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ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) signage is required in many building, and should be included in all your signage considerations.  Most people commonly refer to these as Braille signs. These signs are used to mark permanent rooms in your public building. You generally see these signs on restroom doors, janitor’s closets, data rooms, etc. Not sure if you are required to have signage in Braille? Give us a call and we would be happy to talk with you about all your interior sign needs.

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ADA Compliance for Interior Signage

ADA Compliance for Interior Signage ADA Compliance is a key consideration for your interior signs.   Oftentimes, interior signage requires adherence to ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliance.  ADA rules for signage help ensure accessibility for those with impaired vision or blindness. ADA regulations are set by the government and require ADA compliant signage for all permanent rooms in a building. Fines can be rather steep for non-compliance.   While the ADA rules are extensive, we've provided some key takeaways below. Is ADA Compliant Signage required for all interior areas? Any room that is considered a permanent structure must [...]

THE BASICS OF ADA SIGNS

Many of us equate ADA signs as being braille signs – tactile signs – for individuals who are visually impaired but the definition goes far beyond that. The Americans with Disabilities Act was implemented to enable anyone with physical disabilities find their way, easily gain access, and arrive to their intended destination without limitations. Some ADA signs may include braille, especially interior signs, but they will specifically include directions or labels – think elevators, restrooms, room, or floor numbers – that are easy to locate from any height, read and/or touch, distinguish, and comprehend, regardless of the visitor’s disability. ADA [...]

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