family restroom Signs
Do you need Family bathroom signage for your school or business? These high quality, durable signs are perfect for indicating the family-friendly restrooms
at your shopping center, restaurant, school, airport or medical facility.
We are your ADA Compliant sign experts. Let us help you get exactly what you need!
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At Alpha Dog ADA Signs, all of our Family Restroom Signs
are 100% ADA Compliant
meeting both Federal and California ADA requirements. And, we always make our tactile Braille sign from UV stable
, lightweight materials suitable for both indoor & outdoor locations. Plus, you can choose between 20 Rowmark Colors
, select your base thickness, mounting option and corner style. In addition, with bulk discounts up to 20% off
, you’ll be able to find the signs you want at a great price.
Not to mention, you get FREE shipping on any order Over $45
Did you Know?
When the Federal Government adopted their regulations into law, California made the decision to adopt the Federal ADA signage laws, as well as keep their original signage laws. The code body in California briefly considered eliminating the requirement for the geometric signs. After all, the wall sign now required by the federal guidelines offered the same information in both visual and tactile format. Why have two signs?
The disability community responded with anger. They wanted their circles and triangles! They were used to them, they were unique to California, and they spoke of California’s proud history of pioneer effort in the field of disabled access. The signs stayed, and that’s how California came to require multiple signs for each restroom. That is why you need the Ca Title 24 Restroom Door Sign and a Wall-Mounting sign that includes braille and tactile!
The California-mandated restroom signs feature two geometric tactile symbols without braille, text, or pictograms—blank signs that California residents learned to identify by sight and feel. These remained in use after the ADA was adopted in 1990, with the state choosing to add the new ADA-standard signage rather than replacing its existing signage requirements.
We know this can be confusing, but we deal with this every day to make sure our customers get the proper ADA Compliant signage needed to pass their final inspections to receive their Certificate of Occupancy.
Let us help you get your 100% Compliant ADA signs FAST and easy!