The Ramp Process - From Enquiry To Installation
Before making an enquiry:
1.Take a picture of the door and threshold (Standing well back, so we can see any obstructions).
2. Take a picture standing in the doorway looking out (This shows us the overall area we have to work within).
3. If there is an internal threshold, take some pictures and make note of the internal threshold height.
4.With a tape measure, work out the distance from door threshold to the ground level.
5. Measure the distance from the front door to the pavement and record all these measurements.
6. Does the path slope up or down from the property entrance? Write down your answer.
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Make the enquiry:
1. Please email these measurements and photos to us with your name, the property address and postcode. This will help us respond rapidly to your enquiry. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If your needing any help, you can always call us and we will try to build a picture of the space available by asking you a series of questions. Please have the property address & postcode on hand before you call. Tel: 01424 714646
**If you can provide us with comprehensive information, this will allow us to get a quote back to you quicker **
A site survey can be carried out, which will allow us to draw up an access proposal that includes technical/CAD drawings.
What happens next:
1. Once you have decided to proceed, we may require a deposit. Provisionally, an estimated installation date will be given, however once we are ready to install the ramp, a final installation date will be agreed. It will generally take a day to complete unless there is extensive work needed.
2. A removal service is available if you find the ramp is no longer needed.