Threshold Ramps & Low Ramps for Doors & Sliding Doors

Designed for a variety of applications and situations, threshold ramps are a great cost-effective solution for those using a wheelchair, walker, or scooter who have a difficult time maneuvering over an entrance way or other small barriers.

Our threshold ramps are easy to install, and are engineered to be lightweight and durable yet strong and able to work in the most severe conditions. We offer a large variety of threshold ramps for both temporary and permanent applications including: rubberadjustable and modularself supportingaluminum, and bariatric.

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  1. Types of Threshold Ramps
  2. Measuring for a Threshold Ramp
  3. Selecting the Right Threshold Ramp
  4. Installing a Threshold Ramp
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Threshold Ramps: What You Need to Know Before You Buy

When you or a loved one is physically challenged and reliant on a wheelchair, scooter or walker, even the smallest physical barrier can impede the person’s mobility.  One of the most common physical barriers is an elevated doorway threshold between the outside and inside of a home, office, or commercial structure. Even a half inch difference between the walking surface and the entry way can create a dangerous situation.

When there’s a difference in height between the walking surface and the threshold of a hinged or sliding door, a threshold ramp is needed to make the entryway safe and convenient for all people.

By definition a threshold ramp is an inclined plane (a flat surface rising at an angle) that creates a smooth, continuous platform from one walking surface to another. Threshold ramps allow the physically challenged in wheelchairs, scooters, or using walkers, to move safely and freely through doorways, passages and raised landings that might otherwise be dangerous due to differences in height.

EZ Edge Threshold Ramps - ADA Compliant

Types of Threshold Ramps

There are a number of types of ramps that are both associated with and suitable for use as a threshold ramp.  For example, if the threshold is only an inch or two above the walking surface, and price is the ultimate concern, there are plans online to construct a simple wooden ramp that can provide adequate service under light-duty and favorable environmental conditions.

However, for a longer-lasting, safety-first solution that can withstand inclement weather, heavier use and higher threshold rises, rubber and aluminum threshold ramps are the preferred choice.

Understanding the pros and cons of different types of ramps shouldn’t be a challenge and with our help it won’t be! You can start your journey by visiting our resource, “What Type of Threshold Ramp Do I Need?” Here you’ll find a detailed explanation of the various ramp types that may suit your needs.

EZ-Access Transitions Rubber Threshold Ramps Rise: 1½” up to 2½” Width: 36″

Measuring for a Threshold Ramp

There are three critical measurements needed before you purchase your threshold ramp. These measurements include the height of the threshold, the width of the door, and the amount of space on the walkway where the ramp will rest.  In our resource, Measuring for a Threshold, we’ll explain how the length of the threshold ramp you choose – no matter the type of ramp – will depend upon how many inches the threshold is above the walking surface. While the mathematics are simple, the accuracy is important to finding a safe, effective ramp.  We offer a full discussion of the ADA recommendations, and why those recommendations often do not apply to a residential threshold ramp.

Selecting the Right Threshold Ramp

After you’ve taken the three critical measurements for any threshold ramp, selecting the right ramp for your home or office becomes a balancing act that optimizes a number of parameters.  For example, here are some variables you’ll likely consider as you choose the type of ramp to purchase.

  • How much weight must the ramp carry?
  • Will the ramp be exposed to rain, snow and dirt?
  • Is this a permanent or temporary installation?
  • Will there be help available to assist someone in a wheelchair up and down the ramp?
  • What’s my budget?

We answer these and other questions in our resource, Selecting the Right Threshold Ramp, helping you to find a safe, effective and affordable solution. To make the process just a bit easier, we’ve created a Threshold Ramp Configurator that, based on your answers to these and other questions, will produce a ranked list of the ramps that you’ll want to consider for purchase.

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Installing A Threshold Ramp

How you install your new threshold ramp will depend a great deal on the type of ramp you’ve purchased and any special consideration the threshold might present because of its design and construction.  Typically, installation of a ramp is simple and takes minutes. Nonetheless, we offer detailed instructions in the resource article, Installing a Threshold Ramp, for the primary types of ramps.

Of course our customer service team is also available to answer any questions you might have about installation, selection or purchase options.  Click the chat button to the right, or call us at 800-876-7267.

 


Rubber Threshold Ramps



Adjustable & Modular Threshold Ramps



Self-Supporting Threshold Ramps



Aluminum Threshold Plates and Ramps


We have a wide variety of safe and inexpensive threshold ramps. Threshold ramps are always in stock and ship same-day or next business day. Our team will guide you through your decision, ensuring that you receive exactly what you need. When you choose Handi-Ramp you are choosing an experienced team that will:

  • Guide you through the decision process
  • Provide you with the lowest price for any threshold ramp
  • Deliver your threshold ramp fast
  • Provide the best one-on-one customer service
  • *FREE GROUND SHIPPING to the contiguous U.S.

*An additional shipping charge will be added for orders outside of the contiguous United States.
Additional shipping charges may apply for residential, limited access locations, and lift gate needs.

 

They made my wheelchair life even greater. Not a chance-to make it any better than it is. God must help you designing stuff!!!

Paul Fitzgerald
Livonia, MI


Even though these ramps were custom bent for me (2 1/2″ I got them the next day on a holiday weekend. I plan to buy again!! Excellent product and service.

BJ Underwood
Clawson, MI


My husband used his ramp 3 years ago and now I have moved and took it with me for my mother to use.

Gwen Query
Longview, TX


I like the simplicity of the design.

Andy McMahon


It was exactly what I needed.

Comella Harston
Hobart, IN


Products look good and are good quality.

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