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Complement Your Exterior with a Wooden Ramp

Installed over steps, thresholds or doorways, ramps allow wheelchair and mobility scooter users to access steps, vehicles and raised landings with ease. These accessibility systems are durable and easy to assemble. National Seating & Mobility will help configure the product you choose to meet your requirements. Compared to aluminum systems, wooden ramps are special because they can be customized to complement your exterior.

If you are thinking of buying a wooden ramp, consider choosing a product from National Ramp’s Wood Ramps Series. National Seating & Mobility offers modular wood systems from this manufacturer that come with the safest walking surface and are affordable too. They can be painted or stained to match your deck or patio. These systems feature a unique leg design to maximize structural integrity and are constructed from pressure treated wood to prevent rotting.

Key features include

  • Built of kiln-dried premium pressure treated southern yellow pine
  • Wood decking spaced to allow for drainage as well as natural expansion & contraction
  • ADA-compliant 36″ width
  • Easy installation within hours
  • Economical but enduring
  • Clean, modern appearance
  • Vertical pickets and steps available

Purchase your wooden ramp from National Seating & Mobility. National Seating & Mobility has experienced engineers who are fully factory trained. The team will visit your site, measure for your ramp, and evaluate your specific needs. After fabricating your wooden ramp, these technicians will install it quickly and efficiently.

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