The ADA compliant handrails and railings we manufacture are designed with special features to provide safe and attractive accessibility for persons with disabilities.
The Features of an ADA Compliant Handrail in Lynn, MA
Regardless of how complex or simple your accessibility requirements are, we can design, fabricate, and install the ADA compliant handrails and railings you need for your residential or commercial property.
- ADA compliant handrail and railings solutions for your home or business. • Ramp, staircase, and wall mounted handrails and railings.
- All ADA compliant handrails and railings meet or exceed ADA requirements. • All ADA compliant handrails and railings feature ADA, IEBC, and OSHA compliant designs.
- All products are cost-effective, low maintenance, or maintenance-free. • Painted, powder coated, and galvanized coatings are available.
- “D” style returns eliminate clothing getting caught.
- Multiple base and wall mounted options available.
- Available maintenance plan ensures trouble-free service for years to come.
Types of ADA Compliant Handrails and Railings
- Ramp ADA Handrails and Railings: ADA handrails and railings are often used on wheelchair and other ramps. While we have standard designs and styling, customization is possible to accommodate your individual tastes and needs.
- Concrete Step ADA Handrails and Railings: As many businesses have concrete stairs leading up to their entrances, ADA handrails are commonly installed onto these staircases to prevent serious injuries.
- Walkway ADA Handrails and Railings: ADA handrails and railings are typically found on concrete, stone, or brick pathways. As with all handrail and railings products, standard and custom solutions are available.
- Wall Mounted ADA Handrails: Wall mounted railings are another option for ADA handrails. These railings terminate into the wall allowing smooth connections.
ADA Compliant Handrail Requirements:
- The railing must be smooth and continuous
- A railing must be located on both sides of the ramp, stairway, etc.
- The railing must be 34-38 inches high.
- The clearance between the handrail and wall (or any other obstruction) must be 1.5 inches or more.
- The handrail must not rotate in its fitting.
- The end of the handrail must either be rounded or return smoothly into the floor, wall, or a post.