Now that much of the country is officially in the fall season, three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday) hundreds if not thousands of baby boomers put down their flowering pots and knitting in favor of the local American Legion Hall hosting their weekly bingo session.
Many of these Hall’s mentioned above play host to dozens of other events besides bingo, so keeping the facilities in decent shape is a must. Walkways must be cleaned and free of any debris that could injure a visitor, windows should be cleaned and the locks in good working order should an emergency escape be necessary and rooms/hallways must be well lit for those with failing eyesight.
Sadly, not for profits these days are falling on hard times with lack of donations, so even the simplest repair is a hard chore to accomplish. But, the one area that is an absolute must is the ability to access a doorway, whether or not it’s properly lighted or cleaned. Many of the patrons who visit these facilities to play bingo come with painful joints and other aging ailments preventing them from easily entering or exiting any facility.
To solve this issue, various companies have been founded with the direct goal of solving these access solutions, including Handi-Ramp in Libertyville IL. Handi-Ramp was founded in 1958 and since that time has been manufacturing permanent ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) ramps that are both safe and easy to handle.
As an added benefit, Handi-Ramp also manufactures and drop ships portable wheelchair ramps, many that come standard with a non slip grit surface to prevent slips and falls. As if it couldn’t get any better, Handi-Ramp ramp specialists are available to you throughout the day to answer any question or concerns you might have about the length of ramp needed, type needed, and any accessories that a ramp may have.
Keeping your facility accessibly safe for visitors does not have to be difficult, and with the team at Handi-Ramp, it’s actually quite easy!
Please call (800) 876-7267 or visit their website at www.handiramp.com