The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 12 million people over the age of 40 in the U.S. have some form of visual impairment. At Vital Sign Solutions, we understand the importance of ADA signs and assist customers with disabilities to navigate your premises safely and easily.
ADA compliant signs have to adhere to the guidelines mentioned in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design. If you are looking for signage solutions with tactile characters, visual characters, and braille, and all types of Indoor /Outdoor signage we are the team for you. Our sign makers are always there to cater to your requirements and comply with the set regulations.
Vital Sign Solutions is a reliable sign manufacturer, supplier, and installer of attractive ADA signs that fulfill all legal requirements and complement your brand.
Call Vital Sign Solutions today at 346-307-7557 for your free consultation!
The sign makers at Vital Sign Solutions produce high-quality, ADA-compliant indoor signs, including wayfinding signs, room identification signs, and more. Complying with the standards set out in the Americans with Disabilities Act, these signs help visually impaired customers navigate your facility safely.
Since millions of Americans have some form of visual impairment, your facility must be able to welcome them equally. High contrast, high visibility signs with excellent readability will help you achieve that. We offer various materials, fonts, colors, and design elements to ensure your signs and graphics reflect a cohesive brand identity.
In some states, if a business is not fulfilling accessibility requirements, it is considered a violation of civil rights and can result in thousands of dollars in fines. In some industries, non-compliant business signs can lead to failed inspections, and businesses are refused a certificate of occupancy.
At Vital Sign Solutions, we know all the legal requirements, and our legally compliant business signage can protect clients. We provide all types of ADA signs, including safety signs, wayfinding signs, branding signs, and more.
The ADA Standards for Accessible Design covers many details like design, size, font usage, tactile copy, character size, location, color contrast, mounting height, and more. As one of the leading sign makers in Houston, we consider all these requirements and produce spectacular signs for our clients. Our expertise in the ADA sign-making industry allows us to deliver ADA signage that complies with the government’s highly specific standards.
The signage experts at Vital Sign Solutions work with you at every stage of the sign-making process. Instead of just producing standard ADA signs for your business, we can guide you to choose the best materials and keep you informed about design, production, placement, and installation.
We understand the complexities of producing high-quality ADA signs and the kind of impact they can have on a business. We want to build a long-term partnership and take your visual communication to the next level.
Call Vital Sign Solutions today at 346-307-7557 to claim your free ADA signs consultation!
ADA signs are signs that are mandated by the Federal Government and stands for the Americans With Disabilities Act or “ADA”. These signs should be conveniently located and easy to read both visually and through physical touch.
For an ADA sign to be compliant it should have, no glare, high contrast between characters and their background, high legibility, appropriate size of letters, appropriate placement of signs.
According to ADA Standards for Accessible Designs (1994), signs with braille and raised characters are required for signs designating permanent rooms and spaces.
Your sign font should not be in italics or any form of script. It shouldn’t be oblique, highly decorative, or in any other unusual form. The idea is for it to be as easy to read as possible.All ADA font should be sans serif. Additionally, sizing, stroke and colors are requirements as well.
Grade 2 Braille is required for text on tactile signs. Braille should be in lowercase with exceptions being proper names, letters as part of a room number, acronyms, the first word of sentences, or initials. Check your state laws for specific requirements.