Complies with International Fire Code (IFC 1022.9)
Unlike other signs sold online, our stair level and floor level signs meet ADA and Fire Code specifications. Please check with your ADA inspector to verify the signs you require. The layout represents updated specifications from March, 2012.
Due to safety reasons, having the correct signs is very important. We recommend verifying with your fire inspector. Each interior floor landing requires a custom sign with the correct layout which includes specific letter heights and all information needed to identify floor levels and stairs.
Here at StopSignsAndMore, we have been manufacturing stair level and floor level signs for many years for office buildings, universities and parking garages. We have the knowledge and experience to help you make the best choice to pass inspections and meet ADA or Fire Code guidelines. We make these tactile ADA Braille stair signs out of durable Romark acrylic and they are available in many colors and styles. They are also available in brushed aluminum and in LaserGlow® photoluminous materials required by more and more building codes.
Click here to view code details: IFC 1022.9 & Title 24
Attractive matte finished acrylic with eased corners
Sign is 1/8" thick
1/32" raised pictograms and text
Grade 2 Braille
ADA Compliant Access Sign Mounting Location and Height:
Where permanent identification signs are provided for rooms and spaces, signs shall be installed on the wall adjacent to the latch side of the door. Where there is no wall space on the latch side, including at double leaf doors, signs shall be placed on the nearest adjacent wall, preferably on the Right. Mounting height shall be 60 inches above the finish floor to the centerline of the sign. Mounting location shall be determined so that a person may approach within 3 inches of signage without encountering protruding objects or standing within the Swing of a door.