ADA Code

BATONS IN PUBLIC AREAS

BATONS IN PUBLIC AREAS

Customers often inquire about the proper length of public area batons. As opposed to guestroom batons, public area batons do not have any regulations as to what length they have to be, since guests do not operate them (the staff does), the batons do not need to adhere to the ADA code. Click here to learn more!

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DRAPERY BATONS FOR THE HOSPITALITY AND HEALTHCARE INDUSTRIES

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DRAPERY BATONS FOR THE HOSPITALITY AND HEALTHCARE INDUSTRIES

There is an element of Hospitality and Healthcare Drapery that is rather essential but often times overlooked. That item is the drapery baton. It is used in every single manual traversing treatment and there are more options than you may think. Often times batons are not specifically specified by designers and drapery manufacturing project managers often times have to go back to the purchasing agent and on the designer to formalize exactly what is expected.

23 RESOURCES IN OUR 32nd YEAR

23 RESOURCES IN OUR 32nd YEAR

Our 32nd year of business was especially busy. We put in a concerted effort to emerge as an educator in the industry. We by no means think we know it all, but with so many years of combined experience both in our corporate office and on our production lines we definitely have knowledge to share. 

ADA CODE FOR HOSPITALITY WINDOW TREATMENTS

ADA CODE FOR HOSPITALITY WINDOW TREATMENTS

The Americans with Disabilities Act is a highly complex and thick document. To wade thru the entire thing would be a massive undertaking for anyone much less a busy designer, purchasing agent or hotel owner. The laws and guidelines within the document are crucial to a hotel’s legality in the eyes of the government and its honoring of those guests with disabilities. Therefore understanding what the document entails is extremely important regardless of how dense it is.