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ADA Compliance Consultation

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which went into effect on January 26, 1992 ensures that those with special needs have access to public places. ADA Regulations require that signs designating permanent rooms and spaces have raised lettering and braille and be installed according to ADA specifications.

Directional, informational and overhead signs do not need raised characters or braille but also must be installed according to ADA guidelines.

Temporary Signage such as building directories, menu boards and all other signs which provide temporary information are not required to comply with the ADA guidelines.

We’ve studied the law and have determined that, in certain instances, signs alone can bring you closer to compliance. Other times the law may require modifications to your facility.