchanged.

Access to the back of the property was required and easily achieved with the large amount of space available.

We were able to leave the garden untouched and situ the ramp on the patio area at the back door.

Modular ramps have handrails for added safety as well as edged which run along the length of the ramp, this allows wheelchair and scooters users to drive up and down the ramp with no risk of the wheels going over the edge.