Wed, Aug 31, 2005, 1:26am firstname.lastname@example.org (Upscale) imparts:
Even useful as a last resort for wheelchair users. With assistance from
a single person, one step at a time is manageable. It's when there's two
or more consecutive steps that problems start.
Yeah, I can see that would be a lot easier than a regular set of
stairs. Now I think on it, if you added a couple of pices of angle
iron, or U-channel, wheelchair width, the angle might be enough to let a
wheelchair get up on it's own, or at least with minimal help. I would
think the width would be enough to still allow a walker user to use the
steps too - but I could be wrong on that.
Plans? Plans? Don' need no steenkin' plans.