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ADA Info

Frequently Asked Questions about ramps and ADA - the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990:

Does Roll-A-Ramp® comply with ADA guidelines?
Roll-A-Ramp® is unique because it can be built to any length desired. Roll-A-Ramp® is flexible in that it can be built to ADA specifications 12:1 (1 foot of ramp per 1 inch of rise). Because it is a portable ramp, it is not required to comply with ADA guidelines. However, all systems are safe and secure.

Does the ramp for my home need to meet ADA standards?
In short, no. ADA specifications apply to permanent ramps on commercial property. An evaluation is done to assure you receive the right ramp solution for your unique need.

How long should I build my ramp?
ADA guidelines require ramps to have 1-foot of length per 1-inch of rise. However, this length is typically not needed in most locations nor is it feasible in most home locations. Ramp length will depend on your situation and your individual need. Please contact Roll-A-Ramp® for questions or a recommendation.

Please call for a full evaluation before purchasing a ramp.
Roll-A-Ramp® will provide personal evaluations over the phone at NO COST. If you are able to email us photos of your home or location where access is needed, it will help us better visualize what you are trying to accomplish. We genuinely care about helping our customers with their accessibility needs. This means we will take our time to make sure we understand the access situation rather than simply selling a product off the shelf. Roll-A-Ramp® ramps can be adapted to meet most accessibility needs, where other products may be limited to more standard applications with less flexibility.

For more information on ADA guidelines, check out these online resources
(This information has been provided to Roll-A-Ramp by independent third parties and is shared as a resource for those who visit our site.)

U.S. Department of Justice Americans with Disabilities Homepage

Americans with Disabilities Act – Wikipedia

ADA National Network

ADA Compliance

American Association of People with Disabilities

A Guide to Disability Rights Laws

Common ADA Errors and Omissions in New Construction and Alterations

Disability Etiquette Presentation by VTC Fargo

College Resources for Students with Disabilities by Affordable Colleges Online

Disability Laws, info by Freedom Resource Center in Fargo, ND

Resources for Students with Hearing Impairments - Accredited Schools Online

Additional Resources for Children, Adults and Students with Disabilities
(This information has been provided to Roll-A-Ramp by independent third parties and is shared as a resource for those who visit our site.)

Routines and Children with Disabilities

Beneficial Activities for Kids with Special Needs

The Ultimate Guide to Flying with Autistic Children

Teaching Students with Special Needs

Homeschooling and Special Needs Children

College Assistance Guide for People with ADHD

Disability.gov’s Guide for Family Caregivers

How Caregivers Can Take Better Care of Themselves

Obesity and Children with Special Needs

A Safety Guide for Disabled Pedestrians

A New Savings Plan for the Disabled

A Guide for Disabled Homebuyers

Financial Assistance for Accessibility Home Repairs and Modifications

Home Accessibility Costs

Guide on How to Get Scholarships and Grants for Students with Disabilities

Understanding Cyber Bullying in College

Graduate School Success for Students with Disabilities

Guide to Suicide Prevention

Guide to Preventing Substance Abuse

The Role of School Counselors in School Safety

Addiction Treatment Guide for Individuals with a Disability


Contact Roll-A-Ramp® today with questions on how we can help with your accessibility needs.
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