Check out the the following pages for some great tips and information that you can use to make your business accessible and your home a better place to live.
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- Accessible Showers It can be really difficult and dangerous for some of us to step in and out of a bathtub because of the high tub walls. Make it easier by replacing your existing tub with a custom built shower.
- ADA Guide for Small Businesses This guide presents an informal overview of some basic ADA requirements for small businesses that provide goods or services to the public. It omits many of the "legal" terms that are found in the ADA and its regulations.
- Compliance What compliance to the ADA Guidelines and Texas Accessibility Standards can do for you.
- Grab Bars and Handrails Modifications to our surroundings will become necessary as we grow older and face the added challenges associated with living at home. Falls are the most common accident around the home, especially in the bathroom where tub and shower areas become slippery when wet. A safety grab bar railing will help you keep your balance and provide a safe, accessible surrounding and reduce your risk of falling. Our online catalogs feature shower and bathtub grab bars, toilet grab bars and ADA approved straight grab bars.
- Guidelines It can be hard for business owners to understand and get the information they need to comply with the ADA and Texas Accessibility Standards. We understand this, so we've given our best effort to help you discover the guidelines you'll need to modify your business to meet the needs of the disabled.
- Handicap Compliant Bathrooms The ADA and Texas Accessibility Standards requires that all rest rooms, whether newly constructed or remodeled, be usable by people with disabilities. This means at least one of each type of fixture or feature must meet handicap code requirements. This page will give you a brief understanding of the requirements to meet the code of the ADA and Texas Accessibility Standards in Houston, Texas.
- Handicap Compliant Parking When parking is provided for the public, designated accessible parking spaces must be provided, if doing so is readily achievable.
- Handicap Compliant Ramps People in wheelchairs need access to elevated areas and may require the use of a handicap ramp. Wheelchair ramps can be difficult for someone using a walker, crutches or a cane, so consider the installation of both, ramps and low riser steps. This design will accommodate people with a broad variety of physical needs and requirements and help maintain their independence.
- Home Changes Solutions to your home accessibility needs and modifications to enhance and improve the safety and accessibility in your home.
- Order Online Get the accessibility products you need at discount prices.
- Resources The Internet gives us the ability to link with related business and the opportunity to share our resources to information and products we think you'll find useful!
- Wood Ramps Wheelchair ramps may be required in order to create access to many areas. Here's how we build our wood ramps and handrails.