Adapta Ramps Blog

We believe knowledge is the base of innovation. And innovation brings progress, evolution, and profit for everyone. That is why we have made it our mission to create useful content for our partners and followers alike.

Created and reviewed by our engineers and architects, the tips, tricks, and professional advice pieces listed here will add growth to your business or enhance your life and partnerships.

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3 Important Factors when choosing an Access Ramp For Your Business

Access ramps are engineered to allow people to easily access certain areas such as doorways, kerbs, and stairs. They act as bridges to access elevated surfaces. For individuals with mobility problems and require the use of electric scooters and wheelchairs, access ramps allow them to enter certain areas in a hassle-free and safe manner. Having [...]

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Why You Shouldn’t Build a Wheelchair Ramp on Your Own

When it comes to installing a wheelchair ramp, many home and business owners tend to go with a DIY route instead of availing the services of professional ramp builders and installers. Although this method usually works well for individuals with extensive carpentry and construction experience, it’s generally not advisable to DIY a ramp, especially if [...]

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Calculating the Gradient of Wheelchair Ramps

In Australia, certain laws and regulations have been implemented to ensure that public ramps follow certain specifications. These aim to protect the safety of the people while providing them with better access to areas that are open to the public. One of the specifications covered by these regulations is the gradient or slope of a [...]

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What are Prefabricated Ramps?

Prefabricated ramps are economical and practical solutions when it comes to providing better accessibility to residential and commercial properties. These types of ramps are usually made up of several sections that are assembled together on-site during the installation process. These ramps come in various sizes and are made from different materials such as wood and [...]

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Why Wheelchair Ramps Should Have Handrails

Handrails are regarded as essential features of accessibility ramps due to the various benefits they offer to users. Generally, they provide people with something to hold on to, which helps improve their balance and prevent them from slipping or falling as they cross the ramp. Aside from added safety, rails on wheelchair ramps are also [...]

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6 Mistakes To Avoid When Getting A Wheelchair Ramp

If you’re looking to make your home, office, or establishment more accessible and wheelchair-friendly, then your best option is to purchase and install a ramp. This feature, which is usually used as an alternative to stairs, provides people with disabilities and mobility issues with an easier and safer way to reach their destination. There are [...]

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Different Anti-Skid Options For Your Ramp

Wheelchair and accessibility ramps provide individuals with mobility issues an easy and safe way to visit public areas. Due to the nature of these types of ramps, the Disability Discrimination Act and the Australian Standards require them to have certain safety features in order to make them more user-friendly. Aside from having properly designed handrails, [...]

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DDA And AS Guidelines on Handrails

Handrails are basic safety features that are commonly added to stairways and accessibility ramps. Their main purpose is to provide individuals with something to hold on to in case they lose their balance or slip. Many types of people benefit from using handrails. Aside from those with mobility issues, pregnant women, children, senior citizens, and [...]

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6 Important Factors To Remember Before Building A Wheelchair Ramp

A wheelchair ramp is generally designed to provide people with mobility issues with an easier and safer way to access certain areas. In most cases, these areas are in an elevated position and can only be reached by crossing steps, kerbs, or a set of stairs. Through access ramps, individuals that rely on wheelchairs and [...]

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