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CAP makes getting ADA handicap ramp access easy. Our team has decades of experience & our customers in the Education & Modular Building Industry look to us for their ADA ramp & stair needs.
We purchase our aluminum access products from the highest quality manufacturer in the industry, REDD Team by SAPA Extrusions®. We use REDD Team® because their product:
- 100% aluminum
- Feature an industry preferred gnarled ribbed extruded surface
- U.S. Green Building Council LEED credit applicable
- ADA & IBC 2015 compliant
- Uses a unique T & G design that allows for easy installation
- Has the industry best live load rating
From Maine to Texas, our installation teams have you covered. Each of our teams have over 5 years of installation experience & are well versed in ADA & IBC handicap codes.
Properly constructing your ramp to meet ADA code is very important. Each and every year, our teams install hundreds of ramps & are equipped to make necessary adjustments. Sites & conditions can change from paper to real world conditions & our teams know how to respond. If you're looking for a proposal, please download the following guide and email a completed copy to Tommy@Ramp123.com.
We'd advise all customers to check with their local building inspector during the planning process. Knowing which access codes apply to your facility or project are important.
In general, buildings designed to have public access will require at least one ADA accessible entrance. Common types of facilities include: schools, sales offices, medical buildings, commercial facilities, & many more. Below are few helpful ADA code highlights & a link to the 2015 ADA Guidelines (go to 405.1 General).
- 1 to 12 Max Ramp Slope (from door threshold to start or the ramp)
- Max 30' run of ramp unit a resting platform is required
- 5' x 5' pad or sidewalk required at the end of each ramp
- Min. 48" wide ramps are required for all public applications
- Must have vertical pickets smaller than 4" apart
- Rails must be min. 42" tall
- Gripping surfaces of handrails shall be 34 inches min. & 38 inches max vertically above walking surfaces