“With my wife stroke-impaired, partially paralyzed, and using a wheelchair to get around, I am demanding of great customer service, and not hesitant about vocalizing my displeasure if she doesn't receive it. Matt treated us like his favorite member of his family. He was patient, attentive, and respectful of my wife, who can be hard to hear and understand. When we were at Bach talking to Matt about the particulars of installing bars in my wife's shower, he promised a lot. During the installation, he delivered more. Frequent suggestions on how things might be done a better way. Done without asking: several little tasks that no one had talked about in the store.”
- Robert C.
Common Questions about Access Ramps
How do I know, which length of ramp to purchase?
ADA recommends 1:12 (1 foot of ramp for every 1 inch of rise).
If you are using a mobility device such as a mobility scooter or power wheelchair you should consult with the manufacturer to see what incline ratio their devices can handle.
What materials do you use to construct your accessibility ramps?
Modular ramps are made of aluminum which is lightweight, yet durable and will not rust or corrode.
Other ramps are made from pressure treated wood.
Are access ramps Medicare compliant?
Access ramps are not covered by Medicare; however the VA offers grant money for lifts and ramps to eligible veterans.
Do you have questions about improving your home safety?
Call Bach Medical Supply Today 417-883-1400 For more information on product pricing and availability.
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