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ADA Compliance

Our handrails are specifically designed to meet ADA standards. Whether it’s a flight of stairs or a wheelchair ramp, we’ve got you covered.


Expert Assistance

With our team of experts, we can work with your plans to design a brand new compliant handrail system. From designing to delivery, our team is here to assist you.

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Easy Installation

The pipe and fittings system of our handrails makes for an easy install. With a few simple tools like a drill and hex key, you can have your new railing installed in no time!


Adaptable Design

Our modular system allow us to help design a railing to meet your needs. With pipe and fittings we can turn, elevate, and completely change your railing as needed.

Advantages of Our ADA Railing

ADA Compliant Handrails

The American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) has plenty of regulations for stair and wheelchair ramp handrails.

Whether it’s handrail height, length, or width, our handrails are engineered to meet ADA standards.

If you’d like to learn more about what the ADA regulations are for handrails, check out our full ADA Handrail Guide.

white ADA stair railing
ADA park railing

Customizable Handrails

Our pipe and fittings are a modular system. This allows you to customize a handrail specifically for your stairs or ramp.

We can help you design an ADA handrail that is a perfect fit for your unique situation.

Our fittings use a set screw system, meaning there’s also no welding in any of our components. So, if you need to change out a part or change your design, you can easily swap fittings and alter your handrail.

Strength and Durability

All our ADA handrail components are made from galvanized steel and mount to any concrete or wood surfaces.

Kee Klamp steel fittings are rust resistant and are designed to withstand all weather elements. They’re able to maintain their durability through many years of use to ensure they continue to meet ADA standards.

And with our gator tubing or schedule 40 pipe, your handrail will have a smooth and continuous design with industrial strength.

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ADA railing closeup

Simple Handrail Installation

When it comes to installing your ADA handrails, you only need a few simple tools like a drill and a hex key. Yes, you heard us right.

Our component-based handrails can be installed by anyone. You can hire a contractor or roll up your sleeves and do it yourself.

In a couple hours, you can have your new handrail installed and ready for use.

Expert Team Assistance

Our team of design experts are here to help you every step of the way.

We will assist you with your plans and designs. Next, we’ll walk you through the necessary ADA regulations for your project. Then provide you with a detailed quote of all the materials you’ll need for your new handrail.

We understand that installing an ADA handrail isn’t only for compliance. It’s to keep people safe. We care as much as you do to ensure you and your people are safe.

Aaron Reed, Simplified Team

From Concept to Completion

The Process When Working with Simplified Building

Send Us Your Designs

This includes any photos, sketches, or measurements you have. The more, the better! Our team wants to accurately understand your project to provide you the best solution.

Expert Advice

Speak with an Expert

Our team will walk you through our system so that we can come up with the right handrail for you. We also want to make sure any questions or concerns you have are addressed.


Review Your Solution

You will then receive a personalized quote for your new handrail. All quotes are specific to your needs and any necessary changes will be made right away.


Project Completion

Lastly, when you're ready to move forward, your expert will order your new handrail straight away to get it shipped ASAP. We'll stay connected with you to ensure full delivery.

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

See What Our Customers Have to Say

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

ADA Railing FAQs

What height should ADA handrail be?

Between 34 and 38 inches. ADA states that the top rail of a handrail must be between 34 and 38 inches above the walking surface. This applies to both stairs and ramps.

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

Yes, handrails are required on both sides of a ramp or stairway. If the stairs have two or more risers and the ramp has a rise greater than 6-inches, there needs to be handrails.

What size should my ADA handrail be?

Handrail diameter needs to be 1-1/4 inches to 2 inches. If the handrail is not circular, then the cross-section can’t be greater than 2-1/4 inches and its perimeter needs to be 4 inches to 6-1/4 inches.

Do I need a single or double handrail?

This depends on the project. For example, in an area where children will need use the railing (I.e. a school or park) then a double handrail is required. And wheelchair ramps require a second base railing to comply with ADA code. If you are unsure how this pertains to your project, our team is available to help you answer this question.

Do I need ADA compliant railing for my home?

No, unless you are conducting any business out of your home. Residential railing requirements fall under the International Building Code (IBC) and International Residential Code (IRC).

Let Us Help You Become ADA Compliant

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