Two Phases Of Handicap Access Solutions
Can this be true? That first the owner had a Walker Stair installed (on the right). And then later had to invest in the ramp on the left when needing to use a wheelchair? This is a great illustration of the spatial differences between the two. The long ramp on the left probably cost twice what the Walker Stair on the right cost, and it takes about twice the run. Note that the ramp on the left is without an intermediate landing that is required in most jurisdictions. The ADA provides resting stops (level surface) for wheelchair users when ramps reach certain lengths. Look up the code please!