With the increased awareness around the importance of automated access solutions for the disabled, fully automated disability access doors and entrances have become a standard feature in most commercial buildings and properties.
With our range of automated disabled door entry systems, we can install easy access points that cater to those with mobility issues, parents with prams, people with temporary illness or injury, older Australians, delivery people and shoppers with heavy bags or trolleys. Improving access also helps businesses and service providers to meet existing legal responsibilities under anti-discrimination laws.
Disabled Access Doors
As Western Australia’s leading name in automatic doors for disabled access, we have developed a comprehensive range of Go Disabled Door Systems to suit a wide range of disability access requirements. From new residential automatic door entrances to commercial automatic Unisex Accessible Toilets (UAT), we have the products and experience to meet all your disabled access needs.
Backed by years of industry experience, our team can install and program an automated system with minimal fuss for commercial and residential properties across Perth. From cutting the electric strikes and fabricating structural reinforcing mounts, through to installing the rubber ramp threshold plates and installing the GPOs, our team are highly trained and proficient when it comes to installing disabled access doors and programming the automatic disability door operators.
Automatic Disabled Doors and Access Solutions
Our Go Disabled Door Systems utilises the premium RECORD automatic door mechanisms, in conjunction with our commercial-grade Go Disabled Accessories to provide effortless entry and exit for patrons.
Our Go Disabled Door systems can be used in conjunction with access control systems, actuation push buttons, microwave and infra-red devices, and intercom hardware. They are ideal for nursing homes, schools, offices, public toilets or residential properties, and can be installed on existing or planned entrances.
Please refer to our NDIS Assistive Technologies page for a comprehensive range of our automatic doors and solutions for disability access. Alternatively, please contact our Perth team on (08) 9419 3373 or send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our range of disabled access doors and assistive technology options
Our range of disability access options ensures that individuals who require assistance, have unhindered independent access to buildings and other entrances. Click on the pdf fact sheets to find out more.
Go Doors is a registered NDIS provider, and our provider number is 4050051428
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the minimum door width for a disabled access door?
The minimum door width for a disabled access door is 850mm, measured from the face of the opened door to the doorstop. Additionally, the doorway must provide a clean and continuous accessible path of travel.
What are the requirements for disabled toilet doors?
All disabled toilet doors are required to include a button plate set in accordance with the Building Code of Australia (BCA). As a registered NDIS provider, Go Doors can assist with the design and installation of disabled toilet doors which suit all requirements outlined in the BCA. Get in touch with our team to book a consultation.
Should you install a swing or sliding disabled access door?
Depending on the application of your disabled access door, you will be deciding between either a swing or sliding doors. Both door options are suitable for different areas and usually require an assessment from trained door technicians. Speak to Go Doors today to organise a disabled access doors consultation in your home or business premise.