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    TRANSITIONS® Rubber Angled Entry Mat
    • Easily trim to fit all sizes
    • Durable and secure solid rubber
    • Portable, can easily be moved to another door or location
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    • Made in the USA and carries a three-year warranty.
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    TRANSITIONS® Rubber Angled "WELCOME" Entry Mat
    • Allows cross-traffic access and provides an attractive, finished look.
    • Recessed grooves trap dirt and debris and the edgeless design allows for water drainage.
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    As low as $178.95
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Thresholds can be difficult to navigate with a scooter, wheelchair, rollator, or walker. Threshold ramps are affordable, practical ways to make thresholds and raised landings safer and more manageable for anyone who uses some sort of walking assistance.

Threshold ramps are designed in a variety of styles and sizes, so they can accommodate a number of different settings. Some threshold ramps are suitable for navigating small interior doorway thresholds, while others can help to navigate a threshold as large as a small stair or exterior door's threshold.

A threshold ramp can provide a smoother, more comfortable transition into a home or business. This can be particularly valuable to people who have back pain or other pain that a jolting motion can aggravate.

Threshold ramps are affordable, versatile, and easy to install. They are highly durable and can be used for long-term and short-term solutions. These ramps can help to make all areas of a building wheelchair accessible, all at a relatively low cost.