Create an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere, pass inspections, and avoid penalties and major fines with ADA signs from United GMG—the ADA sign experts.
UNITED GMG UNDERSTANDS ADA SIGN REQUIREMENTS.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) assists business owners with the design of signage that labels rooms and fulfills basic wayfinding functions. These include ADA signs, room ID, and nameplates.
Although not all companies must follow the rules set forth by this law, the overwhelming majority of schools, healthcare facilities, stores, and office environments do have the obligation to create signage in keeping with the Act. Besides, installing nameplates and room ID signs that offer visual access to all consumers in your venue is simply good business practice. These wayfinding tools cut down on customer frustration and eliminate the stress of remembering proper room settings.
United GMG can help you comply with ADA code!
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ADA BRAILLE SIGNS, RESTROOM SIGNAGE, & MORE FOR YOUR BUSINESS
At United GMG, we offer a wide selection of ADA signs including braille signs, restroom signs, handicap parking signs, exit and entry signs, room ID signs, nameplates, custom ADA signs, and more.
We work with various materials that are ideal for use with these signage products. For example, if you have chosen the display of a metal 3D logo lobby sign, underline its visual impact on your space by ordering metal ADA and room ID products. Interested in a different material? Acrylic ADA signs allow for endless customization opportunities and the addition of Braille II marks.
Sizes for ADA signs include:
- Available in all ADA compliant shapes & sizes
Materials available for ADA signs include:
- Frames with Inserts
Finishing services for ADA signs include:
- Die Cut
- Kiss Cut
WHY UNITED GMG FOR ADA COMPLIANT SIGNS? EST. 1927
ADA SIGNAGE FAQ
What are ADA compliant signs?
ADA compliant signs are signs that are properly placed, contain tactile characters, and are easy to read both visually and via touch. ADA compliant signs help people with disabilities safely find and access their intended destination without unnecessary limitations.
What makes a sign ADA compliant?
For a sign to be ADA compliant, it must include braille, tactile or raised text, a pictogram, or a combination of these elements.
How high do ADA signs need to be?
ADA signs needs to be between 48 inches and 60 inches high. ADA sign installers should measure from the floor to the baseline of the tactile characters to meet proper ADA sign height requirements.
What font is used on ADA signs?
ADA signs are required to use sans serif fonts. Popular font choices for ADA signs include Arial, Helvetica, and Verdana.
Do all signs have to be ADA complaint?
ADA signs are required for any permanent rooms and for directional purposes such as locating bathrooms, elevators, exits, etc.
Do all ADA signs need braille?
Signs for permanent rooms and spaces must have tactile or raised characters and braille.
How much do ADA signs cost?
To get a quote for your custom ADA signs, contact us today!