ADA-Compliant Handrail

Secondary Handrail components can be used to construct an ADA-compliant secondary railing, which is often needed for meeting special building codes.

For extra safety use Deckorators® ADA-compliant handrail. They are great for homes with small children and seniors. These functional and highly versatile graspable handrail and handrail components are ideal for meeting special building codes.

Made of heavy-gauge aluminum, the system includes a variety of different radius elbows and styles of returns to meet every possible installation. The ADA-compliant railing is available in Textured Black, Textured White and Weathered Brown to complement popular siding and trim products used in new home and building construction.

  • Powder-coated aluminum
  • ADA-compliant
  • Compatible with 2.5" aluminum posts
  • Works with wood, composite or aluminum railing

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Our secondary handrail products coordinate with any wood, composite or aluminum railing.


Whether you're constructing a residential composite deck or a deck made of lumber, you're typically required to install a graspable handrail on one side of the deck's stair railing when there are four or more stair risers present. Unsure on whether you need to install a graspable secondary handrail? Read our informative blog post on this topic.

Installation Instructions

FAQ

A graspable, ADA-compliant handrail is an important component to consider when planning a deck with stairs. So whether you're constructing a residential composite deck, lumber deck or a deck made from other decking material, you're typically required to install a graspable handrail on one side of the deck's stair railing when there are four or more stair risers present.

Deckorators performs well in varying weather conditions. During installation, it will contract only slightly in cold weather. In hot weather it expands. We recommend that the material is on the job site 48 hours prior to installation to acclimate. Follow the installation instructions spacing guidelines to ensure proper room for expansion and contraction.

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