Unit IDs

ADA signs are required by law, being ugly is not. Handicapped signage became law through the Americans with Disabilities Act and is commonly referred to as ada signs. It covers directional signage, handicap parking signage, wayfinding signage and more. When you have real-estate that you put huge amounts of time and money into, the last think you want are ugly signs. With a little imagination, the legal requirements can be met at the same time the property appearance improved. What do you think? Plain ADA signs to do the minimum to comply or something a little more playful, colorful, and attractive?

Use a shape to make the unit ID more interesting
use of laminates and making the door bell a parent IDt of the u

There are several ways to make your property stand out.  Use shapes, not the tried-and-true rectangle.  A router can cut nearly any shape. Pick something that carries the theme of the property

Using a fade and color to make the Unit ID interesting

Use different materials. While a certain contrast and level of reflectivity are required by law, the materials can be creative and interesting

There are a lot of other ways for improve the signage. By doing so, you also increase the appeal and desirability of the property. That easily reflects in lower vacancies, and higher rents.  In turn raises the cash flow and value of the property. Here are several related posts:

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  6. Handicapped signage: know Braille?
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  8. Handicapped signage – retail build out? 
  9. Handicapped Signage Need Not be Ugly! 
  10. Handicapped Signage Multifamily housing

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Contact us today at Signs for San Diego for ways to take the drab, dull mundane out of your property and get unique, custom designs for your ADA compliance requirements

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I, Frank Murch was born in Honolulu. Dad was an Army Captain. After his separation he drove my 2-year-old self and Mom to Colorado. After starting Kindergarten and terrorizing my parents, brother and sister for 20 years, I graduated both Kindergarten and the University of Colorado. I worked at Coors Porcelain for a time and then a series of high-tech companies in California, Pennsylvania, New York, and Tokyo. Along the way I gathered letters to drag behind my name MSEng, MBA.  30 years later I started Signs for San Diego. Signs for San Diego is a manufacturing company. Much more about building signs than other Sign Companies; it comes from my background. Technical Capability is a focus. We are a wholesale source for the industry. We want to make the best sign possible. It is in my DNA. Applying 30 years of manufacturing experience and 10 years of entrepreneurial experience make us the best sign company around. I also am of the HP management culture, Inclusion, respect and treating people as adults makes Signs for San Diego a happy place to work. We are looking for customers that match our culture, happy, better quality, and better than what is generally available