ADA Braille Signs

The ADA requires that buildings that are accessible to the public use ADA braille signage. There are some exceptions, such as temporary signs, directories and company logos, but most signs such as room identification and bathroom signs need to have braille.

Our ADA braille signs are fully compliant and constructed of 1/8" thick acrylic. They have 1/32" raised tactile lettering and Grade II Braille to meet ADA requirements. Each sign is ready for quick installation with double-faced foam tape on the back, just peel and stick. If you need more information about the specific height and placement requirements, click the link below.

We also make Custom Braille Signs

See our Ada Braille Mounting Instructions