Our ADA accessible bathroom experts know the guidelines for remodeling facilities, in order to make them compliant so handicapped people can use them with their wheelchair. Our showers use more technology than just grab bars. They meet the ADA act's accessibility standards, as well as the requirements of their users. Our bathing room designs must comply with the regulations of the industry, so we have developed solutions that provide the aging population and individuals with a handicap with products that are designed to accommodate independence from hospital settings, nursing homes, and assisted living.
You can be independent with your disability by using an accessible Bestbath barrier-free shower in your bathroom. In commercial settings, we can bring your restroom into compliance with toilets or stalls for men and women, using an ADA bathroom construction design that is good for public use. Without the right specifications built into your restrooms, you could end up with a toilet without adequate space for anyone with a disability. A common building challenge is making the renovation comfortable for every person who will use it, including guests.
With a remodel, we will reconfigure the plumbing so the water and drains are available in all the right places. We may find specific deficiencies in your home bathroom that is common to many bathrooms not compliant with ADA standards. We will be adding these requirements to your ADA bathroom project to ensure the minimum clearances as defined by ADA standards are met. Your accessible bathroom design should use ideas that come from ADA contractors that have experience designing ADA bathrooms. We learn this information first-hand, so we're sure our standard of work is inclusive of ADA compliant restrooms.
ADA American Disability Standards for Restrooms
There should be a 30-inch by 4-feet access to the sink. Handicap stalls with a toilet should have 16 to 18 inches between the center of the unit and the edge of the wall, and a clear circle of at least 60 inches around the sidewall and 56 inches from the rear wall to allow a wheelchair to turn. Toilets should have seats that are 17-19 inches tall.
People with disabilities need rooms with the range needed for turning around in a wheelchair. Each bath product we put in a hotel or an office bathroom will meet the dimensions that the ADA contractor needs for the requirements of the project. Look at the photos in our photo gallery to learn more about our offer to make your bathroom accessible. We can remodel your bathrooms to be ADA compliant following your guidelines and inspiration. Contact us today to get more information about your options.