Category: Wheelchair Ramps

  • June 16, 2020

Barrier Free Plus, Inc Postcard Mailing

Keep an eye out, you may be receiving on of our postcards with a money-saving coupon in the mail!

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  • June 3, 2020

Aluminum Handicap Ramp Installation for the ALS Society in Sterling Heights, MI

Joe from Barrier Free Plus, Inc. of Macomb County, MI is in Sterling Heights, Michigan showing off a ramp just completed for the ALS society. It is an aluminum plank ramp that comes off of the door threshold out to the sidewalk termination and roll right to the driveway. Aluminum plank ramps are one of our most installed products, and…

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  • May 21, 2020

Medical Disability Modification Remodel on a Mobile Home in Flatrock, MI

Joe from Barrier Free Plus, Inc. of Macomb County, MI shows you a medical disability modification┬áremodel of a mobile home in Flatrock, Michigan. The aluminum ramp is fully covered by an awning with rain gutters, that also help deflect the melting snow and ice away from the property. We also put in a second ramp for egress (or fire escape)…

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  • May 6, 2020

Handicap Barrier-Free Room Addition to a Home in Detroit, MI

Continuing installation of a room addition for barrier-free living and accessibility. This project was halted due to COVID-19 and Michigan’s shutdown order from our Governor. It is on Freeland Street in Detroit, Michigan by Barrier Free Plus, Inc. of Macomb County, MI.

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  • February 13, 2017

ADA Wheelchair Ramps Michigan

Barrier Free Plus, Inc specializes in ADA Compliant Wheelchair Ramps in Michigan. Let our experts design and install a professional Wheelchair Ramp in Michigan. Call (586) 598-2600 today! ADA Building Codes for Wheelchair Ramps The following will give you more information on the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) federal building codes for modular wheelchair ramps and the like. Your local building…

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  • December 22, 2016

Wheelchair Ramp Install Service Macomb County, MI

For professional Macomb County wheelchair ramp install services, contact Barrier Free Plus at (586) 598-2600 for more information. Why Wheelchair Ramps Are Important Ramps are necessary in order to make places handicapped accessible. Wheelchair ramps are inclined planes that are often installed either instead of, or in addition to stairs. This helps people who use wheelchairs to access the residences and…

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  • October 30, 2016

Macomb County Wheelchair Ramp Installation

Please call Barrier Free Plus, Inc at (586) 598-2600 for Macomb County wheelchair ramp installation. The Importance of a Wheelchair Ramp A wheelchair ramp may be the next best thing to sliced bread if you are dependent on a wheelchair. Otherwise, building accessibility goes unnoticed to many. And unnoticed can cost you some important health benefits of getting out. There…

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  • September 27, 2016

Residential Wheelchair Ramp Services Macomb County

Do you need a residential wheelchair ramp in Macomb County, MI? If so, please call the experts at Barrier Free Plus, Inc at (586) 598-2600 for more information. Wheelchair Ramps – The Benefits A wheelchair ramp which may also be known as a handicap ramp, offers individuals in a wheelchair greater access not only inside your home, but also into…

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  • September 27, 2016

Wheelchair Ramp Installation in Macomb County

Are you looking for wheelchair ramp installation in Macomb County, MI? If so, please contact Barrier Free Plus, Inc at (586) 598-2600 for a free consultation. Five Key Benefits of Adding a Wheelchair Ramp to Your Home Retaining independence is a key value for many disabled and elderly individuals. Installing customized wheelchair ramps can be an affordable and practical solution…

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  • June 30, 2016

Wheelchair Ramp Installation Macomb County, MI

Barrier Free Plus Inc specializes in professional installation of wheelchair ramps in Macomb County, Michigan. Please call us at (586) 598-2600 for a free consultation. A wheelchair ramp is an inclined plane that can be used instead of stairs by wheelchair users as well as people pushing strollers or carts. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 requires that a…

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