An aluminum wheelchair ramp outside for outside of a home has been one of best types of solutions we’ve provided for our veterans, persons with disabilities and businesses that have needed to meet ADA compliance standards. Although there are several solutions for accessing a home that is elevated less than 36” off the ground, aluminum ramps seem to be the more common choice. So common that many people have bought sections of ramp online and installed it themselves, more than often than not, incorrectly or unsafely.
There are some aspects of an aluminum wheelchair ramp that are easy to put together. Most people with a couple of the basic tools can complete the task. The bolts must be fastened tight and all of the safety components like handrails should be properly installed and present. These are the parts that are easy and many people can do.