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Thread: access ideas for recessed lanai slider

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    access ideas for recessed lanai slider

    any ideas besides just a level platform with ramp

    no idea why its side ways
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    pics wont post correctly
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    Here's your pic rotated.

    Found these on Amazon. But, I haven't tried them. https://www.amazon.com/Pyle-Portable...gateway&sr=8-3
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    I know it would be an add cost but what about taking out and doing French doors oh that loks like cement or stucco they have aluminum ramps

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSporto View Post
    Here's your pic rotated.

    Found these on Amazon. But, I haven't tried them. https://www.amazon.com/Pyle-Portable...gateway&sr=8-3
    thank u can u fix this one to please. i'll check those out
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    Quote Originally Posted by vjls View Post
    I know it would be an add cost but what about taking out and doing French doors oh that loks like cement or stucco they have aluminum ramps
    just not a fan of french doors
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    This is a ramp I found online that I sectioned and screwed down on the sliding door.
    It was cheap like $30

    All other outside doors (4) are paired french doors. The slider is more convenient so it's in the easiest entry spot.
    The company sells a bunch of these ramps which slide (laterally) into the next higher part so they can be pretty high) They are great for our purposes I'd say.
    I think I'll do this to the french doors in the breezeway. (which is where we keep our woodpile; it's a little difficult to pull the little red wagon over when it's loaded to spill!!)
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    You would need a long ramp to go up that high. How about installing a false floor above the lanai to make it level with the house? I know a guy who did this with his sunken living room and it worked great. Without seeing the rest of the lanai, hard to tell if this would work for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCI-Nurse View Post
    You would need a long ramp to go up that high. How about installing a false floor above the lanai to make it level with the house? I know a guy who did this with his sunken living room and it worked great. Without seeing the rest of the lanai, hard to tell if this would work for you.

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    i was thinking add pavers to raise floor up level. see lanai, may be easier just going through door to master.
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    I agree. I would raise the lanai floor, then just modify the screen door and add a ramp/planter combo on the grassy area.

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