13 November 2021 By Admin
The Americans with Disabilities Act, commonly referred to as the ADA, enforces a set of guidelines to make sure certain aspects of properties are accessible to all. One key area where ADA compliance is essential is when installing sidewalks. Suppose the appropriate ADA concrete guidelines are not followed when building a sidewalk. In that case, it can present a considerable challenge for wheelchair users, those with visual impairment, and those using other mobility aids.
Let's take a look at some of the steps for creating ADA concrete sidewalks that are fully compliant.
Do you know whether or not your sidewalk is ADA compliant? Even if it was compliant when you first opened your business, that doesn't necessarily mean you are still in compliance. ADA standards change from time to time, and you may no longer be in the required margins. In addition, heavy traffic can wear down your sidewalk, and damage can develop. It is important to maintain ADA concrete to make sure it remains compliant.
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Why Wait to be "Forced" into ADA Compliance. If you are a public business or public property owner, save money, lawsuits, time and headaches by being prepared and avoiding it all in the first place. It’s time to call in the ADA pros. Use Protrk, an ADA construction expert, to Get it Done Right Prior to Forced Compliance.
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