Helping to Create Access For All • Handicap Accessibility
As a veteran-owned business, Cypress Door & Glass LLC actively supports serving members of our community with physical disabilities. We specialize in installing, maintaining and repairing handicap doors and door systems. We are proud to help modernize the Philadelphia-area building infrastructure by installing and caring for handicapped-accessible entrances. Since we are based out of Philly, we can travel approximately 80 miles from our facilities to install or repair handicap doors. Included in our service area are Philadelphia County, Montgomery County, Chester County, Delaware County, Lancaster County, Bucks County, Berks County, Wilmington, and many other areas in Southeastern PA, NJ, and DE.
ADA-Approved Handicap Door Technology for Any Automatic Doorway
Disabled people are the largest and fastest-growing minority in America, according to the American With Disabilities Act (ADA) National Network at adata.org. They control $1 trillion in total annual income, and have friends, family members and business colleagues who accompany them on outings, to events and shops. Having handicap-accessible doors isn’t just good business; federal law requires handicap-friendly entrances.
According to the ADA, a wide variety of private businesses, as well as all agencies of state and local governments, must provide handicapped-accessible access to their programs, goods and services.
Our technicians here at Cypress Door & Glass LLC are industry professionals, and have ample experience installing and maintaining handicap doors up to code with the ADA rules. Unsure of whether a automatic handicap door is right for your building space?
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Get your structure on the road to being handicap-friendly today!
Hardware Used In a Handicap Doors
Our in-house technicians can help you decide which types of handicap door hardware will fit your project and your budget. The simplest gadget involved in a handicap doors system is:
Wired Handicap Door Button: A square or round wired or wireless push plate activator is what most handicap door systems use. It features the universal “handicap” wheelchair icon and, in English-speaking countries, the words “Push To Open”. The button mounts on a metal stand so as to be reachable by someone seated in a wheelchair. The button then patches into the door’s normal automatic opening mechanism via hard wiring or a wireless receiver.
The Next Part of Picking the Right Handicap Door Entrance Options Include