• METAL BENCHES

Commercial Metal Benches

Adding a commercial metal outdoor park bench is a great way to decorate gardens, outside buildings, or parks. For public areas such as bus stops or shopping malls, these benches provide a space for individuals to rest.

Providing both comfort and durability, Canaan’s commercial landscape park benches are made from powder-coated steel, which provides superior resistance to corrosion. Cast-iron frames and arms make our metal park benches more luxurious and elegant. The benches are available in different sizes, shapes, and colours. Design your own commercial metal park bench by simply picking your favourite design and then choosing a colour.

Our collection comes pre-assembled and it must be mounted for safety reasons.

ADA Compliance

Canaan provides consumers with accessibility and ADA compliance regulated site furnishings for different types of consumers to be included in their community. We have researched different ADA and AODA compliances in multiple cities across North America before coming up with the designs to make sure our furnishings will fit everyone’s needs.

The standard requirements for benches to comply with Americans with Disabilities (ADA) is not specified, we instead followed the standard for benches to be AODA compliant. Example requirements is to have ample backrest and armrest. The armrest provides ease of ingress and egress for the user. The bench should have a minimum seat height of 405 mm-500 mm from the ground and a backrest with an estimated height of 450 mm. The armrest should be an estimate of 150 mm from the seat. These measurements allows easy transfer for the user. The benches should be located to one side of public walkways or paths and should be mounted on a firm and level base.

Installing the bench should also be AODA compliant, where a space should be available beside the bench for at least one person using a wheelchair or a scooter. The minimum clearance should be an are of 1015 mm by 1220 mm. That said space should have a firm base to hold the weight of the person on the wheelchair or scooter.