Enhancing Life Mobility Has Barrier Free Solutions For Any Situation!
Enhancing Life Mobility provides Wheelchair Ramp Installation and Rental in Northeast Ohio & Surrounding Areas. Our wheelchair ramps allow you (or your loved one) to continue to live safely in the comfort of your own home. We understand that our customers want a choice when it comes to their well-being which is why we offer 4 different styles of wheelchair ramps. All of our ramps are non-permanent and can be quickly installed. If you are looking for a short term solution we offer a rental program with our aluminum solid surface ramps. In addition, we also install portable wheelchair ramps.
In these extraordinary times, we are committed to the health & wellness of our customers and employees.
- We will be keeping an appropriate 6 feet distance from any individuals as recommended by The CDC.
- No installations will be scheduled if any of our staff is feeling sick, has a fever or is showing signs of a respiratory illness.
- We will not be conducting onsite evaluations or installation for individuals if anyone in the household has a fever, respiratory illness or has traveled outside the country recently.
- We will not shake hands on arrival
*As defined on page 3 under point 8 of the Director’s Stay at Home Order. Human Services Operations are to continue. For purposes of this Order, individuals may leave their residence to work to provide services to individuals with physical disabilities, seniors, adults, and children; and other necessities of life for individuals with physical disabilities, or otherwise needy individuals.
Providing Accessibility Equipment To Help Maintain A Safe And Independent Lifestyle.
Enhancing Life Mobility is committed to offering our customers the quality of life they wish to preserve. Perhaps you have found that managing steps has become more difficult. Your anxiety increases when you have to leave your home. The thought of moving or selling your house is not something you desire, but you don’t want to permanently modify your home. Your loved one is having mobility issues. They may be using a walker or a wheelchair and are having difficulty entering or exiting their home. You are worried about their safety, but you want to keep them in the comfort of their own home versus a facility. We understand that purchasing home accessibility equipment can be a difficult decision.