ADA NameplatesMost commonly required in the architectural and construction industries, ADA signs have very specific requirements that require a high attention to detail. The experienced team at SIGNARAMA has years of experience working with architects and construction project managers on every type of ADA sign imaginable in Detroit.

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 was developed by the United States Congress and was signed into law on July 26th 1990. The entire premise of the Americans with Disabilities Act is to ensure that all Americans have the ability to operate normally in society. This includes many types of signs you have grown used to seeing every day, such as handicapped parking signs, wheelchair accessible entrances, high-visibility ADA compliant directional way-finding signs and braille room plaques.

SIGNARAMA has been working on sign packages for architects and builders, integrating ADA signs for years and years. We take great pride in being a strong resource in the Metro Detroit community for ADA signs.

A Few Rules To Making A Sign ADA Compliant

  • There must be a strong contrast from the background color to the text color
  • All signs must have an “easy to read” typeface
  • The sign material must be produced with a non-glare material
  • The baseline of your text must be installed from 48″ minimum to 60″ maximum adjacent to your room door
  • The raised Braille beads must align directly below the text they reference