Adding a well-designed ramp to your home can make it more accessible for visitors and guests, even if you don't have somebody living in the house that needs one. Best of all, it can raise the value of your home and make it easier to sell since potential buyers won't have to do the renovation work themselves. Use these tips from Conner Remodeling & Designto build your ramp right.
Know how much you can afford to spend. There are all sorts of ways to build a ramp - some more decorative than others. However, knowing how much you can spend will help you make decisions as to what's right for your home.
Think about your landscaping near the yard. You'll want to incorporate that theme near and around your ramp for continuity.
Hire a qualified contractor to help you draw up your plans and make helpful suggestions. They'll be able to guide you through the technical parts of the job that you may not understand if you plan without a design build firm.