Suppliers of ramps
What are wheelchair ramps?
Wheelchair ramps come in a wide range of sizes and styles that offer different functionality. The main goal of a ramp is to allow wheelchairs, scooters, and people using crutches, walkers or canes to access buildings with a change in level. They also help with internal household thresholds, and getting in and out of accessible vehicles.There are many different types of ramps with different functions. For example:
Threshold and kerb ramps come in different types such as rubber, fibreglass or aluminium, and make rolling over these small obstacles much easier. They can be temporary or fixed/permanent.
Portable suitcase ramps are usually aluminium and can come in several styles and lengths, usually from 2-feet to 8-feet in length. They fold in half for easier portability and storage.
Telescopic channel ramps are made of sturdy aluminium and usually have not-skid finishes. They can be a little tricky to set up and align with the wheelchair wheels. However, they are lightweight and telescope in and out making them very compact and portable.
Aluminum modular ramps are ideal for both commercial and residential areas that require longer runs for going up more than a few stairs. Modular ramps are available in different widths and are semi-permanent or permanent installations. Because they are modular they can be set up in almost any configuration option with handrails for extra safety when needed.
Modular wheelchair ramp systems are ramps which are specifically designed to be set up and used in one location for a long period of time. However, they can be disassembled and reconfigured to fit another location in the event the user moves or they are no longer needed. They are a stable ramp which can be used for both manual and power wheelchairs, walkers, and three or four-wheeled scooters.
Permanent ramps are usually made from concrete and are custom made for the location. They usually have handrails at least on one side to provide support.
Listed below is just some of the suppliers of wheelchair access ramps. This list is by no means exhaustive and just intended as a guide to the many suppliers and sources of products available.
Deansgrange Business Park
Tel: 01 289 1999
Products include: Fixed channel ramps, aluminium folding ramps, bridging ramps, roll-up portable ramps, door frame ramps
Unit 7 CIDO Business Complex
Co Armagh, BT63 5WH
Tel: 048 3839 8877
Products include: Portable and semi-permanent ramps for buildings and vehicles, second-hand ramps, ramp hire available
Home Healthcare Adaptations
Tel: 01 828 4589
Products include: Outdoor access handrails and guardrails, handrails for stairs, level access entrances, permanent and semi-permanent ramps
The Care & Assist Company
Unit 3 Maryland Industrial Estate
286 Ballygowan Road
Tel: 048 9044 9266
Products include: Folding and telescopic ramps
Homecare Medical Supplies
Tel: 1890 989 140
Ballina, Co Mayo 096 79900
Castlebar, Co Mayo 094 904 4448
Cork 021 432 3024
Cavan 049 435 3001
Dundalk 042 932 5000
Galway 091 567 812
Kerry 066 710 3773
Limerick 061 437 004
Sligo 071 915 3444
Products include: Folding, threshold and channel ramps
Irish Stairlifts & Bathrooms
John Preston Healthcare
Unit 7A Blaris Industrial Estate
Co Antrim BT27 5QB
Tel: 048 2967 7077 and 01 604 0217
Products include: All types of ramps
Leinster Bathrooms & Stairlifts
Mobility At Home
John Joe Sheehy Road
Tel: 066 7169583
Locations also at: Cork 021 2428870 Dublin 01 9060379 Portlaoise 057 8600691 Web: www.mobilityathome.ie
Products include: Channel ramps, threshold ramps, roll-up ramps, suitcase ramps, scooter ramps
Unit A3, Airside Enterprise Centre
Airside Business Park
Tel: 01 890 0890
Products include: Vehicle access ramps and lifts, all types of portable ramps
The Mobility Shop
The Ramp People
If you're a supplier of ramps and would like to be included on this list, please contact Assist Ireland at email@example.com
Last updated: 12 October 2018