Install an Easy to Use Commercial Handicap Door Opener
Handicap door operators are designed for those who use wheelchairs or other aids, and are also used by the elderly, mothers or fathers pushing strollers, or anyone bogged down with too many bags or boxes. Accessibility is important for your business to accommodate the needs of all visitors and having reliable commercial handicap door openers will soon be mandatory. Commercial automatic door openers are the perfect solution.
Accessibility Will Soon Be Law
By 2025, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) will go into effect. In order to achieve AODA accessibility, most businesses will have to make adjustments to ensure that they are compliant. This might include complete hardware installations and handicap access systems, or integrations with existing systems.
Convert Your Manual Door to an Automatic Handicap Door Opener
A high-quality commercial handicap door operator provides quiet, smooth, automatic door control without compromising traffic flow or failing following heavy use. Choose from pushbutton or wall switch operated – both wired and wireless – or card reader styles.
Converting to a commercial automatic door opener is simple and can be installed efficiently by our expert handicap door opener team.
It doesn’t have to be a challenge to get your washrooms up to AODA accessibility standards. We sell washroom kits that include everything you need to meet specific Ontario regulations. Whether you have one or two door restrooms, or whether you need audible alarm or push to lock door openers, our kits have you covered.
Don’t Wait Until 2025
Over 17% of Toronto’s 2.4 million residents have some sort of physical disability. Commercial access control is an issue for more people than you might think. Make sure you are allowing employees and customers the freedom to enter without any barriers and install a handicap door operator before legislation comes into effect to avoid being penalized.
Get Started Today
Contact us today and we’ll schedule a time to visit your location, review the options to meet AODA accessibility requirements, and give you an estimate for a handicap door operator that will best suit the nature of your business and the structure of your building envelope.