New York Ramps

Some Photos of our more Ramp installs in the New York area:

  Our Professional Ramp Install Specialists will install your ramp to comply with
  the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Brooklyn Apartment Building Ramp

Powder coat low gloss black, picket guardrail and steps

Brooklyn Apartment Building Ramp

Both ramp and step entrances allow access by both wheelchairs and pedestrians

Brooklyn Apartment Building Ramp

Commercial ramp built to exact specifications and with permit

Calvary Chapel of Hope Ramp

Ramp blends easily with the church building in the background

Calvary Chapel of Hope Ramp

Notice the extra wide U-turn for wheelchairs and motorized scooters

Calvary Chapel of Hope Ramp

Ramp is three-feet wide with picket rails. Notice the gentle slope for easy wheelchair access.

Ambulance Stretcher Ramp

Custom 8 foot by 8 foot safety ramp. Designed by NY Stairlifts for ambulance stretchers.

Ambulance Stretcher Ramp

42 inch high picket handrails with secure grips for added safety.

Ambulance Stretcher Ramp

Note how the landing mounting is completely flush with the door.

Ambulance Stretcher Ramp

Powder coat low gloss black paint. Black non-slip surface

Non-Slip Aluminum ADA Ramp

Three-foot wide residential ramp with 34-inch high picket hand rails

Non-Slip Aluminum ADA Ramp

Notice the smooth wheelchar entrance and how the landing is secured to the house patio

Non-Slip Aluminum ADA Ramp

Grab rails and hand loops. NY Ramps is qualified to core-drill the cement to safely secure the ramp

Non-Slip Aluminum ADA Ramp

180 degree turn with plenty of room for a wheelchair to turn unassisted

High End Ramp Install at Condo

High end ramp install for condo complex. Ramp goes down to the curb for easy street access.

High End Ramp Install at Condo

Clubhouse needed handicap access that blended with the landscape. Ramp is powder coated to match the color of the building

High End Ramp Install at Condo

Remember when we said no job too big or small? We mean that!

High End Ramp Install at Condo

Digging out the area for the ramp's concrete foundation

High End Ramp Install at Condo

Concrete foundation poured and setting

High End Ramp Install at Condo

A full view of the ramp before professional landscaping hides much of our hard work

High End Ramp Install at Condo

Beginning of landscaping. Notice the nice faux cobblestoned appearance of the smooth ramp flooring

High End Ramp Install at Condo

Notice how the landscaping and the ramp blend together to form a pleasing appearance

High End Ramp Install at Condo

Almost done!

High End Ramp Install at Condo

The paver ramp has the same matching hand rails as the aluminum ramp.

New York Ramps

Simple ramp install

New York Ramps

Notice handles do not overlap sidewalk

New York Ramps

Gentle slope for a controlled descent

Movie Studio near Williamsburg Bridge

4-Foot Wide Commercial Ramp. Back door and heavy duty.

Movie Studio near Williamsburg Bridge

As solid as the Williamsburg Bridge

Movie Studio near Williamsburg Bridge

Landing panel provides a safe, smooth transition. Notice the concrete support at the lower-left.

Commercial Ramp, Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club

4-Foot Wide Commercial Ramp. Note that ramp is flush with landing for easy and smooth wheelchair access.

Commercial Ramp, Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club

Note two sets of handrails, the lower rail is to assist a person with a wheelchair.

Commercial Ramp, Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club

Note solid, heavy-duty construction. Extra care taken to use precise right-angles with an attractive appearance

Home Install in Grass

3-Foot Wide Residential Ramp. Handrails do not extend over sidewalk, per local laws

Home Install in Grass

Ramp ends in grass at a gentle slope

Side Door Install

Very gentle slope

School Back Door

Ramp over a single step for easy wheelchair access

School Back Door

Notice landing is flush with floor tiles for a smooth transition

Long Side Door Install

Expert install, difficult installation. This ramp is 68 feet long!

Long Side Door Install

Notice there is both an adult grab rail and a child grab rail.

Long Side Door Install

Heavy duty construction can withstand common automobile parking lot impacts

Long Side Door Install

Despite the length of this ramp, landing is solid and will not sway

Long Side Door Install

Notice the multiple extended supports for stability.

Long Side Door Install

This railing design was chosen to be attractive against the calming blue wall

Long Side Door Install

Because this ramp is 68 feet long, it has a "stop and rest" landing every 30 feet as required by the ADA.

Ramp with Steps

Both a ramp and steps made to fit a crowded area

Government Building Install

Notice the small extended ramp at the sidewalk landing. Rounded corners do not injure pedestrians.

Front Yard Ramp Install

This front yard needed a ramp entrance off an uneven walkway. Careful planning by NYRamps resulted in this unique solution

Front Yard Ramp Install

The ramp is bolted deep into the soil with square pedestals to stop soil erosion

Loading Dock Ramp

Heavy duty ramp with deep pavement supports

Side Door Ramp on Bricks

Calm, gentle slope for easy access

Side Door Ramp on Bricks

Ramp bolted into brick surface with no mess or residue

Front Door Ramp to Sidewalk

Railing chosen to not overlap sidewalk, conforms to local laws

Front Door Ramp to Driveway

Ramp over uneven lawn with concrete pedestals

 

 

 

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New York Ramps

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