To comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) guidelines, our ADA kitchen cabinets are specifically engineered to include 4 1/2” toe kick height and a maximum height of 34 ½ ”. Our ADA cabinets make it easy to design a beautiful kitchen to support everyone who lives in your home.
ADA is a piece of regulation that aims to improve accessibility for access-challenged individuals. The ADA is typically only used in commercial venues to ensure accessibility needs are met for access-challenged individuals. However, ADA compliant kitchen cabinets can help homeowners with various tasks. Here are some essential items to remember when building an ADA-compliant kitchen:
There are several types of kitchen layouts, and each type of layout has several requirements to comply with ADA. Here are a few kitchen layouts and specifics that you will need to consider:
While there are different kitchen layouts that you can choose for your home, you will need to follow basic ADA cabinet guidelines to ensure your home is accessible for everyone. ADA explicitly lays out specifications for ADA kitchen cabinets.
ADA kitchen cabinets can only have a maximum height of 36 inches, and 50% of storage needs to be accessible for access-challenged users.
Here are some essential items to remember when building an ADA-compliant kitchen:
ADA explicitly lays out specifications for ADA kitchen cabinets.