Posted by Matthew Cochlin on 11th Dec 2019
We were asked to specify two ramps for wheelchair access to a property, one at the front of the property and one at the rear. The ramps needed to be in keeping with the property, have double handrails and offer safe use by an individual who used both a walker and a wheelchair.
The client decided to go for the Jetmarine System as this allowed them to have the main body of the ramps in cream, to match the exterior render and then the metalwork was all powder-coated in white, to match the UPVC windows and doors.
The main constraint was the amount of space available.
Ramp at Front
Ramp at Rear
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