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Suite 100, Hanover, MD 21076

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Transitions Modular Entry Mat

Designed for doorways and raised landings, the TRANSITIONS® Modular Entry Mat can be used by itself or in a pair to make entry convenient and safe. The mat simply sits against the doorsill (inside or outside) to provide a smooth ground-to-sill transition. The Modular Entry Mat is made of 100% recycled material, is slip-resistant, and is designed for years of continued use. To accommodate wider entrances two mats can be placed side-by-side. Its 2½ inch height can be easily trimmed or notched to fit any entrance. Optional risers are available to reach heights greater than 2½ inches.

Description

  • Sturdy, seam-free surface makes Transitions ramps, mats and plates the safe solution for wheelchair, scooter, walker and cane users
  • Attractive designs are available in multiple styles and materials to suit your needs and taste
  • Slip-resistant tread and surfaces
  • Durably designed for years of continued use
  • Quick and easy setup and removal – installs in minutes so there is little-to-no disruption for you and your family
  • Ideal for doorways, sliding glass doors and raised landings
  • Portable, convenient, and durable

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In order to provide you the correct ramp configuration we need to gather some detailed information about the user, usage and entry where the ramp will be used. Please fill out the questionnaire below, upload some helpful pictures of the entry and a Sales Representative will contact you with a quote or may need to call you with more clarifying questions.

Here is the information I will need to produce a proper quote for you:

Things to consider about a ramp: 

  • Can not impede common Sidewalk 
  • What are your HOA requirements 
  • Need to have ample clearance inside the door of the entrance

 

Ramp length guideline: 

  • 1in to 1ft ratio for self pushing manual wheelchair users and walkers
  • 2in to 1ft ratio for pushed wheelchair users