Our mission is simple, to serve those who use wheelchairs and have trouble with stairs. Our company has been manufacturing metal architectural products since 1970. In 1998, we developed and patented our low cost Amramp system.
Several years were spent developing and testing the business method of delivering ramps through our distributor network across the United States. We are confident this proven method works well. We can sell or RENT (yes, rent) a ramp of any size for no minimum period of time anywhere in the United States.
We are now expanding our product line with a full line of accessibility solutions, including our patent-pending HomeNest® system, a safe alternative to a nursing home. Please consider joining our family of franchisee partnerships. You will be part of our organization to serve the people who use wheelchairs in your marketing area.
Largest & Fastest Growing Market Segment in the U.S.
Population over 65 growing 75% from 40 million today to 70 million in 2030
- The Leading Edge – We are the only national ramp program for ramp rentals.
- Low Competition – Amramp's franchise is a unique niche market within 3,000 franchise opportunities.
- Largest Growth Industry – Home Health Care is growing. There are 16.3 million people who are non-ambulatory in the U.S. As this industry grows, there will be more of a demand for our product.
- 43% Customer Closing Rate – Our 800 number qualifies your leads through our call center. We do the complicated work for you.
- High Profit Rental Market – Our ramps are highly durable and low maintenance. This allows the franchisee the ability to rent and resell used ramps for substantial profit.
- Market Support – We provide you with complete marketing support via direct mail, territory research and more.
Franchise owners enjoy a rewarding career helping others make a meaningful impact on people's lives, serving the aging population in their home health-care setting.
We sell and rent ramps and other accessibility solutions to people wishing to remain in their homes rather than go to a nursing home.