Modular Ramps

A modular ramp is considered a semi-permanent structure- meaning you’ll get a stable and long-lasting product without permanently altering your property. This type of ramp can be connected, moved, and reconfigured in countless ways and has a heavier weight capacity than portable ramps. Modular ramps are 36″-48″ wide and can be built with or without a handrail.

What sets our modular wheelchair ramps apart? Flexibility! Our innovative modular design allows you to customize and configure the ramp to suit any environment. Whether you require a straight, angled, or turn platform configuration, our ramps adapt effortlessly to your space, making them the ideal choice for any building layout.

Invest in quality and reliability. Choose Adaptive Mobility for your modular wheelchair ramp needs. Get started now and transform your space into an inclusive and welcoming environment for all.

portable ramps

Portable Ramps

A portable wheelchair ramp is a great solution for temporary access to your home if you have less than 3 steps for entry.

Whether you’re an active traveler, a home caregiver, or simply in need of a convenient solution for daily mobility, our portable ramps are the perfect companion. Lightweight, foldable, and easy to transport, they fit seamlessly into your lifestyle, granting you the independence you deserve.

Engineered with safety as a top priority, our ramps feature slip-resistant surfaces and secure edges to provide peace of mind during use. Plus, their adaptable designs cater to various wheelchair sizes and mobility aids, ensuring a snug fit for everyone.

Portable Ramps: available in 2′, 3′, 4′, 5′, 6′, 7′ and 8′ lengths

Modular Aluminum Ramps: available in 4′, 5, 6′, 7′ and 8′ sections. Sections connect to each other or platforms for turns and landing.

EZ-Access Ramps (Brochure)

Metal Ramps

Compared to other types of ramps, metal/aluminum ramps are a great value and have several benefits when considering what material will work best for your needs. Metal ramps are part of a modular system that has various lengths, widths and features, which allow for an unlimited configurations. While they might not be as aesthetically pleasing as some other materials, they are considered a temporary structure and don’t require permits or inspections. They can also be moved or adjusted for any landscaping changes that may occur, and they can be resold or relocated to another home if the time comes to move houses.

Metal ramps have a lifetime warranty, and can withstand the elements (summer heat, spring rain storms and heavy winter snowfall). They require no maintenance or upkeep like wood, and won’t sink in settling ground conditions like concrete. To prevent your metal ramp from becoming a ski jump in the winter, consider using heat mats or applying sand (not salt!) on the surface of the ramps. Alternatively, we can explore the option of using expanded metal instead of surface if you live in an area, or have a north faing entrance, where ice and snow are an issue.

Concrete Ramps

Concrete ramps and walkways are a great way to integrate access into your home in a way that blends with the exterior. This durable, customizable solution will last for years, but often requires some careful planning ahead of installation. If you live in a neighborhood with an HOA, concrete work is considered a permanent alteration to the home’s appearance, and will likely require approval through their design review committee. HOAs can never refuse a homeowner access into their own home, but they can dictate how it must look in order to meet their landscaping design covenants. Typically, it is recommended that concrete walkways intended for wheelchair use have a 4″ curb on the edges to prevent people from falling off; some people prefer the look and added security of handrails, which can also be added to the ramp design.

Concrete must be poured using forms to ensure an appropriate and safe slope, which might impact the overall look and feel of your property. Like with metal ramps, salt should NOT be used during the winter months on your concrete because it will eat away at the surface and cause small holes and divots to form. A good alternative to salt is sand, or consider integrating heating mats into your concrete project to prevent ice buildup.

Wooden Ramps

Wood is often people’s first choice when it comes to choosing a material for their wheelchair ramp. Some things to consider before making this decision are the weather and the ability to maintain the wood after several seasons. Wood ramps are an attractive way to improve accessibility into your home, and can be stained to match your existing structure. This type of ramp usually requires a permit and building inspection (as well as HOA approval prior to installation), since it is considered a permanent alteration to your home’s structure.

As with all wooden ramps we build in Colorado, we use pressure-treated, kiln-dried lumber. This helps prevent the wood from aging as quickly in the hot sun and cold, snowy winters we have here. However, the wood will need to be sanded and stained every few years so that it can maintain its appearance and increase the lifespan of the ramp. Trex or composite material is also suitable for ramps, and while it requires less maintenance, it does tend to get very hot in the sun (think 150 degrees or more!), and slippery with any type of moisture we get. Wooden ramps will most likely need to have handrails installed once they reach a certain rise/length, and handrails can be made of wood or metal.

Wheelchair Ramp FAQs:

Q: How much ramp will I need?

A: First, measure from the ground to the topmost level of the space you are needing to access. This is called the “rise;” a typical step will be 7″ tall- therefore, you will have 7″ of rise per step. If you have two steps, your total rise will be 14″. The general rule of thumb with ramps is that you will want to have 1 foot of ramp for every 1 inch of rise. For two steps, you should consider getting as close to 14′ of ramp as you can.


Q: Do you rent ramps?

A: Yes! Modular ramp rentals are available based on the size needed and product availability. Give us a call to discuss temporary home access solutions.