The "Accessibility Act" will soon be law...
SOLUTION? - INSTALL A COMMERCIAL AUTOMATIC DOOR OPERATOR
Accessibility is important for your business, and having a reliable commercial automatic door operator is soon to become the law.
Designed for those who use wheelchairs or other aids, they’re also used by the elderly, parents pushing strollers, or anyone with their arms full of whatever they may be carrying.
A high-quality commercial automatic door operator provides quiet, smooth, automatic door control without compromising traffic flow or failing following heavy use. Choose from push button or wall-switch operated, both wired and wireless, or card-reader styles.
Convert your manual door to an automatic one, a simple conversion by an experienced team.
Commercial access control is an issue to more people than you might think. Be sure you are allowing employees and customers the freedom to enter without any barriers. Install an automatic door operator before it’s legislated because everyone deserves barrier-free access.
“According to the 2012 Canadian Survey on Disability, almost one out of every five (19%) Nova Scotians aged 15 and over has a disability, the highest proportion in the country. There were 143,760 Nova Scotians aged 15 and over who were living with a
disability in 2012.”
Nova Scotia's government is moving forward with its promise to help make Nova Scotia a more accessible and inclusive place to live and work.
Accessibility definition: The degree to which places, goods, services, or information are usable by everyone.
Barrier-free: When places, goods, services, or information are accessible by everyone.
Let us help you stay ahead of these changes.
We offer free on-site consultations; we’ll go over available options, and give you an estimate for an automatic door operator that suits your requirements and your budget.