Advantages of Aluminum Wheelchair Ramps over Building Wooden Wheelchair Ramps


Our Titan Modular Ramps Old Fashioned Wooden Ramps
Durable, Long-lasting Solution Requires periodic demolition and rebuilding
Will not rot or rust Weathers and Decays within years
Virtually Maintenance Free Usually requires regular Maintenance
East to install with minimal tools Normally requires hiring a contractor
No building permits typically required Requires building permits and typically several inspections
Easy to move, re-configure or expand Required Demolition for changed
Take it with you if you move! Left behind in place or demolished. Typically lowers resale value of a home.
Captured Fasteners, nothing protruding to catch yourself on Often has protruding nail heads or screws. Often a splinter hazard
Meets most building codes May not meet local building codes
Stylish, Modern Design Old Fashioned Looking - Warps and decays
Typically installs in 1-2 hours or less Typically takes several days to install
No Anchoring into Concrete Required Requires Concrete Footings
Smooth transitions on and off the ramp Often uneven joints and bumpy transitions
Made of Environmentally Friendly Aluminum - Completely Recyclable Dangerous Chemicals used in pressure treatment process.  Rots over time
Has resale value if no longer needed No resale value - must be Demolished



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