Bertha's headshot as part of her featured story about her modular aluminum wheelchair ramp installation

Modular Aluminum Ramp Helps Bertha Move Forward

Armando Carillo Projects, Wheelchair Ramps

Ramp Helps Bertha Regain Her Independence City: Colorado Springs State: CO, Colorado Project Type: Wheelchair Ramp Bertha, now 81 and an avid cross-stitcher, has been a Colorado resident since she was a teenager. Her parents taught her from a young age that working hard and fending for herself is the only way to live. With those guiding principles in heart, …

Disabled veteran gives thumbs up to his ceiling lift installation with track systems in his Fort Collins home

Ceiling Lift Installation with Track System for Handicapped Veteran

Armando Carillo Projects, Lift & Transfer Systems

Ceiling Lift Installation with Track System for Handicapped Veteran City: Fort Collins State: CO, Colorado Project Type: Ceiling Lift This ceiling lift installation with track system for this veteran was made possible thanks to VA funding programs. It helped him stay safe and independent at home. Accessible Systems has helped him customize a barrier-free bathroom, added a stair lift to …

An older Caucasian woman riding down her Bruno straight stair lift

Straight Stair Lift to Basement is Eva’s Little Workhorse

Armando Carillo Projects, Straight Stair Lifts

Straight Stair Lift is Eva’s Little Workhorse City: Denver State: CO, Colorado Project Type: Straight stair lift Heading down the long, narrow and deceptive straight staircase into Eva’s basement, a sign hangs on the wall that reads, “Too much of a good thing is beautiful.” That’s certainly Eva’s sentiment now that she can access her basement with ease and comfort, …

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Aluminum Wheelchair Ramp in Dallas, Texas for Veteran

Nathan Colburn Projects, Wheelchair Ramps

Our team is always honored to be asked to do a home modification for a Veteran. Living with diabetes is hard. When the disease made amputating her husband’s foot necessary, a Dallas wife called our team and asked for help to get him a ramp. She needed an easy way to get him out of their home to go to appointments and to make every day living easier. Installing a metal wheelchair ramp in front of their Dallas, Texas was the best solution. Now he is able to come and go as he pleases and they both have peace of mind.

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Couple in Dallas, Texas Needs Curved Stairlift

Nathan Colburn Curved Stair Lifts, Projects

When a husband and wife from Dallas found themselves unable to get up the staircase of their home, they knew they needed a solution. Having experienced one fall and the extensive recovery time, this couple reached out to Accessible Systems for a free in-home accessibility consultation. A curved stairlift by Bruno was the answer and now that it’s installed they are able to go up and down stairs in their home without fear of another fall!

Wheelchair Lift layton in garage next to door

Wheelchair Lift Layton, Utah in Garage Next to Door

Nathan Colburn Projects, Wheelchair Lifts

This Wheelchair Lift in Layton, Utah was installed directly to the doorway to the house. We removed the stairs and didn’t put in the normal wooden platform. With this lift, there was still room to park 2 cars, and the door automatically locks with the lift is not at the top level for safety.

Accessible bathroom remodel with a barrier free no threshold euro shower being shown off by an older couple with 2 thumbs up

Accessible Bathroom Remodel – No Threshold Shower in Denver, CO

Armando Carillo Projects, Euro Style Bathroom and Showers

Accessible Bathroom Remodel – No Threshold Shower in Denver, CO City: Denver State: CO, Colorado Project Type: Accessible Bathroom Remodel, No Threshold Shower This charming couple needed a bathroom that was easy to move around in, with no barriers, and one that they could show off a little. Why not, right? See more about the design process and how they …

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Metal Ramp for Wheelchair is Perfect Solution for Amputee

Nathan Colburn Projects, Wheelchair Ramps

After an ATV accident two years ago, our client lost his right leg. Not being the type of guy to slow down, he asked neighbors to build him a ramp in the garage before he left the rehabilitation facility. The wheelchair ramp they built worked well for a while but a near tumble in his wheelchair off the side of the homemade ramp lead him to call the Dallas Accessible Systems team to see what the options were for a more formal solution. A quick rearrange of the garage and a modular metal ramp later, this Arlington, Texas client is ready to get back to doing the things he loves. As an added bonus, his teenage grandsons think his wheelchair ramp is a pretty cool tool to use to practice their skateboarding tricks.