Wall mounted Standard Handrails offer a wide variety of styles, colors and materials for all types of facilities, applications, and budgets. A near endless list of product options - including all vinyl, grooved surfaces, color accent stripes, 60 standard colors, and custom color matching - allow for an incredible wealth of handrail design possibilities. The only limitation is a designer's imagination. Or our standard Designer Handrails offer the look and safety grip combined in one.
In addition, many styles also feature a continuous security bracket for high-risk handrail environments. Also solve pedestrian safety concerns with a wide variety of ADA and ANSI compliant handrails. Durable and reliable handrails offer elegant design options. Our Kofflersales.com handrails are engineered to provide an ultimate hand grasp while protecting interior walls from damage.
The Basics of Interior Handrails
The world is becoming more sophisticated every day. This sophistication brings with it a certain expectation in regard to safety. A few decades ago a person would not think twice about putting up stairs outside that didn't have anti slip treads or paint on them. If building code did not specify the need for interior handrails, then a person could omit them in order to save a small amount of money. Such shortcuts are now unthinkable and anyone who chooses to take them may find themselves embroiled in an expensive lawsuit.
Interior handrails are a simple way to improve the safety of a person's home. They can bring peace of mind to parents, who may be worried about their young children tackling the stairs on their own. The same is true of those who care for their elderly parents. Of course this home improvement is not limited to stairways. The bathroom is another location that can be made safer with this improvement. The chances of slipping and falling in the bath tub, or while using the toilet will decline dramatically.
When a person is modifying their home with safety in mind, they may think that any improvements will take away from their carefully selected decor. Interior handrails can actually add to the overall theme of a house. They can work to accent subtle details that may otherwise go unnoticed. A compelling feature is that they can be made of nearly anything. A talented metal-worker could fabricate them out of a variety of metals. For example, wrought iron can be a beautiful addition in an understated sort of way. This would work well in an ultra modern home that is focused on clean lines and minimalism.
A carpenter could craft them out of a nearly endless list of beautiful hardwoods. There is a wood, or a finish, that is compatible with every interior paint color imaginable. With the right wood, and finish, a completely unique result can be achieved. A rustic cabin could have an equally rustic accent. A ranch style home could take advantage of a more contemporary style. In any case the over result is only limited by the artistic ability of the person installing them.