The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has established minimum requirements for public restrooms and commercial bathrooms. These requirements apply to all government, state, local, parks, recreational centers, and commercial businesses for new and altered construction sites.
ADA bathroom layout guidelines are designed to protect people with disabilities and ensure that they have appropriate space in the public restrooms.
Adherence to ADA guidelines is not optional. The American Disabilities Act is a civil rights law, established at the federal level, that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities. The law has been set up so that each state and local government is to enforce this law with the appropriate building codes that require compliance with the 2010 ASA standards.
There are many guidelines to consider when building an ADA bathroom layout. There are specific dimensions that must be followed for handicap accessible restrooms. In fact, each restroom must adhere to specific dimensions for the grab bars, mirrors, sink, toilet, tissue dispenser, towel dispenser, seat covers, and hand soap dispensers.
For commercial bathrooms with multiple toilet stalls and handicap the rules change a little:
ADA compliance can be overwhelming and we want to help! When ordering ADA bathroom toilet stalls please send us your plans so we can quote you.
We send all quotes with drawings to make sure everyone is on the same page. Our quotes include drawings, color charts, instructions and of course the quote that includes product, all the necessary hardware and shipping cost.
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