Disabled and Custom Canopies
A custom canopy for disabled persons or less mobile family members can be a major improvement on commuting arrangements. 123v construct and install secure outdoor shelters to aid those moving from transport and into the house.
The addition of a robust covered walkway can be extremely useful if the process of disembarking is far from straightforward. Cars fitted with wheelchair access can assist greatly, however it can still be a slow process moving the individual out of the vehicle, into their wheelchair and into the house.
Our ability to tailor custom canopies exactly to your requirements demonstrates our standing as the UK leader in the design and manufacture of bespoke canopy structures. As all our brackets and fixtures are made to order, our Regional Surveyor will check the required clearance and your custom canopy will be designed accordingly. For instance, our teams may increase the height of the canopy roof to accommodate a high vehicle tailgate. Standard off-the-shelf components, as used by other suppliers, do not offer the flexibility of uniquely tailored constructions. Instead, we provide a product which combines longevity, practicality and elegance.
Outside shelter for equipment, such as mobility scooters, is another advantage of 123v custom canopies. Each installation can make a significant improvement in quality of life for disabled persons. The featured image above is one such instance where the addition of one of our cantilever canopies now allows for mobility scooter parking in dry, secure conditions. What might seem a small modification has had a major impact on the quality of life for these individuals.
If you’re interested in a custom-built canopy for your day centre or home to assist in the care of disabled persons then we can help. We will organise a free, no-obligation site survey which will allow us to advise you on all the options and give you an exact quote. You can Contact Us online or use the Freephone number 0800 783 3835.
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