Braille Signs

When do ADA Signs need Braille?

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A common question customers ask us is whether or not their ADA Signs need Braille... not all of them do! To Braille, or not to Braille The intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act is to make sure people with disabilities have access to public places. Approximately 2.5 million Americans are legally blind, and there are millions more...

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Alpha Dog

Why “Alpha Dog” ADA Signs?

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We are often asked, “Why the name ‘ALPHA DOG ADA SIGNS’?” ALPHA DOG: n. A respected, dominant dog. Every pack has a leader, known as the alpha animal, who dominates and leads the other members of the pack. Alpha Dog ADA Signs is proud to serve customers across the U.S. and have built some great long-term relationships with folks...

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ADA Bathroom Signs, Where do they go?

ADA Bathroom Sign Height, Where Do They Go?

Featured Image ADA Restroom Signs Height includes Ca Title 24 Door Signs and Wall-Mounted Restroom Sign
Federal ADA Sign Requirements: ADA Restroom Signs are required to help those with visual impairments locate the correct restroom. An ADA Sign not only needs Braille and tactile text, but they also need to be mounted in a specific location to be compliant. If you're in California, there is also a restroom door sign...

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