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ADA in Details: Interpreting the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design

ADA in Details provides visual interpretations of the ADA Standards for Accessible Design in a user-friendly format packed with practical design details.

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Multi-Family Reference Matrices

Don’t miss these new multi-family dwelling unit comparative guides of codes and federal regulations for kitchen and bathroom design.

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Washers & Dryers, and Access

Washers & Dryers, and Access

July 26, 2017

This is a relatively simple topic, but I have seen a number of new facilities where these are not specified or installed in a compliant fashion. The ADA standards does not require all of the machines to be accessible. In each accessible space, one minimum is required to be accessible for a dryer and one for a washing machine. And if there are more than 3 washers or 3 dryers, then two are required to be accessible of each. This is applicable whether it is in a laundromat, or a common space laundry room for public residential dwelling units, or student housing at a place of education, or social service center establishment sleeping rooms, or a mobility feature dwelling unit.

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