If you or a member of your family have issues with the accessibility of the bathroom sink, an ADA compliant bathroom sink is what you need. The Americans with Disabilities Act clearly specifies requirements for disabled-accessible bathroom vanities and fixtures. These sinks offer the recommended knee clearance space (as the ADA guidelines have prescribed). Whenever you buy one, make sure that it is strictly ADA compliant and is installed according to the set guidelines.
Making Sure You Choose and Install the Right Ada Bathroom Sink
● The sink should by no means be mounted any higher than 34 inches from the floor.
● It should allow a knee clearance measuring 27 inches in height, 30 inches in width, and 11 to 25 inches in depth.
● The floor space should be clear and the insulated pipes should be under the sink.