(Temple, GA – November 26, 2014) Janus International has confirmed that its self-storage roll-up doors meet ADA regulations. The ADA requires that self-storage roll-up doors must be tensioned at 5 lbs. maximum force as it pertains to the continuous application of force necessary to fully open a door. “We’ve conducted extensive testing to confirm that the normal tensioning of Janus roll-up doors meet ADA requirement,” states Ramey Jackson, vice president of sales. “Coupled with the ADA pull/signage kits we provide, our storage customers can feel secure that their roll-up doors and hallway systems are ADA-compliant.”
Effective March 15, 2012, the ADA has mandated that self-storage facilities follow certain compliance procedures. Fines for non-compliance can be substantial, so all owners are urged to visit www.storagedisabilityproducts.com to understand current requirements.
Janus International is a leading manufacturer of rolling doors and building components for the self-storage, commercial and industrial markets. Storage Disability Products is a Janus division dedicated to assisting storage owners to become ADA compliant. Headquartered in Temple, Georgia, Janus has eight global locations, including a joint venture in Mexico. For more details, visit our website at www.janusintl.com.