One of the big worries of a roll-in shower is water getting into other areas of the bathroom where it’s not wanted. One way to combat this is to make the entire bathroom water tight.
Making ramps inside a home is not always an easy task because of space limitations. This indoor wheelchair ramp not only functions well but looks beautiful.
By Jon Sullivan [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
235.1 General. Recreational boating facilities shall comply with 235.
235.2 Boat Slips. Boat slips complying with 1003.3.1 shall be provided in accordance with Table 235.2. Where the number of boat slips is not identified, each 40 feet (12 m) of boat slip edge provided along the perimeter of the pier shall be counted as one boat slip for the purpose of this section.
Alright look, when you run a design blog chances are you appreciate art. And I definitely do. So while I appreciate making a wheelchair ramp look artistic, make sure it’s functional and safe first.
Now that winter is fast approaching us, some fun in the snow might be in order. But to get to some off the grid places, a different mode of transportation might be needed. Which in case the Ziesel offroading chair might be the answer.
807.1 General. Holding cells and housing cells shall comply with 807.
Even though spaces can be tight in existing bathrooms, they can be made wheelchair accessible with the right design. As can be seen with this bathroom by Morse Constructions of Somerville, Massachusetts.