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ADA Signs are the architectural signage required by the Americans With Disabilities Act.
There are a lot of requirements in this act. One of the many are the requirement for ADA Stairwell Signs. ADA Stairwell Signs guide people to the stairs and up or down to the exit floor. These can be plain in blue and white or they can be a lot more attractive. At Carlsbad Signs we make ADA signs. These are installed in the correct conveniently located places and are easy to read for both the reader with disabilities and the rest of us.
Buildings that have more than one floor need Staircase ADA signs. These need must be braille (tactile) signs and needs to be installed next to the doorway inside a stairwell. There need to also have signs showing the floor number, stair level and exit level. Each sign gives the landing number if the building has 3 stories or more.
During an emergency evacuation there is a need to quickly find the exit.
All stairwells look the same and this is particularly true under duress. The ADA signs in the stairwells are designed to quickly tell people to go up or down and which floor to exit.
These identify the floor you are on. In addition, they tell you if that floor is the exit floor.
They are mounted high and do not require tactile or braille. They are visual only. How do you know what floor is the exist floor? That floor sign, the floor where the exit is located has a star. When there are multiple staircases, not every staircase exit will be on the same floor
These are found on the latch side of the door leading to the stairs.
They identify the stairs and egress route. These are always between 48 and 60 inches from the floor. Braille and tactile are required for these signs. Where multiple stairwell exist, there are names, normally letters identifying the stairwell. There are also signs in the stairwell.
Located inside the stairwell on the latch side of the door it marks the door.
Only one door is the correct door for the exit. This exit level sign has a star. The star is only used on the floor with the exit. Stair Level Identification sign require raised characters with Braille. In some cases, there is an “area of refuge”, This will be marked as well
Do you have a building, an apartment complex, new construction, a hospital, and office building, or other multiple occupant facility that needs ADA signs?
Maybe you have ADA signs that are not fully compliant or are just ugly. Carlsbad Signs can help. Call for your FREE CONSULTATION today at 760-730-5118
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