Truncated Dome Product Blog

yellow surface applied warning tiles

If you’re looking to improve your public access system, look no further than the most recent guidelines. The Americans with Disabilities Act, which became a law in 1990, covers everything from workplace discrimination to web usability, to the accessibility of public access points. Titles II and III, which were originally published in 1991, are collectively […]

curved detectable warning tiles on sidewalk.

When you need a way to increase accessibility and safety for visually impaired pedestrians, tactile paving is your solution. This system allows a pedestrian to detect a distinctive pattern underfoot, providing a warning of approaching hazards. These ADA-compliant tiles are available in a number of different types. Where Can ADA Tiles Be Found? The ADA […]


People are on the go daily. Many often rely on public transportation services like trains, subways, and buses. Getting around can be more difficult if you have some sort of travel-limiting disability and have to rely upon some type of medical device for assistance. Travel-limiting disabilities require the use of walkers, wheelchairs, crutches, seeing-eye dogs, […]

Different Types of ADA Tiles

There are several different types of ADA tiles you can use in various locations that provide specific functions and purposes. Each of these tiles complies with current ADA requirements relating to the overall size of the tiles and the spacing between the truncated domes. Please note: It is the responsibility of the installer to ensure […]

stop do not enter sign

The Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, protects employees with legally recognized disabilities from being discriminated against. It requires the places they work in, use, and patronize to accommodate them by providing amenities and access. Violations of the act can lead to a number of negative consequences. Who Enforces ADA Regulations and Why? The United […]