If you are a business owner, you are probably already aware that you need to have ADA Signs. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 or commonly referred to as ADA, put into motion government regulations that require all public businesses to display ADA Signs. Besides, people with special needs have the right to be kept safe and informed. It is important for the success of your business that you are not only compliant, but also sensitive to the needs of the handicapped or disabled.
What Does ADA Compliant Mean?
The federal anti-discrimination statute enacted by the U.S. Congress was designed to ensure equal access to people with disabilities. ADA Accessibility Guidelines are very specific about how and where special needs signs must be displayed. The point is that people with special needs should not be excluded from enjoying the same experiences as other non-disabled people. Braille Signage and/or Tactile Signage are examples of signs that guide or provide assistance to those with special needs.
What Kinds of ADA Signs are Available?
In addition to the traditional ADA compliant International Symbol of Accessibility, there are Braille Signs, Tactile Signs, entrance and exit signs, and restroom signs. Most public properties will also have a need for ADA-related guide signs and wayfinding signs, and signs that show direction and signs to guide behavior such as ”ring bell for service”. In addition, ADA Signage can be customized for important information that you need to communicate to your customers. ADA Signs are available with images and words, just images, or both. They can be purchased as decals and labels, ADA luminescent signs and are available in different shapes and sizes and colors. In addition, truncated dome pads are available for purchase.
Quality You Can Trust
All of our ADA signs comply with the Americans with Disability Act by meeting all required government regulations. They are used effectively in restaurants, offices, general stores and other public places of business. In addition, all of our signs (Braille Signs and Tactile Signs included) are manufactured right here in the United States and are grade 2 Braille compliant, unlike many imported signs. In fact, you will be sure to pass official Americans with Disabilities building inspections with compliant ADA, Braille, and Tactile Signs. They are designed for easy mounting and installation, giving you more time to focus on your customers and less on maintenance.
There are several choices when it comes to purchasing ADA Signs. However, choose high quality, professionally manufactured ADA compliant signs and get it right the first time. Don’t risk your reputation or leave your business unprepared- buy quality you can trust.