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Reduced Costs with Easy Installation

Because our ADA handrail does not require any welding or permits, hiring a specialty contractor isn't needed. The railing can be easily installed on-site with a few common tools.

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Lasts Decades to Save You Money

Our galvanized railing components last up to 7x longer with minimal maintenance, saving money in future repairs and replacement.

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Safe & ADA Compliant

Our team is here to help guide you with design and installation assistance, ensuring that your handrail is safe and ADA compliant.

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Custom Designed

Our unique fittings allow our ADA railings to be custom designed to fit even the oddly shaped or complicated ramps.

I am a woodworker and have never done metal work including welding. I needed to build 2 ADA approved Handrails for this ramp. Since I do not do welding I went online for alternate methods. I saw your site and it seemed to be my answer. I was able to build the entire handrail system by myself. It was not complicated and achieved everything I hoped it would. And it looks great. Plus it meets everybody's code.

Jim G.
Marietta, Georgia

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Weldless, Cost-Effective ADA Compliant Handrail

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A Railing that Lasts Decades with Minimal Maintenance

Having a safe, ADA-compliant railing for your customers that doesn't require constant maintenance or repairs saves you time and money in the long run.

Our galvanized ADA handrails components last up to 7x longer than welded railing. Our railings use modular pipe fittings, which means if part of the railing is damaged, you don't need to buy a brand new system. The fitted components are easy to replace.

Customize ADA Railing for Your Project

Have an oddly shaped or complicated ADA ramp? We can work together to build a railing system for you. Our unique fittings allow for the flexibility and versatility in designing custom ADA railing systems. The railings can be installed on concrete steps, brick pathways, wooden ramps, or wall-mounted.

The ADA handrail can be powder-coated to any RAL color. Depending on the color you choose, it can help determine the temperature of the handrail. Choosing a darker color keeps the railing warmer, while lighter colors keep the railing cooler. Powder-coating makes the ADA handrail smoother to the touch and can extend the railing’s life even further.

*Always check your local building code along with ADA federal regulations.

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No Expertise Needed to Install

Installing our ADA railing has no special requirements and no welding permits are needed. Hiring a specialty contractor is not needed. The railing requires simply an Allen Wrench, standard or hammer drill, and a saw to cut pipe. Or we can have it ready to install out of the box, with little if any cutting required.

We provide more than just the material. We are here to offer installation assistance.

A Cost-Effective Alternative to Welded ADA Compliant Handrails

Specialized Labor
Time
Special Permits
Safety Factor
Cost Effective
Modular Handrail
Specialized Labor
None
Easy to install
Time
100 ft. per day
2 people x 8 hours to install 100 ft.
Special Permits
None
Kee Klamp ada ramp handrails don't require special permits
Safety Factor
Very Safe
Installation only requires a few common tools.
Welded Handrail
Specialized Labor
Yes
Professional Labor Union Employee
Time
Time Intensive
Varies on availability and skill level
Special Permits
Yes
Hot permit required
Safety Factor
Potentially Harmful
Welding creates a greater potential for bodily harm.

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Design Your Handrail

Get Help From our Team of Experts

We offer more than a product, you also receive the technical support you need to get the job scoped and installed.

Important ADA Standards
You Need to Know

Examples of Customers' ADA Handrails

Graeme S.

Graeme S.

Hodgenville, KY
Adele P.

Adele P.

Philadelphia, PA
Greg H.

Greg H.

Kernersville, NC
Jim G.

Jim G.

Marietta, GA
Tony W.

Tony W.

Ellenton, SC
Abagail M.

Abagail M.

Frankford, DE
Sergio R.

Sergio R.

Chicago, IL

ADA Railing FAQs

What is ADA compliant railing?

The handrail must be located on both sides of the stairway, ramp, etc. The handrail must be a consistent height (between 34 and 38 inches) above the walking surface. No matter which side of a stairway or ramp a person chooses to use, they should have a handrail. There must also be at least 36 inches of space between the two railings to allow wheelchairs and people to pass through.

What height should ADA handrail be?

34 inches. The current ADA standards dictate the height of an ADA handrail must be a minimum of 34 inches and a maximum of 38 inches from the walking surface to the top of your grab rail. The height of your handrail must also remain consistent above walking surfaces, stair nosings, and ramps.

Do I need handrails on both sides of a stairway or ramp?

Yes. Railing is required on both sides.

What size should my ADA handrail be?

The ADA handrail diameter must be between 1¼ and 2 inches with a perimeter dimension of 4 inches minimum and 6¼ inches maximum. If the handrail is non-circular, it must be a maximum of 2 ¼ inch in diameter.

Do I need a single or double handrail?

It depends on the project. We need to take into consideration if it is at a school or commercial building, and also if it's a stairway or ramp, and how long or what the rise is. We can work with you to find a solution. Just give us a call.

Do I need ADA compliant railing for my home?

No. Residential homes are not required to have ADA compliant handrail unless your insurance company pays for it.

Let Us Help You Become ADA Compliant

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