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Wall Guards for Wheelchair Users

The homes of physically disabled individuals have to accommodate for the wheelchair user. Each area should be accessible for the wheelchair user and the wheelchair should be able to be used around the home without any problems.

Depending on the shape and width of hallways, doors and rooms are, manuvering around your home in a wheelchair may be challenging for the wheelchair user. When using a wheelchair within a house the walls may suffer from scratches and scuff marks from the wheelchair. For this reason, wall guards have been developed. Wall guards ensure that damage is restricted to a minimum.

Before going out to buy wall guards an understanding of the different types and variations, as well as the needs of the user and the users home is important in choosing the right type of wall guards.

First of all, it is important to determine which rooms require wall guards. Depending on the area and the preferred function, wheelchair users may have a lot of wall guards to choose from.

Wall guards come in a variety of sizes to suit every kind of wall. They range in height from 3 inches to 6 inches. The smaller wheelchair wall guards are used low on the walls as these serve to protect from damage made by the wheels of the wheelchair. The taller variants are used to protect against potential scratches from the wheelchair arm rests.

Wall guard are often made of aluminium, they also come with a layer of vinyl to help them become more impact absorbent. Depending on the taste and preference of the home owner, they can have smooth or grooved surfaces. They also come in a wide variety of colours and designs to blend into any room.

When looking to buy wall guards, make sure you first consult with other wheelchair users for recommendations, check out similar products online, and evaluate those in nearby stores. It is always important that you take all factors in to consideration, buying the wrong wheelchair wall guards means that the walls will still be damaged.

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