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Male ADA Wheelchair   Accessible Restroom Wall Sign in  Brushed Aluminum and Wood Laminates

Male ADA Wheelchair   Accessible Restroom Wall Sign in  Brushed Aluminum and Wood Laminates

ADA Male Restroom Wall Sign-Brushed Aluminum & Wood Laminates | Tactile Text & Braille

SKU: ADA-1191
Ships in 5-7 work days
Price: $79.95

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Product Information

Male ADA Wheelchair 

Accessible Restroom Wall Sign in

Brushed Aluminum & Wood Laminates

ADA Wall Sign for Wheelchair Accessible Male Restrooms - Designer Curved Brushed Aluminum Laminate Face with Wood Laminate Backer. Tactile Text and Grade 2 Braille. A sophisticated alternative to plastic ADA signs.

These are made-to-order signs. 
Please allow 5-7 work days to ship. 

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Call us toll-free: 1-888-931-1793

There is no extra charge for Maple Fusion backer (pictured). However, if you would like to view other available wood grain laminate backers, click here.
California requires at least two signs to identify each restroom open to the here to read more.
  • Attractive .0625 thick brushed aluminum laminate sign face
  • Smooth wood grain laminate back plate
  • Brown 1/32" raised tactile text (Other text colors available. Order by phone: 1-888-931-1793)
  • Grade 2 Braille
  • Foam mounting tape included (signs can also be mounted using silicone adhesive)
Our made-in-California ADA Brushed Aluminum and Wood Laminates Signs are high-quality and professionally manufactured. Our curved brushed aluminum and wood laminate ADA Braille signs are an attractive alternative to standard blue plastic ADA signs and a great choice for modern offices, law firms, universities, and upscale retail stores. 

"Thank you for the good service and quality of the signs – they are all up!" —Karen, Administration WI Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired

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