ADA Signs

Custom ADA Signs For Businesses

What are the ada signs requirements? The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that businesses and public places provide visual cues to ensure accessibility for those who are visually impaired. These signs must meet certain requirements to be ADA-compliant.

ADA Braille signs

Did you know when it comes to ada compliant braille signs you can chose the background? You have so many options for the background of your ada compliant braille signs. You can choose from a variety of colors and materials to suit your specific needs or aesthetic. Whether you are looking for something eye-catching or subtle, you can find the perfect solution with the right background choice.

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What is are ada compliance signs?

ADA compliant signs must have raised, tactile characters, with a Grade 2 Braille translation for the text. The raised letters must be at least 5/8 inch in height, and the Braille must be fully rounded and of sufficient size to be easily read without magnification. The characters must contrast visually with their background, and the lettering must be in all uppercase or sans-serif font.

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ADA signs must also include symbols or pictures, as well as tactile borders to indicate the boundaries of the sign. This is to help the visually impaired to quickly and accurately process the sign’s contents. ADA signs must also include visual cues, such as contrasting colors and textured backgrounds, to assist in locating the sign.

Finally, ADA compliant signs should be posted at a height that is between 48 and 60 inches off the ground, and should be placed at points of entry and next to any related equipment or areas.

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What Type of ADA Signage do you need for your Business?

ADA signage, also known as braille signage, is made in different types depending on the required specifications and design needs. The most common types of ADA signage include:

  1. Restroom signs
  2. Wayfinding signs
  3. Room identification signs
  4. Exit Signs
  5. Elevator Signs
  6. and more

These signs are typically made from materials such as acrylic, aluminum, and photopolymer, and feature raised text and graphics with braille to comply with ADA accessibility guidelines.

How to Design you ADA Signage?

  • We need to determine the proper dimension for the sign, which should be 6 inches high at a minimum.
  • Then you need to select a font style that is easy to read and that complies with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.
  • You will need to pick contrasting colors for the text and background to make the sign more visible.
  • You need to tell us the message in the text and use symbols or illustrations.
  • We will select the material that is durable enough to withstand the environment it will be placed in.
  • Lastly we will mount the sign at the correct height so that it is easily visible.

When we design your ADA sign we following the specific guidelines in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We do this to ensure that your sign is accessible to individuals with disabilities. Your design must consider factors such as color contrast, tactile characters, Braille, letter spacing, and mounting height. 

We recommended you consult with us as we have plenty  of experience in designing and creating ADA-compliant signs to ensure that the design meets all the necessary guidelines.

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Manufacturing of ADA Signs For Your Business

When Manufacturing your ADA Signs we used machines and software to create the words using raster’s AKA Braille that are inserted in the holes. 

We take great care and pride when manufacturing your ADA Signs to ensure that the signs meet, and even exceed, all ADA requirements and regulations. Through our testing process, our signs have been proven to be of the highest quality and accuracy. 

Our commitment to excellence does not stop with the manufacturing of our ADA Signs. We provide a full warranty on all of our signs and guarantee complete customer satisfaction. 

Additionally, we offer free customer support, so if you ever have any issues or questions our team of experts are there to help. We want to make sure your ADA Signs are up to code and last for many years to come.

Installing ADA Sign at your Business

This depends on several factors, including the type and size of your signage, the location of the sign, and the complexity of the mounting instructions. Generally speaking, ADA Signs can take anywhere from a few hours to a full day to install this depends on the installation requirements.

Your ADA signage can be installed using a variety of methods such as:

  • Double-sided Foam tape,
  • Stainless steel stand-offs,
  • Screws,
  • And adhesives.

Depending on the type of your ADA Complaint Signage, the best installation method needs to be determined before beginning. For example, your sign might requiring screws needs to be accurately drilled in to the wall or other surface in order to properly support the sign’s weight. Additionally, we can help ensure your signs are compliant with ADA standards.

FAQ About Custom ADA Signs
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Yes, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires these signs be installed in buildings to help people with disabilities found your office and other locations like restrooms.

There are various materials that can be used to make ADA signage. Some common materials include acrylic, PVC, aluminum, and photopolymer. The raised tactile letters and Braille dots are typically made of plastic. Did you know that the color contrast and finish of the sign need to meet ADA guidelines

The cost for your custom ADA signs can vary depending on various factors such as the size, materials used, complexity of design, and quantity. Generally, the cost can range from $30 to $300 per sign. 

Our production time for your custom ADA signs can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the design, the materials used, and the quantity ordered. However, in general, it typically takes between 1-3 weeks to produce your signage. Rush options may also be available for an additional cost.

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