Wheelchair accessible Kitchen Units are designed to conform with required Specifications and Regulations for Americans with Disabilities Act, New York Local 58/87 and ANSI A117.1 Specifications. Made in several sizes, color finishes and with just about any appliance combination, depending on the customer requirements. These wheelchair accessible, ADA compliant, Barrier-Free Kitchens are available with microwave oven, full size undercounter refrigerator/freezer, electric two burner cooktop, range hood sink, kitchen faucet and stainless steel countertop. Optional, matching wall cabinets for greater kitchen storage convenience also available.
Wheelchair accessible compact kitchen, such as the one pictured above, which is used by people with physical conditions. Above: 60″ ADA Compliant custom kitchen unit with custom finish laminate and available with optional drop-in cooktop. Wider units can also have built-in under counter refrigerator and/or ADA dishwasher or ADA cooking range. Available in various width sizes, wood cabinet finishes and countertops, see below for details.
ADA Compliant Compact Kitchens, which provide greater accessibility to people using wheelchairs, are custom made and available in various width sizes.
To Order: When placing an order, specify width size, color, gas or electric cooking and standard or recessed countertop requirements. Also see Available Options chart below.
FINISHES for all units: Standard finishes include white, almond or black. Other laminate finishes Nevamar or equal available upon special order. Click on photo at left to enlarge.
Orientation: Left photo can be manufactured and shipped as shown or with sink and refrigerator locations switched around. This model also available in 60, 63, 69, 72 and 96 Inch width Sizes. Other custom width sizes also available, call us toll free at 888-550-1198 for custom quotes and lead time, or Pricing: Click Here
Includes a 20 gauge stainless steel countertop with drop-in double sink bowl, single lever faucet, sink strainers, open space beneath sinks for wheelchair access, base storage cabinets and 24” wide ADA compliant dishwasher
This ADA kitchen measures 96″ wide by 25″ deep by 34″ high and includes a 4 1/2″ backsplash Rough-in plumbing diagram of a 96 inch wide ADA accessible Compact Kitchen Unit
Finish: ADA compliant dishwasher is in white color with white melamine cabinetry. Price is $4633.
Matching Set Wall Cabinets available, optional.
Stainless Steel front ADA compliant dishwasher (black control panel) and Wilsonart Satin Stainless high pressure laminate, price is $5550.
Shipping is $265 to Eastern coast US destinations, $425 to all West coast destinations via common carrier and include lift gate freight delivery service.
96″ wide ADA Compact Kitchen shown above has inside dimensions for each sink bowl of 14” X 15-3/4” X 5-1/4” deep. This is an ADA compliant double bowl kitchen sink.
Order Selections and Other options: Please specify at time of order
– Customer may also opt for an ADA compliant Single bowl kitchen sink instead of a double bowl
– Other custom made width sizes are available
– You get to choose the orientation of the kitchen unit, example, sink on the right hand side instead of left hand side, etc.
– ADA compliant Gas or Electric Range, Stove with Oven, available, optional
– Microwave with Hood
– Matching Set Wall Cabinets are available, optional
– Modification for smaller units, Storage Cabinet replacing Dishwasher or Electric Oven
– Other appliances such as under counter refrigerator with freezer compartment, Gas or Electric Burners, Garbage Disposal Unit also available, optional
Note: Allow 4-6 weeks for the white melamine unit, other finishes may require 6-8 weeks to manufacture and ship.
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