Serving Portland, Saco, Old Orchard Beach, Lewiston, and Augusta, Maine, Amramp provides accessibility solutions for homes and businesses including wheelchair ramps, stair lifts and vertical platform lifts. Amramp’s trained professionals provide FREE on-site evaluations, whether it’s a residence, church, school or business. Yes, Amramp also accommodates the construction and commercial industries offering ADA wheelchair ramps for purchase and RENTAL.
No matter what the weather, Amramp’s modular steel wheelchair ramp system enables you to safely and easily access your home or local shops. Serving each town and rural route in Maine, Amramp’s trained professionals perform FREE on-site evaluations, whether it’s a residence, church, school, or business.
You may already be familiar with Amramp modular ramp systems, installed at the following landmarks throughout the state of Maine:
- Military Museum – South Portland, Maine
- Portland Housing Authority – Portland, Maine
- Old Town Housing Authority – Old Town, Maine
Amramp is a national provider of steel wheelchair ramps and portable roll-in wheelchair showers. In Maine, Amramp is locally owned and operated. The local team is able to serve Amramp clients throughout the state of Maine. This same team takes pride in knowing that a wheelchair ramp can truly help improve people’s lives and enjoys building wheelchair ramps in communities across Maine. Locally, Amramp has forged relationships with the ALS Association of Northern New England, supporting events such as the ALS Walk in Portland and many other events.
Mark and his team meet with each Amramp client/family to design a safe and usable wheelchair ramp or lift for people using wheelchairs and scooters or just struggling with stairs. Mark has earned the Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist designation from the Remodelers Council of the National Association of Home Builders in collaboration with AARP and is an active member of the National Association of Home Builders.
Get your ramp installed quickly
With a Northern New England base, Amramp of Maine maintains a fully stocked warehouse, ensuring a timely installation of all-weather wheelchair ramps, generally within 48 hours.
Should you rent or buy? Amramp’s solution for every situation
If you think you’ll need the ramp for less than 5 to 6 months, renting costs less.
This was the case for Amramp customers Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Yarmouth, Maine, who rented a wheelchair ramp for 2 weeks over the summer so that their son Jason could access their home during his summer vacation with the family. Both Jason and his fiancée use wheelchairs, and they were thrilled with the wheelchair ramp at his parents’ home.
If you anticipate having your ramp for 5 months or more, you’re probably better off purchasing.
Like the Jones family, Mr. Greene was also introduced to Amramp during his search to rent a wheelchair ramp for his summer vacation. His mother had recently been released from a health care facility and was excited to join the family on their yearly summer vacation to Bristol, Maine. Mr. Greene and his family were so happy with the wheelchair ramp that they also decided to purchase a wheelchair ramp for their mom’s home in Kennebunk, Maine.
Seeking funding sources?
Groups and organizations, both in Maine and nationwide can help with wheelchair ramp costs. Please click Funding Sources for more information.
Take the first step to accessibility today:
Call 888-715-7598 for your no-cost, no-obligation evaluation
Local Amramp Office in Maine:
31A Bath Rd. Brunswick
ME 04011 USA
Amramp is also your best choice for additional Accessibility Solutions.