Custom braille signs, often used by people who are visually impaired, are likely the first thing that comes to mind when you think of ADA signs. While braille is one example of a compliance requirement, there are many that need to be followed in Southeast Wisconsin, including:
All interior and exterior signs identifying permanent rooms or spaces must be ADA-compliant.
These signs provide information and/or directions within interior facilities that must follow ADA guidelines.
As they must follow specific rules about fonts, contrast, glare, tactile elements, and pictograms, the design process of these signs is crucial.
These signs must be placed in certain locations and at specific heights to be considered accessible and universal.
Working with a professional signage company like Heartland Signs and Graphics is the perfect way to guarantee that your ADA signs follow all the requirements for design and installation. Prioritize the experience of your customers, clients, and employees alike by working with a professional signage company for your signage needs.
Are you wondering if ADA signs are required at your business? We’re here to help.
All public facilities, even privately owned ones, are required by law to display ADA signs. Here are a few examples of businesses and establishments where you’ll see ADA-compliant signs:
No matter what industry you’re in, Heartland Signs and Graphics is ready to design and install your custom ADA signs.
While ADA signs are required by law, there are many additional benefits your business will gain access to when installing these signs: