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Kerb Wedge - Car & Wheel Barrow Ramp
Where there is no dropped kerb it can be really hard to get a car up onto a driveway, the same goes for wheelbarrows. The Kerb Wedge offers a great solution that is far cheaper that having to pay the local council to lower your kerb. These simple ramps lock together (if needed) and can take the weight of cars with ease.
- Wheelbarrow Access Up & Down Kerbs
- Car & Vehicle Access Over a Kerb or Step
- Builders (especially on domestic sites)
- Gardeners & Landscapers
- Skip Hire Companies
Lock two or more ramps together to produce a ramp of near unlimited length. Where vehicles on a site need to access over a kerb, yet there is no long-term requirement for a dropped kerb.
Use On Their own
You can use one single ramp for easy wheelbarrow access up a step or kerb whilst doing gardening or building work. The kerb wedge makes the hard job of “bumping” a wheelbarrow up a kerb much easier.
Carry handle Incorporated
There is an integral carry handle at the front of the ramp that allows the ramps to be picked up quickly and easily.
A simple drainage channel is incorporated across the back edge of the kerb wedge, this allows water running along the edge of the kerb to still “wash through”. The channel can also if needed be used to protect a hose or cable.
Designed to last
These are built from a strong material similar to the material that speed ramps are made from, so you can be sure that this ramp will stand the test of time.
Need more information on the Kerb Wedge?
Give our sales team a call on 01905 794 875 to ask any questions that you may have about the Kerb Wedge.
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