Clear Lexel Adhesive Caulk - 5 Ounce Tube - For Mounting ADA Signs
Wholesale Priced Custom Length Right-Angle Sign Mounting Brackets
Tactile Bond & Seal Adhesive for Surface Mounted Truncated Domes Tiles
A Note on LEED and Low VOC Paints and how they affect sign mounting Paints that are low in Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are now the most commonly available wall paint. These newer paint formulations have been developed to meet laws intended to help protect our environment. However, these new paint formulations have reduced how well adhesives used to mount signs and other objects to painted walls and doors will adhere. The new low-VOC paint formulations vary a great deal, so much that one sign mounting adhesive may adhere satisfactorily to one paint, but very poorly to another. One of our contractor friends with many years of experience mounting signs offers this direct and undeniably useful advice, "When in doubt, screw it!"
Anchoring ADA signs to walls and doors with hardware solves any LEED/VOC paint problems, as well as preventing sign tampering. And here in California, mounting our signs with hardware keeps them in place during those pesky earthquakes.