ADA Compliant Products

EZ Able® offers a wide range of products that meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines and ANSI A117.1 requirements*. ADA compliant products are designed to make their use easier, safer, and more comfortable for people with disabilities or limited mobility. From faucets and tubs to sinks and toilets, EZ Able® has a selection of ADA products to compliment nearly any bathroom design.

*Meeting ADA is not a requirement for private residences. Residential new building and remodels can incorporate the ideas in the ADA Standards as guidelines to improve overall functionality. Individual products must be installed according to ADA Standards to maintain compliance.


ADA Shower Stalls

ADA Shower Stalls will comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act when installed per the requirements Guidelines, Section 608 Shower Stalls, of the Act.

Standard roll-in type shower compartments shall be 30 inches (760 mm) wide minimum by 60 inches (1525 mm) deep minimum clear inside dimensions measured at center points of opposing sides and shall have a 60 inches (1525 mm) wide minimum entry on the face of the shower compartment.

ADA Bathoom Faucets

ADA Bathroom Faucets meet specific requirements laid out by the ADA Standards Accessibility Guidelines, Section 309 Operation, of the Act.  Faucets listed with the ADA Compliant symbol have the following features.

Faucet Features:

  • Operable parts shall be operable with one hand
  • shall not require tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist
  • The force required to activate operable parts shall be 5 pounds (22.2 N) maximum.
ADA Kitchen Faucets



  • Operable parts shall be operable with one hand

  • shall not require tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist

  • The force required to activate operable parts shall be 5 pounds (22.2 N) maximum.

ADA Compliant Pool Lifts

ADA Compliant Pool Lifts

Required Features:

300 lbs minimum weight capacity
Pool lifts must have a weight capacity of 300 pounds minimum and be capable of sustaining a static load of at least one and a half times the rated load. However, according to the ADA Standards, "Pool lifts should be provided that meet the needs of the population they serve. Providing a pool lift with a weight capacity greater than 300 pounds (136kg) may be advisable." 

Seats - Solid seat at least 16" wide
There are a variety of seats available made of different materials. Pool lift seats made of corrosion resistant materials that provide a padded yet firm base are the most user friendly. Although not required, seats with backs enable a larger number of persons with disabilities to use the lift independently. Additional enhancements to support a wider variety of people include headrests, seat belts, and additional leg support.

Footrests - must be provided and move with the seat.
This provides more stability for the lift user.Padded footrests provide extra comfort and help reduce the chance of injury. Footrests are NOT required on lifts provided in spas

Armrests. Armrests are not required. 
If provided, the armrest positioned opposite the water should be removable or should be able to fold clear of the seat when the seat is in the raised (load) position.

Capable of unassisted operation from the deck and the water.
Allows a person to call the lift when the pool lift is in the opposite position. It is extremely important for a person who is swimming alone to be able to call the pool lift when it is in the up position so he or she will not be stranded in the water for extended periods of time awaiting assistance.

Ease of Operation. 
A person must be able to operate the lift with one hand, and the operating controls must not require tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist. Controls must not require more than five pounds of pressure to operate. The controls and operating mechanisms should be unobstructed when the lift is in use. 

ADA Grab Bars

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 stated that grab bars had to meet certain specifications to be able to be mounted in a bathroom or bathtub. Many manufacturers will note on their products that it meets the ADA standards. In the US, this is one key factor in choosing the right bathtub grab bar. They can attach to a wall and come in a variety of sizes. Usually, they run parallel to a wall or the tile.


EZ Able works with building professionals, project and facility managers and DIY’ers across the country to solve problems as they relate to accessibility challenges in everyday life.

EZ Able strives to take the mystery out of finding the right solution by providing timely, affordable, in-spec solutions coupled with fast, direct-to-door delivery.

EZ Able’s goal is to make it easy for people to be able anywhere.

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