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Some features of handicap bathroom toilets include clear floor space, grab bars and rotating space. The American with Disabilities Act offer guidelines for construction of accessible handicap bathrooms. More »

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The Americans with Disabilities Act mandates that handicap-accessible toilets for adult use must have seats located 17 to 19 inches above the floor. The bathroom stalls for these toilets must be at least 60 inches wide. ... More »

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Types of chairs used at home for the disabled are power lift chairs, wall huggers and zero gravity chairs. Lift chairs gradually lift a person to a standing position or lower them safely to a sitting position. They have ... More »

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The Americans with Disabilities Act mandates that handicap-accessible toilets for adult use must have seats located 17 to 19 inches above the floor. The bathroom stalls for these toilets must be at least 60 inches wide. ... More »

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Common bathroom plumbing problems include blocked traps, clogged sinks and stopped up toilets. Weak water pressure emitting from the shower head is also a common bathroom plumbing problem. More »

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The number one advantage of wall-hung toilets is the amount of space the units save over floor models, but the biggest disadvantage is the costly maintenance they require. Wall-hung toilets also enhance the interior desi... More »

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