Stanley

 

The only STANLEY distributor for NS, NB & PEI

Disability Entries

Keep Your Business Accessible with Disability Entry Systems for Nova Scotia, New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island

Through the Business ACCESS-Ability Grant Program, the Province of Nova Scotia offers rebates of up to $100,000 for businesses intending to improve overall accessibility and create welcoming environments that persons with disabilities can access for business and employment opportunities.

 

Make your business an accessible and inclusive environment with an automated entry system that allows easy access for people with disabilities. As accessibility standards increase in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, automated entry systems become more important. Contact MGM Automated Doors in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island to install disability accessible doors for your commercial buildings.

Is Your Automated Entry System AAADM Certified?

Whether you have a sliding door or a swing door entry, keeping your wheelchair-accessible entry system AAADM-certified will help you avoid liability issues. Our trained technicians can check your powered doors annually to ensure that all regulations are met. Get in touch with our AAADM-certified door company today.

Accessible Entry Systems in Nova Scotia

We’re available 24 hours a day to take care of your door repair and maintenance needs. Make sure the disability accessible doors of your commercial building are in top shape with the help of our automatic entry system specialists. Call us for a free consultation.

Automated Sliding Doors

Automated Sliding Doors

Install automated doors to allow swift entry and exit for your clients and employees.

Information

MGM Automated Doors

10 Morris Drive, Unit 7

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia  B3B 1K8

 

Phone: 902-482-0799

Email: info@halifaxgdd.com

info@mgmad.ca

Hours

24-7

Service Area

  • New Brunswick
  • Nova Scotia
  • Prince Edward Island

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