How Long to Install Modular Ramp After the CAPS Evaluation?
April 27, 2018
So, you’ve had your home evaluated by a professional who is CAPS certified. Now what?
Now it’s time to wait and see when your new modular ramp will be installed in your home. The only question is, of course, how long will you have to wait?
The answer to that question can vary, but today we’re going to be talking about some of the things that can affect your timeline.
How many jobs are currently in the queue?
Some parts of the year are simply busier than others which affects how long your modular ramp will take to install.
We want each and every one of our customers to have the safest, most effective solution for their mobility needs. Sometimes, this commitment to quality means taking our time with each of our Maryland modular ramp installations. Put differently, we don’t rush through our jobs just to pack in more jobs in a day.
Is our warehouse stocked with the needed items?
Most of the time we have all of the items we need in our warehouse to move on a job right away. But there are times when certain items need to be ordered before we can begin.
The weather can affect installation times.
Rain, snow, and other types of foul weather can delay the installation process. We want our professionals to do their best work on your new modular ramp. This can translate into waiting for safe working conditions when the weather is bad.
What Can You Do in the Meantime?
Until your new modular ramp is installed, you may need a temporary mobility solution. Freedom Mobility offers a variety of Maryland equipment rental options to help assist you with all of your mobility needs.
Freedom Mobility is Your Premiere, Maryland Modular Ramp Store.
For all of your mobility needs, Freedom Mobility is here to help. We offer a wide variety of mobility equipment, home modifications, home care aids, and equipment rentals. When you’re ready to get moving, you can give us a call at (443) 445-3518.
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