Ramps are durable, hold up well with daily use, and provide access to difficult or small spaces.
3/5 Ease of Use
4/5 Meets Expectations
Reviewer: harvey d. from mesa, az
User Details: Active 75 year-old man with severe arthritis, uses power chair full-time, and has ramps throughout house for access and egress.
Strengths: Ramps are strong but light weight; easy to handle and attach, even to concrete. Have used these ramps more than ten years, and all are still in use and in good condition.
Weaknesses: Only real weakness was with the 4" ramp. Incline is steep enough to require slow and careful maneuvering of power chair to safely transition a 4" elevation without pitching forward. Need to lengthen the run of the ramp similar to the 5" ramp.
Also recommend a rubberized piece of rug or carpet to install under entire ramp, to reduce noise and potential surface scratching when transiting ramp on hard floors.
The grooves on the ramp provide sufficient grip, but I always add strips of safety tape, to provide extra grip, especially outdoors when wet. The 5" ramp works perfectly.
Reviewed on 12/29/2017