Our Journey Series thresholds give you an easy and safe transition for interior or exterior door thresholds, plus small steps inside and outside the home. National Ramp offers two aluminum threshold series for consumers. The series includes 12 different options to best meet the width and height for each need. With eight fixed height models from ½ inch to 2 inches and four all-thread adjustable leg models from 1 ½ inches through 6 inches, we have a ramp for every bump. These aluminum ramps are a perfect solution for small rises inside and outside the home. You could even call this a step ramp.
After a quick installation, where the ramp is secured to your home, the lightweight threshold ramp will provide years of durable use. With its lifetime warranty, you won’t have to worry about wear and tear. The maintenance-free aluminum won’t rust or need painting. This wheelchair threshold ramp can be screwed down or positioned on a Celebration Anti-Slip Mat so they don't slip. Scroll down to the video at the bottom of the page to see how quick and easy the Journey Series Threshold installation process is!
These Made-in-the-USA extruded aluminum thresholds have raised treads for extra traction.
If you’re ready for peace of mind and easy navigation throughout your home, call now to speak with a Freedom Now Specialist. Restore your independence with the Journey Series from National Ramp.
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How to Install the Journey Adjustable Height Threshold Ramp. Measure the height of your door to determine which adjustable ramp will fit. Select the proper size of the Journey Ramp. They are available in multiple heights. In this video, we are using the 3-6 inch adjustable ramp. Adjust the height of the ramp by either screwing in the legs or cutting them if necessary. If cutting, be sure to bottom out the locknut, make the cut, and remove the locknut to repair the threads. There are two ways to connect your ramp to your threshold. The first method we are showing is an installation using the Top Transition plate or TTP. Check that the TTP fits at the door then snap it into place. Be careful because this step is not reversible. Secure the threshold to the house with low profile screws through the TTP. The second method we are showing is an installation using "L" brackets. Attach the "L" brackets on both sides of the ramp using a driller screw. Then Screw the ramp into the threshold through the "L" brackets.