|Fig.1 Safety Bars|
Supplies and Tools:
Cordless screwdriver with an hex head bit
Hex head deck screws 3-inch
Joe Z. a local taco owner in Palm, California had received customer complaints about the handicapped bars in the Men's bathroom. Joe's taco shop is located in Palm, Los Angeles, California. The Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, states Palms (originally "The Palms") is a community in western Los Angeles. The Palm city was founded in 1886 and the oldest neighborhood annexed to the city, in 1915.
This post shows the two steps to re-attaching handicapped bars to a bathroom wall.
Step 1: Look what is causing the problem and decided a plan of repairs. The bathroom bars were loose and the installer did not use long enough screws to contact with the metal studs in the bathroom. Above fig.1 shows the left side of the bar the screws held the metal bar against the wall. Fig.2 below shows the decorative plate was removed from the right side.
|Fig.2 bars without cover|
|Fig.3 Decorative cover removed|
|Fig.4 Decorative cover replaced |
after bars placed into the studs
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