Contractors and architects constantly fight to meet deadlines. It’s the nature of the job.
However, no one likes to complete projects late. When the timeline is pushed up, or projects take longer than planned, look for these three things when choosing an optimal access solution to relieve some of that timeline pressure.
Before you order, do some research to see how long it takes for products to ship on average. It’s best to assume that the product will take the maximum amount of time to ship in order to avoid procrastination. For example, if a business tells you that the product will arrive between November 12-16, assume that your order will arrive on November 16. Our products ship within 24-48 hours of the purchase to relieve the stress of waiting.
Prefabrication is when structural components are built in a factory or manufacturing site and then transported to your project location. Woods ramps and stairs require you to start from scratch, measuring the length and width, cutting pieces down, and ensuring the surface is safe to hold on to.
- Aluminum is safe to grab
- The TITAN™ Code Compliant Modular Access System has fully independent and adjustable legs to adapt to an uneven terrain.
- The FORTRESS® OSHA Stair System has variable position height ranges to adjust to the specific needs of your application
While we have a detailed installation guide, we recommend you hire experienced installers to put our ramp systems together. Professionals who work with these materials regularly can assemble a ramp system in approximately three hours or less, saving you time and hassle in the long run.