An ADA Alert System

BigBell Alert SystemStraight Forward, ADA Compliant Door Access Alert Systems for your Storefront Entrance

Inclusion Solutions offers a wide array of state-of-the-art, high quality door access alert systems. Ideal for restaurants and storefronts where access to entry is an issue and building restrictions prevent permanent doorbell and/or signage mounting at the point of entry, our BigBell™ products enable customers to easily request assistance with entry to your establishment.

These wireless, customizable door access alert systems are an affordable alternative to power doors and meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.

User Friendly

The BigBell is set at the appropriate height for wheelchair access and features both the international symbol for wheelchair accessibility as well as directional signage. When a customer approaches your business, he or she will see the BigBell™ outside your entrance and know assistance is available. Pressing the BigBell™ touchpad will trigger an interior chime to alert your employees a customer is outside and requesting assistance. An employee can then assist the customer as necessary.

Key Features

Our BigBell products work for any public building.

  • Oversized touchpad for customers with limited dexterity
  • Easy to install, wireless technology
  • Up to 1,500-foot operating range
  • Options for multiple entrances
  • Flashing strobe receiver
  • Six ring tones, recordable chime, adjustable volume
  • Custom signage available

Popular Nationwide

Thousands of BigBells are currently in use:

  • Libraries
  • Police stations
  • Restaurants
  • Medical facilities
  • Property management offices
  • Schools
  • Hotels
  • Commercial properties
  • Retail stores
  • Public attractions

ADA Compliant

Inclusion Solutions’ area of expertise is in ADA compliant, turnkey solutions that eliminate barriers to building access for people with disabilities, older adults needing a hand, and parents with strollers. Our customers avoid costly litigation by ensuring storefront access is not just technically compliant under ADA requirements, but practically accessible by those in need of assistance.


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