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ADA Signs

ADA Signs

Welcome Disabled Customers and Guests with ADA Signs

It has been more than 20 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed to ensure that disabled persons were ensured their rights. Part of the ADA regulations require that businesses and organizations that are open to the public are accessible to disabled persons, including those in a wheelchair, the blind, the visually impaired, those who use a cane to walk and much more. Today most people are familiar with ADA signage such as handicap signs, braille signage, tactile signs and more.

Welcome Disabled Customers and Guests with ADA Signs

It has been more than 20 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed to ensure that disabled persons were ensured their rights. Part of the ADA regulations require that businesses and organizations that are open to the public are accessible to disabled persons, including those in a wheelchair, the blind, the visually impaired, those who use a cane to walk and much more. Today most people are familiar with ADA signage such as handicap signs, braille signage, tactile signs and more.

Display Current Braille Signage and Stay a Step Ahead of the Law

In addition to upsetting disabled customers and potentially losing their business, failing to display the proper ADA signage could put you in trouble with the Department of Justice. Stiff fines and time-consuming lawsuits could result from not displaying proper braille signs or tactile signs. When you look at the low costs of purchasing and posting proper ADA signs versus the high costs of penalties for not displaying the signs –hundreds of dollars compared to several thousand dollars – the choice is obvious.

Purchase ADA and Tactile Signs in Bulk and Save

More than displaying ADA signage, you must also keep braille and tactile signage current. Changes to the regulations in 2010 require a rounded rather than flat Braille lettering so that it is easier to read. According to the Division of State Architects, some states such as California may have different rulings in place for braille signs and handicap signs in general. Be sure your business is compliant with state and federal laws to avoid paying costly penalties.

StopSignsAndMore.com carries the latest, most up-to-date ADA signs including tactile signage so you can be sure your business is in compliance. With these signs, you can feel confident your business or organization is not at risk for any fines or potential lawsuits.

More than just legal signs, we carry a range of assistive signs that are more friendly in nature than the all-too-familiar compliance handicap signage. Some popular options include “We are Happy to Provide Assistance” and “Ring Bell for Assistance” with the familiar pictogram of a person in a wheelchair. Such signs, though not required by law, make disabled patrons and their guests feel welcome to your store or place of business.

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