ADA signage ( Americans With Disabilities Act) is common in the architectural, construction and signage industries. These regulations require signage that conveniently located and easy to read both visually and through tactile touch.
Therefor it is important to know that ADA signs and braille signs are not the exact same thing. ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) require more than braille and raised characters on some signs. And did you know almost every sign that is considered a architectural sign must comply with the ADA guidelines? Of course, signs with marketing purposes or temporary signs, do not need to comply with the rules.
Abiding with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) regulations doesn’t have to happen at the cost of your professional image. At The Sign Company we have an extensive selection of colors, materials and styles available to help you create the perfect look for your ADA signs. And our fast turnaround time means you can get up to code quickly, avoiding potential fines.
Are you not sure if your new signage needs to comply with the ADA signage (Americans With Disabilities Act) rules? We are happy to help you.