Identify accessible environments for the disabled with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant signs and graphics from Albuquerque Sign Print. These signs help you meet federal ADA requirements by marking wheelchair accessible building entrances, rooms within buildings, and parking spaces that are van accessible. Let us help you bring your facility into compliance with our:
The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1992 by the U.S. Government with the intent of facilitating access and navigation in public places for people who are visually or physically impaired. In the process, the ADA set forth a set of guidelines for creating signage that would become the requirement for all tactile signs (those that require Braille and raised characters), particularly those located at doorways. The ADA recognizes the fact that people with little or no vision at all look to the doorway for a cue that there are tactile directional signs. In short, the American with Disabilities Act created a standard for properly labeling areas vision-impaired people are about to enter.