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We also offer Wood Signs and other office signage.
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We offer custom ADA signs for as low as $9.99 in volume.  Our Braille signs are affordable and we ship very quickly!   Our ADA compliant signs are manufactured in Fort Collins, Colorado.

You can send your list of sign requirements via email for a custom quote.  Most quotes are emailed back in one day or less.  Read more about our signs and ADA requirements below these picture categories.

ADA Signs Now manufactures all types of custom ADA signs in one to three days on most orders. Our signs meet the ADA requirements for all 50 states. The primary guidelines are that the tactile lettering must be a minimum of 5/8" tall to a maximum of 2" tall. Tactile letters must be in 70% contrast to the signs background color. Each letter must be raised 1/32" above the surface of the sign. Most Braille signs are made with a dark color sign and using white, ivory, or grey tactile letters. To be compliant, Braille must be engraved below the wording at the bottom of the sign. The engraved Braille must meet Braille 2 specifications as stated in the American Disability Act.

ADA is the abbreviation for American Disabilities Act. This act helps provide signs that allow blind individuals use in buildings. The ADA signs incorporate both tactile letters as well as Braille engraved at the bottom of each sign that can be touched and read by visually impaired people. Each sign should be placed 5 feet above the ground as a standard. Most government buildings, schools, libraries, and commercial buildings built should incorporate ADA signage.

Not all signs are required to be ADA compliant. Permanent signage must be compliant. Signs such as room numbers, restrooms, exit and stairwell signs must be compliant. Non permanent signs such as hours of operation or individual names.

ADA sign material is made of 1/16" industry standard plastic. There are many colors to choose from. We offer 9 back ground colors with the option of white, ivory, or grey tactile letters. Or the signs can be reversed to be white with colored letters. So long as the contrast is 70%, the Braille signs will meet the specifications. As an additional option, we offer clear ADA signs with white letters. These signs are designed to be painted on the back. By painting the back side of the clear sign, buildings can color match existing signs more exactly.

We also offer clear Braille strips. We can engrave whatever sign message required into the small clear strips. The clear Braille strip can be attached to the bottom of existing signage to allow the blind to read the Braille. This technique allows clients to use existing signs and retrofit them more cost effectively with Braille. You should always approve this method with your local building inspection authorities for approval.

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