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Warning textile for the disabled from a train station

Cast-in-Place tactile panels from ADA Solutions are extremely durable and reliable. They’re made of a homogenous glass, carbon, and fiberglass reinforced composite material that holds up in many environments, in a range of conditions. Using detectable warning products helps your business or facility comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and California Title 24 […]

Wheelchair lift with stairs Disability elevator Indoor Public building

If you are a business owner, it’s important to be compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for accessible design. Since being introduced in 1990, the guidelines have changed over the years. There are many requirements. One of which is to include tactile warning surfaces on sidewalks, curbs, and ramps to help people who […]

cropped panoramic view of man using wheelchair with bag on street with sunlight

We use wayfinding solutions every day. You might not even think about it, but navigating any facility would be much more difficult without signs, maps, or directories. In fact, just about any business can benefit from innovative wayfinding solutions, not to mention the perks these provide for individuals with disabilities. Importance of Wayfinding Directional signage […]

Pedestrian walking on tactile paving on footpath

Detectable warning surfaces are one of many requirements set by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). They help people with visual impairments identify transitions between sidewalks and roadways, the tops and bottoms of ramps, and the edges of transit platforms. The ADA sets guidelines on detectable warning surface colors, the size of warning tiles, and […]

yellow detectable warning tiles

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law in 1990 to expand opportunities for individuals with disabilities, prevent discrimination, and improve safety. In addition, it set requirements for detectable warning systems. The criteria for these was revised with the ADA 2010 Standards for Accessible Design. To be compliant, you must factor in the […]