What Are ADA Signs?

The American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law on July 26, 1990 by President Bush. This law guarantees equal opportunity to individuals with disabilities in many areas from employment to transportation to wayfinding & more. Signage, also commonly known as “wayfinding”, is just a portion of what this law entails. Compliant ADA Signs should have both tactile raised letters and also Grade II braille for those blind and with low vision. The law also states letter height, type of braille, color contrast, mounting location and more.

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At Bell Company, we have been manufacturing ADA Signs for over 20 years. We will help to ensure that your facility is ADA Compliant at both the federal and local level.

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Customer service is the key to our success at Bell Company. When you trust us with an order, you become part of the Bell family. You can count on us to support you from bidding your project to the completion, by delivering beautiful signs to both enhance the décor and provide…


Proper installation of ADA Signs is vital for the sight impaired and blind. We can direct you in the installation or put you in touch with someone who can provide this service for any client you have that is out of your area. We have a large network of signs…