Relax. You’re in good hands.

We know that getting started can sometimes be the most challenging part of any project. But it doesn’t have to be.

The easiest way to get started is to provide us with some basic information and a ramp specialist will contact you. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions while our team gathers the necessary information to provide an estimate.

Of course, you’re also welcome to skip this step and contact us directly to ask us a question, request an estimate, or schedule an evaluation.

We’re here to help.

Provide some basic information below and someone from our team will contact you.

Your safety is our number one priority.

Because your safety will always be our number one priority, we put a tremendous amount of care and effort into every one of our ramps. This means taking precise measurements, asking questions, and carefully evaluating your property for potential obstacles or options.

We know this process can seem daunting at first. But rest assured, our team will be with you every step away, ensuring that the process goes as smoothly and as quickly as possible.

Get an estimate

The most common question we get is how much a ramp is going to cost. And we get it—this is an essential piece of information for you to know.

We will always do our best to answer this question as quickly and accurately as we can. However, it’s important to know that the more information you can provide our team, the more accurate we can estimate your project.

There are a few pieces of information that we’ll always need before providing an estimate.

Your address

We will use your address to determine if you’re in our service area or if we should refer you to a dealer in your area. If you are in our service area, we can calculate mileage to determine the installation fee.

Of course, your zip code will do. However, by providing your home address, we can usually view your home on Google Maps to better assess your property and provide a much more accurate estimate.

Estimated rise

Because safety is our number one priority, we install all of our ramps according to ADA guidelines. These guidelines require a minimum of 12-inches of length for every 1-inch of height. This means that a ramp that needs to rise 24 inches from the ground to the bottom of the door threshold (or top of the porch) will need to be roughly 24-feet long.

Determine the ramp’s rise by using a tape measure to measure the distance from the ground to the top of the steps where the ramp will go. The measurement doesn’t have to be exact at this time, but the closer you can get, the more accurate the estimate will be.

If unavailable, we can estimate the rise using the number of existing stairs where the ramp will be going.

The landing

Finally, we need to know if there is a porch or deck at the top of the ramp. This allows us to determine if a landing platform is necessary or not. A landing platform is needed because a ramp cannot ascend directly into a doorway. The wheelchair requires an area to come to rest after climbing or before descending the ramp.

Other helpful information

Essentially, the more information you can give us upfront, the more accurate of an estimate we’ll be able to provide. Additional information to include might be pictures of the property, any special needs, or if you would like to have steps or a gate included on the ramp.

Free, no-obligation, home evaluation

We do our best to provide an accurate estimate upfront. However, we will always recommend scheduling a free, no-obligation home evaluation to determine the ramp’s actual cost. Home evaluations are completed free of charge, anywhere in our service area, and require absolutely no obligation to purchase a ramp from Rampit USA.

The purpose of a home evaluation is never to give you a sales pitch or try to sell you more than you need. It is, however, an opportunity for us to take exact measurements and evaluate the property for several different factors that will affect the layout of the ramp. Doing so ensures that we’re providing the safest, most cost-effective ramp possible.

When you schedule a home evaluation is up to you, either before or after you receive an estimate. Either way, a home evaluation is required before Rampit USA provides a quote or begins construction on any ramp.

Rampit USA can complete most evaluations in as little as 24-hours.

What’s next

Designing your ramp

Immediately following your home evaluation, our team of designers will use the information provided to start designing your ramp. Once our team approves the design, we’ll mail, email, or fax a copy to you for approval, too.

Preparing your ramp for delivery

Using the approved design, our team will begin pulling the necessary pieces from our inventory or building any pieces that we don’t already have on hand. We keep a large inventory of ramp components on hand, so we can usually have the ramp ready to ship out or install in as little as 2-3 business days.

Installation and walk-through

Soon after you approve the drawing for your ramp, you’ll receive a call from our office to schedule your installation. Most installations can be completed in as little as 2-3 hours, but can take up to a full day for larger installations.

Following your ramp’s installation, our team will walk through everything you need to know about your ramp. Including proper usage, care, and maintenance. They’ll also be happy to answer any questions you may have at this time.

Paying for your ramp

Rampit USA is happy to offer customers several easy, convenient payment methods to make our ramps more affordable.

Learn more about how to pay for your ramp here.