About Wheelchair Ramps
Wheelchair ramps provide reliability born of simplicity. A wheelchair ramp creates safe and easy entries/exits that will assist you and your family with getting in and out of the house. A low-cost alternative to vertical platform lifts, ramps can be the perfect accessibility solution in residential, commercial, recreational, and industrial settings.
- Permanent or temporary access solutions: Choose the ramp that works best for your needs
- Ease of use for wheelchair and power chair users: Safely get in and out of a home, school, church, or any other building
- Less expensive than wheelchair lifts: Saving you money and time, while still providing safe access
Wheelchair Ramp Selection & Purchase
Wheelchair ramps require minimal modifications to your home—but with your safety on the line, their installation shouldn’t be a do-it-yourself job. That’s where Lifeway Mobility comes in. We’re a locally owned and operated provider of ramps for residential and commercial properties. At no charge to you, we’ll come to your home, measure your entry or thresholds, and help you choose the best wheelchair ramp option—one with a safe slope that fits your home and budget, in durable rubber or high-quality aluminum. All of the available options can be professionally installed within a few days.
And because not every ramp is needed long-term, we offer affordable purchase and lease-to-own options.
Why Choose a Wheelchair Ramp from Lifeway Mobility Columbia?
Lifeway is proud to offer wheelchair ramps in greater Columbia & Charleston, South Carolina, from EZ-Access, one of the top ramp manufacturers in the industry. We will work with you to determine the right solution for your home—transforming the entrances into models of accessibility. Our years of experience will help you choose the right wheelchair ramp for your unique accessibility needs. Our very own experienced, trained technicians install all of the wheelchair ramps that we offer. A ramp is often the perfect home accessibility solution for those who use wheelchairs, powerchairs, or walkers to safely get around.