Why Choose Automatic Doors?
Research Proves 98.9% of Consumers Prefer Automatic Doors
By design, automatic doors provide easier, more convenient access than manual doors. The public’s overwhelming preference for automatic doors is demonstrated in the results of AAADM’s recent research study. We surveyed 447 consumers. Participants in this study could be described as “Mr. and Mrs. Joe Average”. The group consisted of a cross-section of men and women, who reside in the United States, have an average family income and an average of two children per family. Results showed that of those people surveyed who indicated a preference, 98.9% prefer automatic doors.
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AAADM News, Industry Updates & Insights
A wide variety of AAADM’s informative brochures, owner’s manuals, white papers, articles, and other resources are available for order. For online publications, including printed materials, inspection form pads, safety labels for doors and more, please click here. Mail and fax order forms for non-members are available here.September 24, 2019
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