Denton Custom ADA Restroom Signs
What are ADA Restroom Signs?
Passed in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act is a federal law which prohibits discrimination based on disability. The initial ADA has inspired subsequent federal, state, and local laws. ADA laws dictate that businesses in Denton and elsewhere in Texas need their restroom signs to be ADA compliant.
Uses of ADA Restroom Signs
Everybody needs to use the restroom, even people with visual disabilities. ADA restroom signs can be read by anybody regardless of the quality of their vision.
Types of ADA Restroom Signs
ADA restroom signs have large text and graphics (e.g., a drawing of a man or woman) that can be seen by people with poor vision. ADA restroom signs avoid certain color combinations and should have braille so they can be read by people with no division.
Why Choose us for ADA Restroom Signs in Denton, TX
The National Federation of the Blind estimates there are over 700,000 people in Texas who are visually impaired, and because the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is the largest metropolitan statistical area in the state, many of those people live in or visit Denton. Without ADA restroom signs, you cannot properly serve them. Furthermore, not having ADA restroom signs could leave you vulnerable to being penalized with hefty fines.
Benefits of Choosing us for ADA Restroom Signs in Denton, TX
The sign experts at Image Signs of McKinney know all the federal, Texas State, Denton, and municipal laws and regulations that affect signage. We can ensure your restroom signs are ADA complaint. Please contact us to learn more.