Is converting to stadium seating right for you?

posted by coryrallison on March 25, 2008 at 2:40 pm

Smart options for your theater.

Why Stadium Seating Conversions?

After installing many different systems, including our competitors, we developed a new innovative system. Our system uses the advantages of both metal framing and GEO-foam placement methods combined. We are now able to offer:

The Most Rigid system available
No more settling during concrete placement
No more wavy risers
A non flammable product

Why convert with us?

Installation on every Project.

We have the flexibility to adapt our system to your individual theater. We have experience in all methods of installation for stadium seating in theaters. And because we install, we are always looking for ways to improve our methods. As challenges arise during installation, we are able to resolve, conquer and communicate with you any issues that may come up.

Save Money.

Our installation experience saves you money by saving you time. Don’t be fooled by statements that anyone can install any system. We make sure the job will be done on budget and on time. We have never been late for a Movie opening date.

No Guessing.

Your theater project is unique. We consider all aspects of your stadium seating upgrade specifically for your theater. We carefully measure each theater then provide you with the options available. Sloped floors, flat, new construction, we provide solutions for them all.

Visit our website to see how converting will benifit you and to keep the big chains away.

Comments (6)

Roger Katz
Roger Katz on March 26, 2008 at 11:49 am

“Why convert with us? ”

Because stadium seating is awful, and some people (including me) refuse to sit in it.

KenLayton on March 26, 2008 at 4:21 pm

A well laid out conventional sloped floor seating is superior to stadium any day. Plus handicaps can sit just about anywhere and you don’t have to install elevators.

Stadium seating sucks.

muviebuf on March 26, 2008 at 11:40 pm

It is truly sad to see the articles section of Cinema Treasures becoming clogged with this sort of ADVERTISING SPAM. I had thought the operators of this website had more class than to allow this sort of thing but after they started accepting paid advertising I have seen the whole website go downhill. It is one of the reasons I have stopped posting.

CinemarkFan on March 27, 2008 at 2:57 am

I ain’t gonna say I don’t like stadium seating, because I do. But the only thing I don’t like conventional sloped floor seating is that there’s always somebody’s big ‘ol head seating in front of you & the screen. And that just irks me.

KenLayton on March 27, 2008 at 5:07 am

If conventional sloped floor seating is laid out and staggered properly, there won’t be a person’s head in front of you.

Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers on July 18, 2010 at 4:10 am

Does It really matter,go on a slow night and watch a movie.The people that think these questions up are the same folks that would bug me on Thursday night when i was doing inventory.Be a theatre manager for one day and LEAVE ME ALONE!

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