Ramps For Handicapped, And Senior Citizens in Almont, Michigan, 48003, 810-498-3755
Wheelchair ramps are becoming more necessary everyday as the baby boomer generation is very active, they realize they are getting older and deciding they want to stay in their home and understand they may need some help. Ramps provide safe and reliable home access for users with walkers as well as wheel chairs, power chairs, and scooters. There are many types of ramps to fit your individual needs.
Barrier Free Modifications makes traveling in and out of your home easier, we offer many types of ramps to fit a wide variety of needs, whether you need an indoor or outdoor ramp, wood, rubber, steel or aluminum, portable or permanent concrete ramp our trained professionals will work with you to find the right ramp for you and your home, and get your ramp safely and quickly installed!
Barrier free Modifications understands, there are times and situations when installing a ramp is the only, best, safest solution. There are several types of ramp options available for you.
Wood Ramps definitely have a place, but can become slippery and do require a lot of maintenance, steel ramps are a great option and require a minimal amount of maintenance, painting every few years, while aluminum ramps have a lifetime warranty and are maintenance free, the choice is yours.
Light Ramps/ Potable Ramps come in a variety of lengths and are lightweight and portable for those on the go they can be temporary or semi- permanent.
Threshold Ramps because maybe you just need help with that 1st step? Threshold Ramps come in rubber and aluminum and provide the smooth and safe transition you need at raised landings, doorways, and low inclines.
Wood Ramps require constant maintenance and last only a few years, wood can also be very slippery from rain, snow, or ice, and rot from exposure.
Aluminum Ramps don’t rust, have no required maintenance, and come with a lifetime warranty.
Concrete Ramps will last for years to come, concrete also requires no maintenance and can be finished with a non slip texture.
Wheelchair Ramp installation is our most requested service. At Barrier Free Modifications in Almont, Michigan we follow exact ADA standards on all of our wheelchair ramp installations, and although there are times when a wood ramp is the only option, we recommend aluminum wheelchair ramps or concrete ramps as a preferred material.
Adding a ramp to an otherwise inaccessible area of your home can make things much more simple in your daily life and moving around your own living space. can once again be comfortable and less dreadful. Imagine not having to ask for help or find alternative ways to live. You can just come and go with ease and that's what we at Barrier Free want you to have, its what we take pride in.
Almont: Population 16+ in Labor Force - Armed Forces - 6 Almont: Total Family Households - 728
Industry By Median Earnings In The Past 12 Months (in 2014 Inflation-adjusted Dollars) For The Full-time, Year-round Civilian Employed Population 16 Years And Over:
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining:
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting:
Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction:
Construction : 33,750
Retail trade: 24,286
Transportation and warehousing, and utilities: 49,063
Transportation and warehousing: 49,063
Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing: 41,563
Finance and insurance : 40,313
Real estate and rental and leasing :
Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services: 51,667
Professional, scientific, and technical services: 41,250
Management of companies and enterprises:
Administrative and support and waste management services: 85,125
Educational services, and health care and social assistance: 39,167
Educational services: 72,292
Health care and social assistance: 25,208
Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services: 18,958
Arts, entertainment, and recreation:
Accommodation and food services:
Other services except public administration: 34,643
The term "handicap" can be offensive and is not appropriate language when referring to someone with disabilities. We apologize if we have offended anyone, that's not our intent. We use the term only to reference certain aspects of accessible construction (for the benefit of our uninformed viewers). We know that a person using a wheelchair would be much less "handicapped" in a building and surroundings that are wheelchair accessible, the extent of the handicap to an individual relates directly to accessibility!