Custom ADA Signs for Room Identification from ADA Sign Depot
Carrying up to five characters/spaces, this 5" wide by 3" ADA compliant custom room number sign
can be used to identify rooms in hotels and motels, offices, schools and other places of public access.Teni L.,
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(Custom ADA Signs)Quantity Discounts for Room Number ADA Signs with Braille
3 = $33.95/each
5 = $31.95/each
10 = $29.95/eachChoose one of our standard colors: Blue, Black, Red or Brown. Or you can order our ADA Compliant Custom Room Number Signs in custom colors: Click the "View Color Chart" button below. Choose the text color and the background color that you want. Add the names in the window beside "Enter Custom Color Names". Then click the orange "Add To Cart" button.
Most of us are aware of ADA signs being required to mark bathrooms, and to inform us of which gender (male, female, or unisex) the room is for, and if it is accessible to people using wheelchairs. But did you know that every permanent room is required to have an ADA compliant identification sign
? Think of it the next time you check into a hotel, or visit an office building. You may then notice that each room has a small sign indicating it's purpose. The most common ADA room sign is a room number sign
that has tactile (slightly raised to the touch) numbers and/or letters, and Braille that reflects the sign's tactile message.
Our 5x3 ADA Compliant Custom Room Number Signs with Grade 2 Braille and Tactile Text
can be used to alpha-numerically identify rooms. This 5x3 size fits up to 5 alpha or numeric characters (including spaces).
- ADA compliant non-glare matte finish
- ADA compliant font and tactile (1/32 inch raised) letters and/or numbers
- ADA compliant 5x3 size and letter height for up to 5 characters
- ADA compliant California domed Grade 2 Braille
- Our high-quality yet economically priced Rowmark plastic Custom ADA Signs are guaranteed to pass inspections performed by California Certified Access Specialists--or your money back.
What rooms are legally required to have ADA signs?
The short answer : All permanent rooms and spaces are required to have ADA Signs.
The ADA applies to signs that provide designations, labels, or names for interior rooms or spaces where the sign is not likely to change over time. Examples include interior signs labeling restrooms, room number signs, floor numbers or letters, and room name signs. Tactile text descriptors are required for pictograms that are provided to label or identify a permanent room or space. The key thing to remember: It it's a room that is not likely to change, you are required to have an ADA sign identifying it. Most rooms fall under this designation. Restrooms, vending areas, closets, etc. tend not to change function often and are required to have ADA signs. Consider this: Even if an ADA sign is not required, it's still a good idea. Properly identifying the rooms in our buildings makes them accessible to everybody. It’s the right thing to do, and the difference in cost to identify a room with an ADA compliant sign versus a non-compliant sign is slight.