You need a handrail for access ramp or stairs and want to make sure that you make the right choice. There are a number of things that you're thinking about, the design, compliance and simplicity being among these.

In a world of Do It Yourselfers, you may feel like you have to go to spend a lot of money on specialty contractors to get the job done right. That's not true. At Simplified Building, we work with you to get the railing you need at a value you can agree with it. Here's how:

Code Compliance Experts

Be Confident In Your Design

Not only will our team care about you and your people, but we spend the time to understand the ADA code so that you can rest knowing the system is going to meet inspection requirements the first time.

Handrail for ADA Ramp
ADA Handrail for Disabled Access Ramp
Well Made Parts

Have Trust In Your ADA Railing

The best people in the world won't help if the components of your ada guardrail do not meet strength requirements or last long enough to matter. The Kee Klamp Access Guardrail is designed using galvanized steel with no welding so that your guardrail will last for decades to come.

Easy to Install

Save on the Stress of Installation

The component based ada handrail does not require any specialty labor. So, you can hire your favorite local contractor or even put your hand to the tools and do it yourself...we'll be available to give advice as needed so it's still doing it together.

ADA Railing Installation
Disabled Access Ramp Handrails
A caring team

Let's Do It Together

It's starts with our team. Each person you speak with will care about all parts of the project, from the people who need the railing to the budget you have to protect those people. We know you care. So do we.

Examples of Handrails for Disabled Access

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Graeme S.

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Adele P.

Philadelphia, PA
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Greg H.

Kernersville, NC
Jim G.

Jim G.

Marietta, GA
Tony W.

Tony W.

Ellenton, SC
Abagail M.

Abagail M.

Frankford, DE
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Sergio R.

Chicago, IL

Handrails for Disabled Access Ramps 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.

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