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  Reply # 1336257 3-Jul-2015 10:16 One person supports this post Send private message

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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  Reply # 1336278 3-Jul-2015 10:42 Send private message

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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  Reply # 1337339 5-Jul-2015 16:56 Send private message

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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  Reply # 1351030 24-Jul-2015 10:19 Send private message

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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We will remember them.

 

 


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