Signs are meant to deliver important information to the public so that both consumers and staff can conduct themselves efficiently in public locations. This can be navigation information, regulatory information, details about business, products,and services, and more. The information should be legible and available for all people,which is why in 1990 the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed.
ADA Signs have certain specific forms to deliver information though signage and also requirements. These signs topically display information such as:
- Contact Details
- Entrances and Exits
- Wheelchair Accessible Areas
- Evacuation plans
- and much more!
Signs such as ADA signs must meet the requirements stated for this law and should be displayed in a specific manner that assures legibility to any person. Some the the required specifications include Grade 2 Braille, Height and Size of Installation, Color Contrast, Sign Placement, Images and Logos, and much more!
Our team here at City Signs understand that housing any public business such as theaters, hospitals, museums and other public areas can be stressful when it comes to the correct signage and the fines that come along with it if you are not using the proper signage. We have worked on ADA signs for years are very familiar with the rules for an ADA sign and their requirements. We personally go down to your business for a survey and share with you the signage that is need in order to stay within your code compliance.
Give our office a call today at 209.229.2220. We will get you the information you need, and the signs you want. We look forward to working with you!