“Maybe someday I’ll buy a home and settle down, but right now, I have no intention of doing that!” Mark C. is a busy guy. He specializes in working for health care systems, traveling to their location and troubleshooting their IT issues. “Right now, I’m working out of Newport. I love the festivals in the summer and I’ve got more than enough work on this coast. But in six months? Who knows?”
On average, Mark has relocated every three years for the past twelve years. What makes that challenging is the fact that he’s confined to a wheelchair. “It can be hard to find a new place to live under any circumstances,” Mark said. “You add accessibility into the mix and everything gets more difficult. I find that having my own ramp system gives me a real edge: landlords are more than willing to rent the property to me when they discover they don’t have to put any money into making it a usable property for me – and when it’s time to move on to the next place, the ramp comes with me!”
Here are Mark’s criteria for a great ramp system:
Easy Assembly and Installation
“I can fix your computer. But when it comes to handyman skills?” Mark shrugged. “I’m dependent on my girlfriend and our buddies. The National Ramp System is easy to install. I’ve used it on four different properties now, and it’s worked perfectly every time with no hassle. When it’s time to move on, off it comes – and I’ve never had a landlord be less than thrilled with how the place looks!”
Four Season Durability
“Newport has had a lot of rain this year, and the winters can be snowy. But my National Ramp stands up to it all. When we were in Phoenix, it was very hot – but the ramp stayed straight and true. If you’re going to live a life of adventure, you need a ramp that can stand up to any condition.” National Ramps are made of aluminum, specially chosen for durability.