ADA Braille Signs

More Info - ADA Braille Signs

​In 1990, the American government declared failing to provide the mentally or physically disabled with sufficient access to be discriminatory and illegal. This measure came in the form of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). One of the standards required by the ADA is Braille lettering to accompany signage. As you can imagine, complying with the government is a high priority for businesses. Compliance is difficult, though, with so many signs designed for so many different purposes. So the question is - which signs are legally required to have Braille? An ADA-compliant sign is required in all public accommodations and commercial facilities including public libraries, hotels, restaurants and schools, but it’s also required in workplaces and businesses that are patronized by the public. ]When agencies like the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) provide guidance on necessary signs, those signs should also be ADA compliant, in order to serve the widest possible audience in a public space or commercial facility.

Braille Signs supplied by Insignia Signs come in various colors, sizes and styles to meet the needs of your business. Custom braille signs are ordinarily made of plastic, weatherproof acrylic, or metal and installed with either screws (in pre-drilled holes) or industrial strength double sided tape. Insignia Signs can conduct a site survey and evaluate your signage for compliance to your local ordinances. Our braille sign solutions are as simple as replacing or adding to your existing braille signage or can be very wide-sweeping and comprehensive if necessary. 

Insignia Signs manufactures custom-made signs using only the highest quality materials, providing our customers with fast turnaround and competitive pricing. We design signs for you or work with your supplied artwork while always ensuring your submissions meet ADA specifications. Insignia Signs can help you stay consistent with all regulations while helping your sign STAND OUT