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Passed in 1990, the “Americans with Disabilities Act” prohibits discrimination based on disability. It has inspired a subsequent federal law and a plethora of state laws and municipal regulations. ADA laws mean certain signs must be readable everybody.
There are over 43,000 people living in Idaho who have a visual disability. As Idaho’s largest city, Fruitland has many of those 43,000 and you can’t serve those potential customers without ADA signs. Furthermore, a lack of ADA signs could leave you vulnerable to hefty fines.
Font sizes need to be large and color patterns need to be designed such that they are not difficult to read by people with vision problems. Placement is also important, both in terms of sightlines and in terms of being able to read any braille on the sign.
ADA laws don’t just exist at the federal level. There are Idaho state laws and even municipal regulations in Fruitland that affect the ADA requirements of different businesses and institutions. That’s why it’s best to work with a local professional sign company in Fruitland who knows or can easily research all the necessary information to ensure that all your signs are ADA compliant.
At 208 Custom Sign and Graphics Co., we know ADA signs. We can design, manufacture, and even install the perfect ADA sign for your business in Fruitland. Please contact us to learn more.