does your company signage meet ada compliant code?
Beginning in the 1990’s, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed into law to help those who live with physical and mental impairments and disabilities. Most people know that this applies to public buildings, but did you know that it applies to businesses as well?
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Revised ADA Regulations Title III states that businesses generally open to the public, such as restaurants, movie theaters, schools, day cares, recreation facilities, medical offices and newly constructed or altered places of public accommodation—as well as commercial facilities, such as: privately owned, nonresidential facilities, factories, warehouses, and office buildings MUST comply with the ADA Standards. (www.ada.gov)
If you’re not yet ADA compliant or maybe you’re a little unsure, we can help you get up to code and avoid ADA non-compliance fines that run $55,000-$75,000 for the first violation, alone. Give us a call to schedule a free survey with us at Pinnacle Signs & Graphics and we’ll send our knowledgeable staff to make sure you’re ADA compliant, plus we’ll answer any other questions or concerns that you may have.
What kind of signage do you need?
Common ADA/Braille signs include: room signs, office signs, way-finding signs, restroom and handicap accessible signs, etc. When you order ADA/Way-finding/Braille signage from us at PS&G, we are dedicated to providing you with attractive, custom, high-quality signs for rooms, offices, buildings, and various ADA/braille sign needs to make sure that you are compliant with federal ADA laws. Our designers focus on ADA signage and creative design using some of the latest graphic and engraving technology which can be integrated beautifully into your existing space. In-house production allows us to deliver high quality custom signage at fair prices and within tighter deadlines than most competitors.
Give us a call and let our experienced team aid you with the design and production of your next ADA and way-finding sign project!