Safety & ADA Signs

Regardless of the times, our businesses will need safety & ADA signs that meet ADA regulations. Ensuring your business is compliant is a vital part of any sign design. Every company wants to ensure they are compliant with up-to-date regulations to avoid hefty fees. But, safety & ADA Signs also tell potential customers and employees that your building is accessible.

Our expert team understands the changing laws and what local governing bodies expect from signage. You can feel comfortable knowing that your business will stay on the right side of the law with our help. Ensuring your signage is compliant means more than just adding braille and other accessibility features. We can help you learn what other important factors your business needs to know when creating a sign.

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A Glance at ADA Guidelines

From the finish and contrast to the pictogram field and the text descriptors, all these essential components help ensure your business’s signs are ADA-compliant:

  • Raised characters: Under the Act, it’s vital that your sign not only adhere to line spacing, character proportions, and height, but signs also need to be the right depth, stroke thickness, and style.
  • Visual characters: Choosing the right style, contrast, and finish is an integral part of making your signs ADA-compliant. You will also need to consider the distance the sign is from the floor and the visual characters you are using in the sign.
  • Height and location of installation: Did you know all doors, including single, double, and even doors with no walls, all need to meet individual specifications? You want your space to look accessible and represent your business’s commitment to be more inclusive. To make this happen, your signs need to be the correct height from the ground.
  • Accessibility symbols: By having the appropriate finish and contrasting colors, International Symbols of Accessibility, TTY, Assistive Listening Systems, and Volume Control Telephones will all go a long way to ensuring your business remains compliant under the ADA.