Passed in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination based on disability. The initial ADA has inspired subsequent federal, state, and local laws. ADA laws dictate that business need ADA signs.
Uses of ADA Signs
People who live with visual disabilities need to get around like anybody else. ADA signs help them do that.
Types of ADA Signs
ADA signs need to have font big enough that people with poor vision can read it. ADA signs must also be placed in highly visible areas, must not use fonts or color schemes that make them hard to read, and should also include braille.
Why Choose Us for ADA Signs
There are over a million blind Americans, according to the National Institutes of Health. In total, there are between three and four million Americans who live with visual impairments of some kind. In Texas, the National Federation of the Blind estimates there are over 700,000 who are visually impaired so think of how much business you’ll lose in The Woodlands if you don’t have ADA signs.
Benefits of Choosing Us for ADA Signs
You don’t install ADA signs just to help the visually impaired; you do it to avoid receiving heavy fines for not following ADA laws. Because every state and municipality can have different ADA regulations, it’s best to work with a local sign studio in The Woodlands who can let you know just what ADA signs you need. To learn more, please contact us.
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