Since the bill went into effect starting March, in February we were removing and replacing many restroom signs at several businesses. We made and installed unisex restroom signs with wheelchair access, and regular unisex restroom signs. You’ll notice that restroom signs are always in pairs. One for the top center of the door and another for next to the side of the door that opens. Both signs have raised images, text, and Braille. The placement of these signs is very particular so our installer carefully measures before installing each individual sign.
These were just standard restroom signs that have white images/text on a blue background. This is the default color scheme that people go with, but if those colors and material type don’t suit the rest of your interior signage or your interior decor, you can come to a custom sign company like us to make ADA compliant ADA signs that look good with the theme of your office or business.
Many businesses who are designing their office from the ground up with will work an architect or a designer that designs very specific signage with specific materials. We take those designs and make high-quality signs that are up to code and look great.
Aside from restroom signs, we also made room identification signs or evacuation map signs that are ADA compliant. You can check out examples of different Braille ADA signs and other ADA signs that we’ve made in the past on our website. If you already have a design in mind for some interior signage you need that needs to be ADA compliant, you can request a quote here. We are more than happy to work with you on the sign design to create ADA complaint signs that look exactly the way you want.