ADA or Code Compliant Signs

As you may know, sign codes evolve as with any other industry. And any commercial or public building needs to meet the updated requirements. Meeting the requirements for tactile and braille does not mean that you are locked into to any particular color or design. We can still design ADA-compliant signs that are unique to each project. Signs Unlimited has …

ADA or Code Signs – Custom

As many construction companies know, you cannot get an occupancy permit and move in until you have proper ADA signs installed in accordance with the Fire Marshall requirements. The ADA regulations evolve regularly. And you must keep up with them. That’s where a trusted source such as Signs Unlimited comes in. Here is an example of some of the ADA …

Custom Restroom Signs – Foothill College

Most of us are used to seeing restroom signs that are either blue and white or black and white. But many organizations require very custom colors and content within the ADA code guidelines. As long as you meet the Tactile and Braille requirements, there are many color options to choose from. Here are a few pictures of the custom restroom …

Dinah’s Hotel Palo Alto – New Signs, New Look

Dinah’s quaint hotel in Palo Alto has been around for decades. A year ago they started to look at refreshing their logo, signs, and graphics with a design firm. Once they got further along, the design firm approached three sign companies to create proposals based on their new designs. The three firms were also interviewed by the hotel management. Signs …

ADA and Code Signs – Why do you need them?

Any building manager or contractor who has ever been involved in new building construction or a renovation project knows this or has learned it the hard way. You cannot get an occupancy permit unless certain ADA/code signs have been installed at specific locations within the building.  This is true for any public, commercial, or industrial building.  You may be able …