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  # 1336257 3-Jul-2015 10:16
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We've had both wooden ramps and a ramp made by this company. Wood is nice n all but once it's in its final



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  # 1336278 3-Jul-2015 10:42
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nzviking: We've had both wooden ramps and a ramp made by this company. Wood is nice n all but once it's in its final


That's a very good point, if we sell our home it can come with us.




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  # 1337339 5-Jul-2015 16:56
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My dad had one added. It was wood.
Yes it could get slippery in frosts (rare where they were).
He never slipped in the wheelchair, my mum slipped walking on it a couple of times though.



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  # 1351030 24-Jul-2015 10:19
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Some feed back on this. The ramp was installed this week, the job was done incredibly fast and to a very high standard. It is very easy to use and I am able to propel the chair up the ramp with ease. I will be interesting to try it when one arm is out of commission.
The only very minor issue I have with it is it is a little noisy when folks walk up it.




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