Comfort-Height Toilet: A comfort-height toilet measuring 16 inches or 17 inches off the floor is easier for sitting.
Wall-Hung Toilet: A wall-mounted bowl can be placed at any height and makes a bathroom easier to clean up. An in-wall tank also adds extra floor space.
Safety Tub: Easy to get in and out of, this unit from Kohler has a door that slides up and down so it’s easy for anyone to use.
Touchless Kitchen Faucet: A single-handle faucet is easier to operate than a double-handle one, but a touchless electronic faucet is even better.
Lever Handle: A lever handle is smoother to operate than a round door knob and can be opened with an elbow.
Freezer Drawer: Refrigerators with accessible freezer drawers are easy to reach for individuals in wheelchairs.
Zero-Clearance Drain: Line drains allow you to eliminate the barriers and thresholds of a shower and are much more accessible for a wheelchair.
Accessible Range: An ADA-compliant stove makes cooking safer and more comfortable. The handles, buttons, and graphics are located on the front, positioned closer to the user.