What's the difference between compliance and requirements? Compliance is how you are able to make sure your ADA ramps are meeting the specifications outlined. Requirements are what you need to follow, specific math and ratios to keep in mind to meet the specifications.
We often have customers that will come to us, filling out one of our forms, that want different quotes. One for the dream project - if they could have everything on their wish list for their performances. Another one for what they believe they can afford - the bare minimum. For those bare minimum quotes, we often are asked to put together multiple quotes, adding one more set of equipment to see how far they can stretch their budget.
Our ADA Ramps provide sturdy equipment that is compliant with ADA guidelines. Planning for the future during COVID-19 is sometimes all we can do to stay optimistic. Especially because ADA ramps help the elderly, who are a vulnerable population for COVID-19. Building a new normal involves learning what ADA ramp guidelines are and finding equipment that fit your needs.
ADA ramps are needed and commonly found outside of homes, businesses, and connected to stages. Especially for those once a year gatherings like graduations, events, and award shows - you need accessibility. We specialize in providing ADA Ramps for stages. In fact, we provide the whole system: ADA ramps, stages, and carts to transport the equipment in. You'll find everything you need with us, creating a seamless system that is made to work together.
You're probably wondering what the dimensions of ADA ramps are available for the size of your stage. Design layout is also another factor that some organizations have not considered before. Participants feeling comfortable and safe is your first concern, with proper stage setup as your close second. To help out, we have our ADA ramp below with information to help break down the dimensions and layouts.
ADA Ramp compliance is important and necessary today. We need to be more proactive for people with disabilities, instead of being reactive when problems arise.