Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Bleachers with Aluminum Seats are made for sporting events, outdoor concerts and all spectator events.

Our Wide variety of bleachers include, Tip and Roll, Low Risers, portable, semi-permanent, Mobile and Elevated. All Bleacher options including aisles, handrails, full footboards. guard rails are available.

Customers should excercise all efforts to comply with local bleacher codes.

Aluminum and Galvanized frames are available.

We have the aluminum frames priced on our online store for your convenience. Seating materials are either aluminum or plastisol (plastic coated metal).

We can sell frames only that include all hardware.

Our factory produces some of the finest quality available, all made in the USA. The smallest bleacher is 7.5feet wide and the largest bleacher depends on the project.

Bleachers is a term used to describe the raised, tiered stands found by sports fields or at other spectator events in the USA. Bleachers are long rows of benches, often consisting of alternating steps and seats. They range in size from small, modular, aluminum stands that can be moved around soccer or field hockey fields to large permanent structures that flank either side of a football field. Bleachers are hollow underneath, aside from their support structures. Some bleachers have locker rooms underneath them. In indoor gymnasia, bleachers can be built in so that they slide on a track or on wheels and fold in an accordion-like, stacking manner. The seats of these bleachers are often made of wood. Stands is another term for bleachers.
In baseball stadiums, the bleachers are usually located beyond the outfield fences. However, center-field bleachers are located in the line of sight of the batter, and the presence of fans makes it difficult for the batter to pick out the ball. As a result, most stadiums have vacant areas or black backgrounds where the seats would be. Yankee Stadium has featured black-painted vacant bleachers, nicknamed the black by baseball fans, since it reopened in 1976 after a two-year renovation. In the original Stadium, the center-field section of the bleachers was originally occupied, though from the 1950s they were obscured with a portable screen.
The term "under the bleachers" is imbued with cultural meaning from the post-war era of American high school football stars and cheerleaders. In the sexually conservative society of post-war America, some students would find places like the bleachers at the football field, or a secluded car park, to interact socially and sexually with members of the opposite sex. The "bleachers" have been given cultural connotations of the innocence of high school, youth, and this period of American history, as well as the defiance, excitement, and intrigue of stolen kisses and forbidden love. The British equivalent is "behind the bike sheds".

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Bleachers for Convenient Seating at Events

Bleachers can be found at just about any event where management of large crowds is necessary. Whether at your local fairgrounds, high school, university or park you will be sure to find bleachers there.

Consider these venues:

Football, Soccer, Basketball, Tennis, volleyball, track, concerts, shows, performances, and any other spectator event requiring bleachers.

They can be used in all 50 states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and during any time of the year.

Using bleachers is a very smart method that is sure to leave all spectators satisfied. Bleachers make it possible for everyone seated to be able to see the event because of the tiered rows.

Bleacher sizes can vary greatly from just a simple 3 row to massive grandstand style bleachers.

Frames on the bleachers are usually made out of aluminum or galvanized steel.

There are many techniques for moving bleachers and transporting them long distances. Tip N’ Roll bleachers are a good example. At many high schools there are sets of bleachers with press boxes on them. This is a nice addition making it easier for announcers to view the game.

Many bleacher sets are very large and can possibly lead to dangerous situations. To avoid injuries one of the smartest tools are guardrails. Guardrails on bleachers make it much safer for the people sitting on the perimeter of the bleacher. Another way to avoid accidents is to use full width footboards. Making it easier for people to move around and not trip on the next step.

Some bleachers are large enough to use an aisle and when this is implemented it makes it much easier for spectators to get on and off of the bleacher.

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