More Wolf Classic ADA Specs
However, it is important to note that just because ADA-compliant cabinetry is used, your design/project does not automatically become ADA compliant.
ADA compliance is based on the overall height of the workspace, clear floor space, knee clearance and toe clearance combined. (Note - In order to maintain height compliance, cabinets must be placed on top of flooring rather than the floor butting up to the cabinet toekick.)
All of these elements must be applied together and accurately for your design to be considered ADA compliant.
In addition, state and local codes may differ. Please confirm specifications with local code enforcement agencies prior to ordering. These items are special order and therefore non-returnable and non-refundable.