One of the standard seating structures at a baseball game includes the low rise bleachers which consists of 2 to 4 benches all of various heights to accommodate a greater number of people without the need of installing different seating equipments. However, there is a reason why they are so popular in nearly every baseball game and here’s a hint why.

Design

For a standard design, the seats in the first row of the  bleachers are 17 inch from the ground whereas the lower bleachers have a height of 12 inch and the total height does not surpass 29 inches off the ground in compliance to the National Building Code. For the people sitting in the first, the lower bleachers give a somewhat squat like feeling.

Advantages

While choosing a 2 to 3 bench low rise bleacher, there are many advantages that would help you choose the particular seating arrangement.

Low on Budget

As its names, the low rise bleachers are also low on budget and do not cost a great deal to accommodate a number of spectators. It is an economical arrangement that meets all the safety codes without having to spend extra and therefore is ideal to provide a safe and fun way to watch the action going live.

A Seating Solution to Most Places

Unlike aluminum bleachers, 2-3 or even 4 row low bleachers can be utilized to fulfil the need for extra seating in smaller spaces where the former wont fit. Furthermore, there are designed to be installed in a variety of venues, especially those with limited space such as a gym or outdoor venues such as recreation and community centers.

Since they are not required to meet the requirement of guardrails and other safety precautions, such kind of sports benches compliment those limited spaces where alternative seating options that require safety codes can not be fitted.

Ideal For Baseball And Soccer

2-3 row low rise bleachers are ideal for events like Baseball and Soccer matches where the players are spread across the field and are easy to be followed by spectators sitting in the lower bleachers.

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