Custom ADA Braille Signs
ADA sign requirements are very specific and often confusing for those new to the process. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides people with disabilities easier access to public places. of 2010 requires many rooms and spaces in most public buildings to be labeled with signs that include tactile and Braille lettering. The lettering must also fall within specific font, size and color specifications.
ADA Braille sign requirements
The ADA requires many rooms and spaces in most public buildings to be labeled with signs that include tactile and Braille lettering. The lettering must also fall within specific font, size and color specifications.
New construction and remodeling projects are full of exciting decisions and details: Room locations and sizes, stairs, corridors, parking lots, construction materials. Deadlines and budgets consume the designers, architects and decision makers for weeks or months. As the project nears completion and decorating decisions are finalized, attention turns to sign design and building code requirements.
- What rooms have to be labeled?
- Which signs require tactile lettering and Braille?
- What are the text size and color requirements?
- At what height should the signs be located?
- What are the design and material choices?
- How much will this cost?
ADA sign design
We’ve studied ADA Braille sign regulations and determined in certain instances that signs alone can bring you closer to compliance. Other times the law may require modifications to your physical plant.We can help answer all these questions and more, including:
- Floor plan review
- Site visit to discuss materials, design, and location
- Sign design
- Production and delivery
- Expert installation
Let us be your experts on ADA compliance requirements. When you need custom ADA Braille signs or an entire interior and exterior signage package, contact SignWorks, Inc. or call (510) 357-2000 and get started on your project today!