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Swimming Pool Lifts are required at all facilities with public access to swimming pools as of March 15, 2012. If you own or manage a public swimming pool, find out more about the ADA compliance requirements for pool lifts. We sell ADA compliant swimming pool lifts at wholesale discount direct prices. Find out more about swimming pool handicap lifts by calling us Toll-Free at 888-352-7582. ADA compliant swimming pool lifts at Unbeatable Prices.
There are two types of swimming pool lifts: portable pool lifts and stationary or fixed pool lifts. The portable pool lift model we offer is the PAL pool lift from S.R. Smith products and we offer two models in the stationary or fixed pool lift fashion namely called the Multi-Lift and aXs.
While the portable swimming pool lifts can roll across the deck and used by the pool edge, fixed pool lifts are stationary and placed in a “receiver” within the swimming pool deck. This style of fixed mount pool lift can be easily removed from the swimming pool edge and easily stored.
On 02-02-2012 The Department of Justice published revised final regulations implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for title II (State and local government services) and title III (public accommodations and commercial facilities) in the Federal Register.Though they say they’re revised final regulations doesn’t necesarilly make it so, because we’ve run into this a few years ago with commercial pools and main drain compliance issues.
ADA Pool Accessibility requirements became law on September 15, 2010. This new legislation requires public swimming pools to provide an ADA approved means of access for their pools after March 15, 2012. Swimmingpoolhandicaplifts.com is dedicated to helping the swimming pool industry meet the new ADA Pool Accessibility requirements.
Our line of battery-powered ADA pool lifts can help make swimming pools more accessible starting today. ADA handicap lifts are a much easier more cost-effective way to bring existing, renovated and new swimming pool facilities up to the 2010 ADA requirements.
Read more on the Fed’s ADA Enforcement.