ADA compliance is more than a legal requirement. It is also a customer service tool, and an effective way to open your business up to more consumers and more visitors. Every business should make sure that their signs are ADA compliant to avoid the legal implications and to be more open for those with disabilities.
But crafting those signs requires experience. Brooklyn Signs has been creating ADA compliant signs and braille signs for over 30 years. We’re able to fabricate signs of all shapes and sizes, and can take the lead if you need help with figuring out how to make these signs compliant. Learn more or get started today by calling us at (718) 252-7575.
Every corporate office complex in New York City is expected to have ADA signage. When creating for both small and large buildings, it’s important to have every single sign ADA compliant. We can provide high quantity orders, fast.
Hospitals and medical centers that have disabled patients, visitors, and staff, benefit from having these signs help those individuals navigate the many different floors of these buildings and find the areas they need.
Every business, from lawyers to hotels to bagel shops may need to invest in ADA signs. We have the customization options that benefit your business, no matter what it offers.
ADA signs may be about compliance. But companies that invest in ADA signage also get more customers and higher satisfaction ratings from clients, employees, and lessees. It’s an important type of sign that every business should use, and here at Brooklyn Signs, our experience with this type of signage makes us the right choice for your fabrication needs. Give us a call today to get started.
ADA(Americans with Disabilities Act) are basically the signs that are installed to help the people with disabilities. These signs are basically used to help people with disabilities to access public areas easily. People who are responsible for buildings like compartment complexes or offices are required to put up these signs in specific places so that they can help people with disabilities to navigate easily.
Sans serif fonts are ones that are as plain and straight as possible, increasing the ease of readability. The signs should also have large fonts (5/8 and 2 inches). The fonts should not be italic, highly decorative or script. The main goal of this signage is to help people.
Yes, the businesses and residences are required by the ADA to make reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. But these signs are required for only those businesses that comply under the ADA rules. The small businesses that don't serve the public are not required to put ADA signs.
Yes, custom colors can be used for ADA signs. The standard ADA signage colors are blue, black, or dark brown. Green on red or red on green should be avoided as they are not color blindness. The colors that are most visible should only be used.
The standard sizes for these ADA signage is 18 x 18 inch. The signs should be placed in such a way that a clear space is provided beyond the arc of the door. The signs that are placed overhead should have a minimum of 80 inches clearance from the finished floor to the bottom of the sign.
The tactile signs are the signs that are for blind people; can be read by the touch of hand. Braille(3D bumps on the signs), raised pictograms, symbols or prints are examples of tactile signs.
These signs should be placed in a specific and consistent area on the wall with the door. If there is no place on the wall the signs should be mounted on the adjacent wall that is nearest.
The signs should last as long as you take care of them properly. These signs are necessary for the buildings so they should be placed at all times.
These signs are customizable but there are some conditions under the ADA law but some of the materials that can be used to craft these signs include brass, bronze, copper, and high end plastic.