101 Mobility provides residential and commercial aluminum ramps to assist seniors, veterans, the disabled, and those with a temporary need after surgery with their mobility needs. Our aluminum modular ramps are almost maintenance-free, corrosion resistant, and installed throughout the year.
We sell, rent, install, and service ramps to provide you with the solution you need to get in your home and overcome the thresholds inside your home. Ramps can give you the accessibility you need to stay in your home.
Our team can provide you with a free consultation to determine what is best for you!
Types of Ramps
- Modular Ramps - Aluminum
101 Mobility's aluminum modular wheelchair ramp systems offer customizable and durable solutions to meet your unique needs. Not only are our ramps fast and easy to install, but they are also available for rental and can be removed without impacting your home's resale value.
- Threshold Ramps: Rubber and Aluminum
Threshold ramps from 101 Mobility allow wheelchair, power chair, power scooter, and other wheeled mobility device users to easily maneuver across short rises in the home. Whether crossing through a doorway threshold, up a small step, or across several other daily obstacles, 101 Mobility offers a rubber or aluminum threshold ramp solution to suit your needs.
Should I purchase or rent an aluminum wheelchair ramp?
- The cost depends on the design of the ramp. Our experts will determine what is best for your needs and provide the length and configuration you need at your home. The price of a residential modular ramp system can range from $1000 - $10,000 with an average of approximately $5000.
- Most of our locations provide a rental option. If you have a temporary need, this may be a good solution for you. We've also found rental a good choice if a friend or relative in a wheelchair is visiting your home. Rental rates vary depending on market and availability, but monthly rates range from $150-$500 a month.
What happens on the day of installation?
Our professional installers will install your ramp once you have approved the design. Rain or snow may delay the installation, but ramps often are installed in less than one day. In addition, 101 Mobility experts will answer any questions you may have while they are at your home.