ADA signs are indoor signs essential for any business. Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design is legally mandatory for any business open to the public. There are a lot of rules when it comes to ADA signs, and Quad City Custom Signs is here to help. We are experienced in ADA signs that meet all legal requirements while helping your business.
There are many factors to consider when putting up ADA signs, such as visual characters, tactile characters, and braille. We have a team of experts that can help you with any and all compliance details.
Approximately 13.3% of the American population has some form of difference in ability. This has been confirmed by the US Census Bureau around the end of 2017. ADA guidelines also help more consumers access your brand. Compliance is important, but so is making sure that everyone feels welcome in your business.
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Quad City Custom Signs ensures that your business is equipped with ADA compliant signs. Compliance is a must for effective, high-quality signs. All guests and visitors will have a way to navigate your business and they can feel comfortable and safe in your professional space.
Studies show that more than 2 million Americans have some form of visual impairment. If you have signs that are highly visible and easy to read, your visually impaired customers are far more likely to become repeat customers for your business. One of the techniques for helping the visually impaired is to use high contrast ADA signs. There are a variety of colors, materials, fonts, and design elements we can choose from to make sure they are informative and compliant while still promoting your brand identity.
We are here to help you provide a safe, convenient, and pleasant experience to your customers to help your business grow.
There are hefty fines for violations against ADA regulations. If an inspection is done in your establishment and you prove to be noncompliant, you have to close until you meet ADA standards. Quad City Customs Signs can make sure that this is never a problem so that you can go about your business smoothly.
ADA compliance can be complicated because there are a lot of factors you need to consider such as the size, design, and tactile details of signs. You also need to take into account font usage, character size, color contrast, location, and mounting height.
The staff at Quad City Custom Signs are experts in ADA compliance so you don’t have to be. You can focus on other aspects of your business while we handle your ADA signs.
As a full-service company, we do not just fabricate ADA signs. We are a partner in business that will guide you through the process. With the help of our team of experts, we ensure that your ADA sign is produced, placed, and installed following all rules and regulations.
If you want to make a difference, make Quad City Custom Signs your partner so you can accommodate customers with different levels of ability with well thought out designs that make your business accessible to all.
We know the ins and outs of making the right ADA signs, which means you get peace of mind when it comes to Compliance. Quad City Custom Signs has an answer to all your signage needs.
Call Quad City Custom Signs today at 1-888-498-4352 for your Free ADA Signs Consultation!
ADA signs are signs that are mandated by the Federal Government and stands for the Americans With Disabilities Act or “ADA”. These signs have specific requirements for location and texture to ensure they are easy to read both visually and through physical touch.
For an ADA sign to be compliant it should have, no glare, high contrast between characters and background, high legibility, appropriate size and font of text and appropriate location of signs.
According to ADA Standards for Accessible Designs (2009), signs with braille and raised characters are required for signs designating permanent rooms and spaces.
Your sign font should not be in italics, bold or any form of script. It shouldn’t be oblique, highly decorative, or in any other unusual form. The intent is to be as easy to read as possible. Additionally, sizing, stroke and colors are requirements as well.
Grade 2 Braille is required for text on tactile signs. Braille should be in lowercase with exceptions being proper names, letters as part of a room number, acronyms, the first word of sentences, or initials. Check your state laws for specific requirements.