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Designing Your Site

Before you begin any bleacher project, you should consider what your ultimate bleacher site offers you in space and location.
Consider the following:
  • What is your preferred seating capacity?
  • What is your available length? Available depth?
  • Are there any pre-installed obstacles to consider? Light poles, press boxes, dugouts, utility/out buildings, etc.?
As with any construction, you will need to determine how best to install your bleacher and bleacher amenities.
  • Do you know your local and/or state building and fire codes?
  • Have you planned to offer handicap seating and ramps?
  • Have you included a commons or refreshment area?
  • How about seating around the refreshment area?
  • How will the public restrooms interact with the bleacher placement?
  • How will you include handicap restrooms in the plan?
  • How will you want the bleacher to anchor (required on most all bleachers)? Fixed concrete footings, concrete floating slab, portable sections?
  • Who will install your bleacher system? Professional Installer, Booster Club, Local Contractor, Other
Current IBC Code
Elevated / Non-Elevated
Includes ADA Complaince Seating


Resources & Policies

American Aluminum Seating, Inc. has one of the best warranty packages available in the seating industry.  American Aluminum Seating products have a 5 year limited warranty and our Hide-A-BenchTM seating has a 1 year limited warranty.
It will be the responsibility of the customer to know the local, State and Federal codes that will apply to bleacher seating.  The products that AASI offers are IBC Code Compliant and Fedearl compliant for ADA Amenities.
Net 30 days with credit approval.  Service charge of 1.5% per month for past due invoices.  Others, payment prior to shipping.
Shipments will be made via quickest and most economical manner. All items are shipped unassembled.  All parts are shipped complete with assembly instructions.
Title passes to the customer at the time of shipment from American Aluminum Seating, Inc. If the shipment is lost or damaged in transit, the customer by law is responsible for recovery of loss.  AASI will provide cost for replacement and any pertinent shipping information to assist in the recovery of a freight claim.  Such carrier claims are not valid legal basis for withholding any related payments to AASI or our representatives.  Be sure to note on a bill of lading any lost or damaged product.  American Aluminum Seating is not responsible for loss or damage.
AASI is not responsible for any delays in transportation.
AASI reserves the right to alter, discontinue or improve specifications.