Resources: Toilet Rails and Grab Bars

Welcome to our comprehensive resource hub that covers the important topic of toilet rails and grab bars.
Helping you navigate the intricacies of bathroom safety and functionality, we have curated a range of informative articles that cover a variety of pertinent subjects.
Learn how to determine the ideal distance of a grab bar from a toilet, explore our comprehensive guide to grab bar placement sizes and locations, and discover our top recommended grab bars for improving bathroom safety.
Additionally, you’ll find helpful tips on installing both attached and freestanding toilet safety rails, our hand-picked list of the best safety rails for seniors and the elderly, and an ultimate resource guide to ensure toilet safety for the senior and elderly population.
Dive in and let’s make your bathroom a safer, more accessible space for everyone.

    Far a Grab Bar Be From the Toilet

    How Far Should a Grab Bar Be From the Toilet?

    For safe use when toileting, the ADA says grab bars should be located 12 inches from the center of the toilet and at least 24 inches from the opposite side, putting them within easy reach.