Our team of experts is here to help guide you from design to installation, ensuring that your handrail that is ADA compliant.
Unlike welded railing, our galvanized components formidably protect against corrosion and failure, requiring little to no maintenance for years to come.
Using a few simple tools, you can easily assemble your ADA railing on site. No welding, special tools, or large teams are required.
Ensure that your railing has a smooth surface throughout the entire length of the railing. Someone should be able to easily run thier hand along the entire railing.
Your railing must be 34-38 inches tall. If you have a drop of 6 in. or more on the side of your railing you will also need a bottom railing.
You must have railing on both sides of your ramp or stairs. You will also need to leave 36 inches of space between the two railings.
Wood is a very popular material for building accessibility ramps to businesses. The one problem with a wooden ramp is that the wood railings do not meet the ADA standard for handrail. ADA standards indicate that the railing must be made of round pipe so the railing can be easily gripped with...
The National Park Service recently replaced a boardwalk on the ground of the Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park. Part of this renovation included replacing the ADA railing that lined the boardwalk. Over 4500 feet of railing was needed that would be cost effective and easy to install. The...
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