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ABOUT EZ RAMPZ

Our President, David Todd, founded EZ Rampz over a decade ago.

“One of the most influential people in my life was the person I consider my grandfather, a decorated World War II veteran. What he experienced and endured is nothing short of astonishing, and certainly inspiring. He is part of the Greatest Generation. As I saw this generation face the infirmities of advancing age, I realized how crucial mobility is to maintaining a healthy and fulfilling life. When we go to the home of a client, we treat them just as I would treat my grandfather.”

In addition to helping those with long-term mobility issues and those facing short-term problems due to physical therapy and recovery from injury, we have enjoyed a long relationship with the Veterans Administration, providing freedom of mobility for thousands of our nation’s finest soldiers.

Contact us today for a free consultation. We would be happy to help with mobility solutions.

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OUR TERRITORY

We have been able to provide mobility and accessibility solutions for thousands throughout the Mid-Atlantic and as far west as Tennessee and Ohio. Our territory roughly spans about 270 miles from Roanoke, Virginia.

If you have questions regarding whether you are in our service area, don’t hesitate to call us: 855-357-7679.

COMPARE

Wooden ramps require regular maintenance, frequent repair and replacement of components, are affected by rain and sun, and will last a few years.
Wooden ramps generally require some sort of structural tie-in with your home.
Wooden ramps are more permanent structures, and very little material can be reused.
A proper wooden ramp requires time for footers to cure, concrete to harden, and often take several days to construct.
Wooden ramps are made of organic material, and will react to the environment.
A wooden ramp requires a great deal of material to provide proper support, and has a much lower pound-to-pound stress level.
wooden ramp can be built by anyone with a hammer, and generally require a building permit.
Materials for making wooden ramps are often treated with dangerous chemicals, and can often become toxic when applying stains or finishes.
A wooden ramp requires preservation, regular cleaning, and treatment for pests like termites.
While the initial costs are lower, wooden ramps require regular maintenance and treatment to extend their life.
Wooden ramps, when not properly protected, can develop a slick mildew in wetter climates.
To modify a wooden ramp, much (if not all) of the structure will have to be removed, and different woods will display different characteristics.
Wooden ramps can develop cracks and splinters, and will burn as readily as any firewood.