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Handicap Railings Requirements and Specifications

on July 24, 2017
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Handicap railings help people with limited physical ability to safely move around a property. These railings are usually installed in bathrooms, hallways, ramps, etc. Without these railings, people with limited mobility are likely to hurt themselves. Handicap railings are designed to provide the right amount of support to everyone who needs it.

Step By Step: Bathroom Handicap Railings Installation

on September 22, 2016
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Bathrooms can very tricky places to navigate for people with limited mobility. Ordinary bathrooms simply aren’t safe to use, for elderly and handicapped people; so if you have them in your home, you need to add a handicap bathroom to the house. One of the most important aspects of such bathrooms are handicap railings. They offer essential support and help people avoid slips and accidents. At Boston Ironworks, we consider handicap railing installation a very easy DIY project that almost everyone can handle. Here’s a step-by-step guide to the process.

Bathroom Grab Bars Installation Guide

on June 15, 2016
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Bathroom grab bars are essential if you want to create a disabled-friendly bathroom. They offer people with physical disabilities and mobility problems to use the bathroom facilities safely and avoid injury. You need to install sturdy and resilient grab bars that would withstand pressure and weight and offer people a secure grip.

While the bar itself should be well-made and strong, the handicap railings installation is the key. If the bar isn’t installed properly, it won’t handle the pressure and will come off the wall. At Boston Ironworks, we suggest you follow the steps listed below to install it securely.

Handicap Handrails Installation Guide

on March 16, 2016
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It’s very important to make your property accessible to people of different physical abilities. If you own a commercial property, it makes more business sense to install them. You’ll also be more socially responsible if you do. On your private property, you need handrails to help handicapped and differently-abled people navigate. That’s especially true if they live with you or visit you regularly.

For example, if you have elderly family members, you might want to opt for handicap railings installation. The process is relatively easy. At Boston Ironworks, we believe that this can be a fun weekend DIY project. Of course, it’s best to call in professionals to handle the installation. Here’s what you need to do: