Beach Wheelchair Models for Marquette, MI, Homeowners That Are Shore to Please
With miles of beautiful Great Lakes shoreline just a short drive from Marquette and other communities in the Upper Peninsula, it’s natural enough to want to spend time enjoying all that splendid beauty. Unfortunately, sandy beaches can be a challenge to navigate if you use a wheelchair. Don’t let a few dunes come between you and a great time. A beach wheelchair can make the shore accessible to anyone who uses a chair, and at the Barrier Free Store, we offer a variety of models that are sturdy, stylish, and simply sensational.
This Is How We Roll
Your beach wheelchair will be made by Integrity Custom Concepts, a leader in the industry renowned for crafting exceptional accessibility devices that provide years of reliable performance. Featuring a durable poly resin frame, stainless steel and aluminum hardware, and water-resistant padding encased in a polyester mesh, you can count on your beach wheelchair weathering anything Mother Nature can throw at it. And with their state-of-the-art polyurethane balloon tires, your chair will roll smoothly over sand, gravel, rocks, and curbs. Cushion seats, padded handles, and seatbelts come standard on all models. You’ll also be able to customize your model to perfectly suit your needs. Options include a:
- Reclining backrest
- Elevating leg rest
- Sun umbrella
- Fishing rod holder
- Carryall bag
What’s more, your beach wheelchair will disassemble in moments for easy transportation and storage. And, with a plethora of beautiful mesh colors to choose from, you’ll always be sitting pretty. We also offer pool wheelchairs that feature the same rugged frame construction and non-marking tires, making them ideal for both outdoor and indoor use.
Contact the Barrier Free Store today to learn more about our beach and pool wheelchairs. One of our representatives will be happy to visit your home and review all of the models we offer. We’re proud to be the accessibility experts not only in Marquette, but also throughout the entire Upper Peninsula.