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blurred movement disabled on a city street

ADA tiles are part of a sidewalk or entry system that will help your business comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. ADA requirements for surfaces are detailed and complex, but installing approved tiles as required will help protect your visitors from injury and your business from a lawsuit or fines for noncompliance. Let’s discuss […]

Woman on Wheelchair

There are different types of disabilities that can affect how well one is able to get through his or her day. To ease one’s day to day activities, various accessories are available that can make life a little less challenging. These accessories are designed to address challenges such as: Cooking Lifting Grabbing Walking Climbing Sitting […]

Empty Road at Night Lit by Neon Light

A photoluminescent detectable warning surface system is a walking surface that essentially glows in the dark. This type of system can be found used in buildings; on airplanes, rail, and subway stations; and in other areas where there can be a high volume of pedestrian traffic. During the day or under normal lighting, the photoluminescent […]

Yellow Tactile Paving For The Blind Handicap

If you do any type of walking or use public transportation to commute to and from work, you have probably noticed those raised truncated domes on the ground at intersections, rail platforms, and even near bus stops. While we might not give them much thought, they do serve a valuable purpose for everyone. These tiles […]