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Bathroom architecture encompasses everything from flooring to faucets to the shape and construction of the shower. This means it’s essential to select the right type of shower stall unit, especially if your design needs to comply with ADA accessibility standards.
Make sure you familiarize yourself with the following bathroom architecture insights before finalizing a design.
ADA showers must be usable for individuals living with physical disabilities. There are in-depth guidelines to ADA shower stall requirements available on the United States Access Board website, but if you’re looking for an approachable starting point, we have you covered.
Here’s a simple outline of the features an ADA shower stall must abide by
The purpose of ADA shower stall requirements is to protect individuals with disabilities from discrimination in public, commercial, or government locations. Being ADA compliant is essential if you’re working on a bathroom architecture plan in any of those environments.
Anyone who has spent time looking at accessibility codes for bathroom architecture will have encountered ADA and FHA standards. While both sets of criteria are important, you need to be familiar with the differences between them.
The most significant difference between ADA and FHA accessibility standards is this:
FHA standards dictate that showers must be reinforced with the strength to support the later installation of these accessories, but they’re not mandated additions. If you’re unsure which standard you need to follow, or want to make sure your bathroom architecture plan covers all the bases, an ADA shower stall is your best bet.
Get in touch with EverFab today if you’re interested in learning more about the value an ADA shower stall can bring to your architectural bathroom plan. Our team of professionals can help you navigate the often complicated world of accessibility and ensure that your next project is fully compliant with ADA’s standards.
We offer various ADA compliant showers and accessories that provide a level of durability and craftsmanship you would be hard-pressed to find anywhere else. Whether you need a one-piece tub shower combo unit or a compact transfer shower stall, EverFab has the products you need.
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