- Temporary state ramps are recommended for stages that are no more than 30" in height.
- A general rule for ramp length is one foot for every inch in stage height. For example, if your stage is 24" high, your stage ramp should be 24' long.
- We suggest that your ramp also have a railing. Not only does this prevent someone from accidentally rolling off the ramp, but it also assists individuals who may have mobility concerns and need the railing for support.
- The ramp should be securely placed in order to prevent any unnecessary movement during use.
- Temporary ramps can be composed of a wide range of materials including metal and wood.
Contact GavCom Media Productions today for your next stage (and ramp!). Our solutions will ensure your event is inclusive for everyone! We can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416.746.5050!