ADA Easy Stair

A proven economical solution for all pools requiring a primary or secondary means of ADA access. EasyRec™ ADA Easy Pool Stairs are custom fabricated and manufactured to fit your pool profile exactly.

Lightweight. Compact. Easily portable.

Our ADA Pool Stairs from Easy Rec were a “no-brainer” solution in providing pool access to those that need water exercise the most! It was obvious that our community of elderly individuals, expecting mothers and those recovering from injury needed an easy way to enter from the pool deck. I’m so glad EasyRec had the answer.

Program Director

YMCA Tonawanda, NY

Durable and carefully designed.

The ADA Easy Stair requires no anchoring to the pool deck or any pool modification—ensuring that lap-swim, competitive swimming or the like are never compromised by quick and easy removal. Our solid construction includes entrapment skirts with protective wear strips for increased durability; white non-conductive polymer coated steel handrails, and non-skid ADA compliant gel-coated steps for secure footing. 

Built for those who need it most.

The approach platform is designed based on deck edge and gutter profiles, to fit both corner and standard placement. A non-slip texture is added to the landing of each stair for safety. The Easy Recreation ADA Easy Stair revolutionizes “accessibility” for pool environments.

Count your steps.

5-Step ADA Easy Stair

For top of deck to pool floor distances of 38” to 47” (Shipping Weight: 160lbs)

6-Step ADA Easy Stair

For top of deck to pool floor distances of 48” to 57” (Shipping Weight: 190lbs)

7-Step ADA Easy Stair

For top of deck to pool floor distances of 58” to 67” (Shipping Weight: 220lbs)

Choose your stair color.

Frequently asked questions:

Can I keep my stair in the pool forever?

You sure can! Our gel coat is specifically sourced for the chlorine environment. It’s designed to sit in your pool year-round, but also easily be removed if necessary.

How many people are required to move the stair?

Using our stair dolly only requires one person, but we recommend you have two people (one in the water, and one on the deck) to safely move your stair with ease.

How heavy is the ADA Easy Stair?

Depending on how many steps your stair is, the weight of an ADA Easy stair ranges from 80 to 120 lbs.

Is there a minimum quantity discount?

EasyRec can work with you to find a price point that hits your target. Starting at a quantity of three, a discounted rate can be made available depending on standardization of the product being ordered.

Can I order a custom color Easy Stair?

Yes and no. Because our gel coat is specifically sourced for the chlorine environment, there are limitations in the amount that’s ordered at a time. So while it’s possible to provide you, the price point is not at a competitive advantage to offer.

Do you have any ADA resources for reference?

We do! Below are the requirements to meet Accessible Pool Stair Guidelines, the information provided can be referenced on the U.S. Access Board Government Site. Our ADA Easy Stair complies with the guidelines listed below. As always, feel free to reach out to us with any questions about your specific pool (585-735-9668). 

Accessible Pool Stairs: 

Accessible pool stairs are designed to provide assistance with balance and support from a standing position when moving from the pool deck into the water and out. ADAAG provisions for stairs include the requirement that all steps have uniform riser heights and uniform tread widths of not less than 11 inches, measured from riser to riser. Additionally, open risers are not permitted. Other stairs or steps provided in the pool are not required to meet these guidelines.


Pool stairs must have handrails with a minimum width between the rails of 20 inches and a maximum of 24 inches. The 20- to 24-inch width for the accessible pool stairs is intended to provide support for individuals with disabilities who are ambulatory. Handrail extensions are required on the top landing of the stairs but are not required at the bottom landing. Handrails on pool stairs must comply with ADAAG provisions. The top of the handrail gripping surface must be a minimum of 34 inches and a maximum of 38 inches above the stair nosing. If handrails are mounted on walls, the clear space between the handrail and wall must be 1.5 inches.



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