Have you or a loved one experienced the setback of an accident recently, or found yourself in need of a wheelchair or scooter due to the effects of a progressive illness? If you have, it is likely you are facing accessibility problems that wheelchair ramps or a stair lifts will solve.
Atlanta Home Modifications is prepared to assist you in solving accessibility challenges in your home. We design and install wood and aluminum wheelchair ramps for homes; and, alternatively, offer stair lifts for metro Atlanta homes. We can provide you with ramp and stair lift prices as needed.
Wheelchair Ramps – Details and Materials
Do you need a ramp but don’t know where to place it, or for how long you may need it? We are available for a free home assessment to assist you in determining ramp size, materials, location, slope and cost. The most common wheelchair ramps are:
- Custom built wood ramps
- Modular wheelchair ramps
- Portable straight ramps
- Steel or aluminum ramps
- Low rise threshold ramps
Wheelchair and scooter ramp construction details and specifications require careful consideration as you plan to build or install a ramp. Attention must be given to slope, landings, railings, weight classifications, threshold ramps and more. For details on handicap ramp slope, width and length, visit here.
Whether you seek to solve a temporary accessibility problem or require a permanent ramp solution, Atlanta Home Modifications, LLC is prepared to help you achieve your goal. Atlanta Home Modifications specializes in combining expert design with affordable disability equipment and installation.
Threshold ramps are used at door and ramp transition points to ensure a smooth pattern of movement. EZ-Access threshold ramps are often used to transition between a door and the top of a ramp landing or porch. Exterior door thresholds are sloped away from the door at a slope of 1/8 inch per foot. Beveled aluminum transition plates are installed at the ramp to ground transition.
One popular feature of universal design in residential home design is the zero-step entry. Your home should have at least one entry point that that does not require stepping up, but in reality, most homes today have steps at the front entrance. Every community benefits as handicap accessible and universal home design is promoted.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column]
The Atlanta based Friends for Disabled Adults and Children administrates the Ramps For Champs programs building home ramps and making other home modifications. FODAC currently has special funding for certain recipients based on location and income. For more information about this program, call FODAC at 770-491-9014.
Atlanta Home Modifications, LLC serves the Atlanta area providing wood and aluminum wheelchair ramps for homes. We serve the Georgia counties of Fulton, Gwinnett, Cobb, DeKalb, Forsyth, Paulding, Cherokee, and Hall; and the cities of Alpharetta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Snellville, Norcross, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Buford, Flowery Branch, Winder and Gainesville.