ADA signs are required to meet building codes. For example, the ADA sign as seen in the photo is one that we recently installed at Buffini & Company, located in Carlsbad, CA. They remodeled a new office space to move into, and all the ADA signage needed to be updated.
All business owners are required by law that proper signage is installed in order to meet building codes. This includes all necessary ADA signs — from signs for restrooms, handicap areas, Braille, and more. ADA signs can range in price, depending upon materials used — low-cost plastics adhered with double-stick tape, to customized signs using metals, bronze, etched glass to a combination of materials. Some businesses like to have their signage reflect their branding, and use higher quality materials. It all depends on what kind of business, and which solution works that is effective, durable and affordable.