When you think of a handicap accessibility ramp outside of a home, there's a good chance that you picture this addition leading up to the residence's front door. Many homeowners opt to get their ramps installed in this location, but it's not the only option for you to think about. Alternatively, you might favor putting your ramp at the rear of your home. While there will be some details to confirm—most importantly, ensuring that your back door is wide enough to accommodate a wheelchair—this location can be appealing if you find yourself in one of these situations.
A commercial space can be challenging to manage. Multiple people enter, exit, and utilize commercial buildings on a daily basis. Since facility managers can't control the people moving through the building, it can be helpful to have control over the building itself.
Building automation can provide you with the ability to better monitor your commercial space. Installing an automation system in your building gives you the ability to let your commercial space work for you.