Amramp is taking drastic measures in supplying the mobility-challenged population an alternative to the costly hospital stays and homecare prices they are constantly bombarded with. After witnessing the utter collapse of the real estate industry in the 1990’s, Julian Gordon, founder and president of Amramp, which provides quality wheelchair ramps and other accessibility solutions for the mobility-challenged, decided to re-brand his metal manufacturing business into a recession-proof company that shifted its focus to the aging baby boomer population. By using the established design and operating system already in place, Gordon re-branded his business to provide this demographic with an affordable, comfortable alternative to nursing homes with safe and reliable wheelchair ramps and accessibility equipment.
With the cost of living in a nursing home averaging a staggering $100,000 per year, more and more individuals prefer to age in their homes as long as safely possible – resulting in a pent up demand for accessibility solutions for the home. Using a patented, low-cost modular metal ramp system, Amramp has developed affordable products and services to make living at home possible for the mobility-challenged.
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