Wheelchair Ramps

for less than $200.00

Our wheelchair ramps are built with a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) wheelchair ramp kit for simple residential construction projects. These wooden ramps are far less expensive than aluminum or custom contractor-built ramps.

Nearly anyone can easily build straight wheelchair ramps for easy access in less than two hours. Our kits are also a very cost-effective solution for temporary ramps. The Ramp Details tab above takes you to other pages for DIY Design and Specifications. My handicap ramps can be made to meet ADA requirements.

How To Build a Wheelchair Ramp

  1. Building a ramp requires pre-cut lumber and bolts purchased from a Home Center store. In most cases, even wheelchair ramps that are exposed to the elements do not need “treated” wood.  Untreated wood will last outdoors for 10-15 years. Call us if you are considering using treated wood for your residential ramp, even for outdoor use. Non-slip surface treatments are covered in the specifications info that is included with each DIY wheelchair ramp kit order.
  2. Watch our DIY wheelchair ramps construction video by clicking the thumbnail below. It shows you how to build a ramp:

No measuring or cutting because this is an assembly project. So almost anyone can build inexpensive DIY ramps. You can build straight wheelchair ramps for home up to 16’ long in 2 hours. Total installed cost for a 10’ ramp would be about $200. Contact us on how one person can build a “sectional” wheelchair ramp to address needs of nearly any length.

Free design and construction advice for your specific patient and property situation. No obligation!

We provide telephone support guidance to assist in your design and how to build a wheelchair ramp.


7 days/wk 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. CST

  1. These handicap ramps are cost effective solution as permanent or temporary ramps for patients going through a rehab program.
  2. The wheelchair ramp specifications and wheelchair ramp designs pages (under the Ramp Details tab in our navigation above) include Straight, 90 degree turns, Walking, Sectional, and Doorway Threshold wheelchair ramps.
  3. Handrails are a simple and low-cost option to add and can be made to meet ADA requirements. They are used for people that have trouble negotiating steps. Free handrail construction plans are included in our ramp documentation.
  4. New Sectional / Modular Wheelchair Ramps – specification information is now available so that one person can make a residential ramp in sections to be as long as desired. The entire ramp can be built off site and hauled to jobsite for quick assembly. More information is on the wheelchair ramp specifications page under Ramp Details. Call to request a free document to see how you build the vertical supports to connect the ramp sections together.
  5. Our inexpensive ramp kit includes:

    • Heavy gauge aluminum top and bottom brackets that will not stain your porch or sidewalk.
    • Detailed step-by-step construction plans.
    • A complete list of tools and the materials you need to purchase for your project.

We know the right questions to ask and show you how to build handicap ramps for home to achieve the proper slope for your unique situation before you purchase anything. We invite you to take advantage of our residential DIY wheelchair ramps expertise for free with no obligation.