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Exterior ramp
Custom ramp in garage

Safety, independence, and renewed confidence.

With home ramp installations, we take all these considerations into account when forming our recommendations. The Live In Place team will provide you with clear explanations for both temporary permanent ramp services.  

  • Modular and portable ramps

  • Step height and depth

  • Walking or wheelchair usage

  • Client's weight and strength

  • Caregiver strength

  • Length of ramp needed

  • Railings and traction

  • Ramp safety 

Enterence and exit ramp

Live in Place goes above and beyond other medical equipment companies by providing a medically based assessment of a patient and their home. This ensures that the ramp services you receive are tailored to you and your loved ones, addressing both long-term and short-term needs.  


We ensure our solutions will work for their specific needs, and can quickly install modular and portable ramps.

Front door ramp

Exterior Modular Ramps

Customized ramps with railings for use with canes, walkers or wheelchairs.

Portable ramps for independent walkers

Portable Ramps

Temporary, lightweight ramps for wheelchair use only

Interior ramp

Interior Modular Ramps

Easily installed in garages, carports or other interior spaces.

“My dad needed a longer ramp with a low incline so that he could wheel himself up and down without risk. Live in Place had it installed within two days.” –  Erin

  • How quickly can you install a stairlift in my home?
    Installation can usually be within 48 hours of an evaluation. We recognize that there are situations where a loved one is coming home from a hospital or rehab facility and time is of the essence.
  • Is there a warranty?
    Yes! Live in Place offers a 2 year warranty on parts and a 1 year warranty on service.
  • Will a stairlift damage my home?
    Stairlifts (also known as chairlifts or motorized chairlifts) are installed directly into the staircase and do not damage walls. We can also uninstall stairlifts when they are no longer needed. All stairlifts can be folded while not in use to ensure access to the staircase for other residents.
  • What if there is a power outage?
    All our stairlifts operate on long-term batteries and automatically charge. This insures they are always ready, so a power outage will not affect your safety and mobility!
  • What does a stairlift cost?
    Stairlift costs vary based on the design of the staircase and your personal needs. Live In Place stairlifts are an affordable option that allow you to live independently at home, especially when you consider the cost of moving to a more accessible home.
  • Why Live In Place?
    Live In Place has Certified Aging-In-Place Specialists that will do an entire home assessment to ensure safety throughout the home. We can create a plan specific to your current and progressing needs including custom railings, grips, and grab bars, etc, to assist in using your new stairlift safely.

Contact us for an in home assessment!

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