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ADA Shower Grab Bar Placement Guide (Commercial)

Which shower grab bars do I need and where should I place them to be? (Quantity, Shape, Length, Wall Location, and Placement Height). ADA Compliance Guide.


The following guide is for ensuring shower grab bar ADA Compliance outlined in the universal standards set for public housing and public facilities. If you are installing shower grab bars in a residential / non-commercial environment (such as a private residence / home), please read our Residential Shower Grab Bar Placement Guide, as your installation does not need to be ADA Compliant.


For basic slip prevention in a shower, at a minimum, we recommend two (2) shower grab bars in the following shower wall locations:

  1. Entry Grab Bar
  2. Side Wall Grab Bar

For advanced slip prevention in a shower, we recommend four (4) shower grab bars in the following shower wall locations:

  1. Entry Grab Bar
  2. Side Wall Grab Bar
  3. Front Wall Grab Bar
  4. Back Wall Grab Bar

To learn more about each type of shower grab bar placement, continue reading below:


 

GRAB BAR APPLICATIONS

Shower Grab Bars
Bathtub Grab Bars
Toilet Grab Bars

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Straight Grab Bars
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