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Doors, windows, thresholds and flooring
A barrier-free building must meet various requirements in the area of doors, windows, thresholds and flooring.
Doors should be easy to recognise, open, close and pass through. Satisfactory contrasts and the avoidance of reflections should be taken into account. Windows should be easy to open and close from a standing and sitting position. Alternatively, operating aids can be installed for doors, windows and curtains.
Ramps are used to bridge thresholds. These can be fixed or mobile.
The floor coverings should be even, non-slip, easy to walk on or drive over and not electrostatically chargeable.