Features & Benefits of Our Modular Wheelchair Ramps
Every one of the modular wheelchair ramps we carry are fitted with a non-skid surface on stainless steel hardware.
Our modular wheelchair ramps are built with a seamless connection between the ramp and the platform that can support a 1000 lb. weight capacity.
As leading dealer of modular wheelchair ramps in New Jersey, Williams Lifts is proud to carry only ramps that are made and assembled in the United States.
Our company is built on a history of supporting our customers through a commitment to excellence. With our modular wheelchair ramps, and every other piece of equipment we carry, we pay particular attention to appearance, ease of installation, and long-term durability.
We take pride being able to provide our customers with aluminum ramps — the best modular wheelchair ramps on the market.
However, in almost every circumstance we recommend our customers go with aluminum ramps. You’ll understand once we compare the two types of ramps for you.
Aluminum Ramps vs. Wooden Ramps
Aluminum ramps will not rust and are virtually maintenance free, where as wooden ramps are subject to decay over time and require regular maintenance.
Aluminum ramps are easy to assemble with a minimal amount of tools, and no building permit is required to assemble them. By comparison, wooden ramps require a permit to build and also mean you have to hire a contractor or carpenter for assembly.
In addition, aluminum ramps are extremely quick to assemble. A 24’ system with handrails can be set up in less than 30 minutes, versus two days for a wooden ramp.
You can easily expand, reconfigure, or move an aluminum ramp. In order to make any adjustments to a wooden ramp you would have to tear it down and rebuild it.
Your money goes further with an aluminum ramp. It’s an asset that can be reused, resold, or rented out. A wooden ramp, on the other hand, has no resale value and can actually lower the value of the house it’s installed on.
Here are the comparisons side by side:
Aluminum vs. Wood
- Virtually maintenance free. vs. Requires regular maintenance.
- Will not rot or rust. vs. Subject to decay.
- Easy assembly with minimal tools. vs. Requires hiring assistance for assembly.
- No building permit required. vs. Requires a permit.
- Ramp can be easily adjusted and moved. vs. Ramp would have to be torn down and reassembled.
- An asset that can be reused, resold or rented. vs. No resale value. Can actually lower resale value of home.
- Set up in less than 30 minutes. vs. Set up in 2 days.
Williams Lifts is Your Source For Quality Modular Wheelchair Ramps in NJ
Seniors in NJ have come to rely on Williams Lift Company as the number one supplier of high-quality modular wheelchair ramps.
For more information on modular wheelchair ramps, or about any other products and services we offer, please do not hesitate to contact us today. Williams Lift Company proudly serves North Jersey and surrounding areas.