Combine safety and stylish poolside looks with our pool lifts to make aquatic areas accessible for those in wheelchairs. Pool lift chairs lower to allow for easy and safe transfer into and out of the pool. Read More...
Provide Access With a Handicapped Accessible Pool Lift
In the 2010 ADA Standards, it states that ADA compliant single person pool lifts shall have a weight capacity of 300 pounds. Each of our pool lifts have at least a 350lb weight capacity and are engineered to last with rust-resistant stainless steel construction. If you are adding pool lifts for disabled and aging swimmers, ADAare a perfect option for your home or public pool.
For public accommodation pools, the latest ADA regulations have made it necessary to provide access, and installing apool chair lift is one of the easiest ways to meet that requirement. To make a pool lift we offer a powerful, smooth and quiet drive system, and different models to choose from with difference anchor systems to suit your needs.
We offer one residential pool lift which can be used for pools, spas and even as a boat to dock access lift.
Frequently Asked Questions about ADA Pool Lifts
Am I required to install a pool lift in a public pool?
“Title III of the ADA requires that places of public accommodation (e.g., hotels, resorts, swim clubs, and sites of events open to the public) remove physical barriers in existing pools to the extent that it is readily achievable to do so. For an existing pool, removing barriers may involve installation of a fixed pool lift with independent operation by the user or other accessible means of entry that complies with the 2010 Standards to the extent that it is readily achievable to do so"
"The 2010 Standards, which set requirements for fixed elements and spaces, require that all new pool facilities built by State and local governments, public accommodations, and commercial facilities must be accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities.” - http://www.ada.gov/pools_2010.htm
How often do I need to charge the battery?
The battery should remain in the wall charger whenever the lift is not being used. It has 35-40 cycles per charge. An additional battery is available to purchase for added redundancy, so you can charge one battery while the other is being used. We also offer solar chargers, ideal for exterior lifts, that will charge your battery during daylight hours.
Where should the pool lift be installed?
ADA compliant pool lifts shall be located where the water level does not exceed 48 inches.