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ADA Swimming Pool Lifts and Access
Portable Pool LiftStarting on March 15th 2012, the US Department of Justice has mandated that most public swimming pools are required to have handicap access into their swimming pools. Our in-house ADA technicians have created this easy to use selection tool to assist you in finding the correct means of handicap access into your pool.

Not all lifts, ramps, and stairs on the market will meet these new requirements, so please wary of buying from just anyone. We can help you find one that will comply and will make your facility compliant with these new regulations.

  Portable Lifts
FAQ's on the New ADA Regulations

Does my pool need a lift?

If your pool services the general public at a hotel, YMCA, government facility, school or other commercial installation, you will need to comply with these new regulations or face fines or closures.  


When would I need two means of ADA access?

If your pool has more than 300 linear feet of swimming pool wall, two means of access must be provided with at least one being ADA compliant.

 

Are Discounts Available?

If you are planning on order multiple ADA access units, please contact us directly at 800-446-6416 for significant discounts on our products.

 

Does the Federal Government provide ADA assistance?

Your purchase of a pool lift from Aquatic Technology may qualify you for a special tax incentive on your tax return. These tax incentives are available to individuals and businesses, which incur expenses to accommodate the needs of someone who is disabled.

 

Do you offer financing for my new lift?

Aquatic Technology is able to assist you with financing your pool lift with low monthly payments.

 


  Portable Pool Lift
Starting at $5,395.00

Key Features of Portable Lifts:

  • Can be stored securely out of sight when not being used.
  • Easily brought from storage to the pool.
  • Provide compliance for multiple pools using one unit.
  • Removes potential for deck hazard by not having lift always at pool side.

Disadvantages:

  • Need assistance from staff to move unit out of storage.
  Semi-Permanent/Removable Lifts
 

Removable Pool Lift
Starting at $3,895.00

Key Features of Removable Lifts:

  • Lifts can be removed from poolside as needed.
  • Can be stored securely during pool closures.
  • Provide compliance for multiple pools using one unit.
  • Removes potential for deck hazard by not having lift always at pool side.

Disadvantages:

  • Requirement for installation of a deck anchor.
  Permanently Mounted Lifts
  Permanent ADA Pool Lift
Starting at $3,695.00

Key Features of Permanent Lifts:

  • Most have higher weight capacities.
  • Large range of motion.
  • Permanent installation ensures unit does not require staff assistance to move.
  • Extremely difficult to steal unit when properly mounted.

Disadvantages:

  • Need assistance from staff to move unit out of storage.
  • Requirement for installation of a deck anchor or deck bolts.
  Spa/Hot Tub Specialty Lifts
  Spa Lift
Starting at $4,995.00

Key Features of Spa Lifts:

  • Fulfills specific access requirements for spas
  • Most able to overcome high wall obstructions
  • Provide compliance for spas using one unit
  Secondary Means of ADA Access
  Pool Ramp and stairs

Key Features of Other Types of ADA Access

  • Less expensive options for larger pools requiring additional means of entry
  • Provide non-permanent access into pool for a low cost
 


Among the updates for a number of facility types were new requirements specifically for public swimming pools. The level of accessibility depends on the size and type of the pool. For pools under 300 linear feet in size, the ADA Standard for Accessible Design calls for one means of access, which must be either an ADA-compliant lift, or a sloped entry. Pools with greater than 300 linear feet of pool wall must also have a second means of access. This second means can either be another lift or ramp, or it can also be a transfer wall, a transfer system or pool stairs.

Explore the entire text of the new requirements at the ADA web site.

 

 

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