“ADA Signs” are sometimes misunderstood as being synonymous with braille signs. Signs with braille and raised characters are the most visible manifestation of the law requiring access to the built environment, but the sign standards in the ADA Accessibility Guidelines (or ADAAG) require much more than just braille and raised characters on some signs. In general, almost every sign that would be considered an “architectural” sign must comply with one or another of the ADA Guidelines.  If a sign identifies a permanent room or space of a facility (including exits), directs or informs about functional spaces of the facility, or identifies, directs to, or informs about accessible features of the facility, it must comply. Signs for advertising and marketing purposes, temporary signs, company logos and names are examples of signs or sections of signs that do not have to comply.
We are capable of producing custom braille signs, ADA compliant signs and engraved signs for your building, school or public entity. We can create or match any ADA sign project you have and offer virtually any braille sign that is not currently displayed on our web site.
Our ADA Compliant Signs contain proper tactile graphics, grade 2 braille and are available in virtually any ADA compliant color combination, we can design your next braille sign project with standard or custom braille room signs and ADA signs. If you need braille or custom engraved signs not listed on this page, simply email us for an ADA braille sign quote request so we’re able to quote an individual braille sign or quote ADA braille signs for your next project or entire building.