ADA Sign Installation Guide

Struggling with ADA sign installation? Harper Laine can help! We understand that mounting ADA signs can be challenging, especially if it’s your first attempt. There are specific guidelines to follow, like placing displays at the right height and ensuring clear floor space. It can be overwhelming to navigate these rules on your own, leaving you worried about making a costly mistake.

We get it. The last thing you want is for your business to face financial repercussions due to noncompliance.

Stop stressing about whether your signage meets ADA standards. Download the Guide to Mounting Your ADA-Compliant Signs and discover exactly what you need to do!

Feel Confident with Harper Laine’s Expertise

At Harper Laine, we know ADA compliance inside and out. Our team is well-versed in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and specific state sign guidelines. We stay updated on the latest regulation changes and apply this knowledge when fabricating ADA signs for our clients.

We want to ensure you understand all aspects of ADA compliance, especially once you have our signs and are ready to hang them in your building. That’s why we created this guide—to provide you with step-by-step instructions for mounting your ADA-compliant signs.

What You’ll Find in the Guide

This comprehensive yet easy-to-follow guide covers all the basics and special rules for mounting ADA-compliant signage in your building. Once you understand exactly what to do, installing ADA signs becomes much easier.

By downloading this FREE guide, you’ll receive:

  • A brief explanation of why proper ADA sign installation is important
  • A quick-start checklist for hanging ADA signs
  • A summary of the tools you’ll need
  • Specific requirements for door signs
  • And more!

Most importantly, you’ll gain peace of mind knowing how to mount your new signage correctly, promoting a safe and accessible environment for everyone who visits your building.

Download the Guide to Mounting Your ADA-Compliant Signs now and ensure your signage is up to code!

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