Do you have a special design in mind for your business? At Erie Custom Signs, we have the fabrication services needed to get the job done. Some of our equipment includes a Photopolymer Processor, KOBO TC-851 Hot Stamp, Accucuter 3001 Shear, Raster Braille Engravers, Lasers, Laminators, and more. We have made it a priority to invest in the most state-of-the-art fabrication equipment available to meet the quality and creativity needs of our clients.
Do you need custom ADA signs? Erie Custom Signs has a wide variety of designs and material options for you to choose from. Custom designs based on your specifications are also available. Add your own logo, choose your material, and pick your favorite colors, or send us a design that you already have in mind, and we’ll gladly create a custom sign for you.
Are you a sign shop or large facility? Erie Custom Signs also provides wholesale ADA signs. You can benefit from better deals through our wholesale pricing system while still receiving the quality craftsmanship we create at Erie Custom Signs.
In addition to providing quality ADA signs, Erie Custom Signs is focused on providing quality service. Our graphics department will work with you to deliver proofs and custom samples while maintaining fast turnaround times.
Erie Custom Signs began in 1962 as Erie Marking Tool, which specialized in industrial tags. In November 2009, Mike and Lisa Shabluk purchased the company and renamed it Erie Custom Signs. They hired one part-time employee and together they produced their first Braille sign in March 2010. After six years and many changes in equipment, software, and buildings, Erie Custom Signs now has twelve full-time employees; a sales department, art department, finishing department, and shipping and receiving department. All departments collaborate to provide the best customer service and support possible.
What does ADA Compliant mean?
For those of you that are not aware of ADA sign requirements, you should know that signs in public buildings and areas that are accessible to the general public, must meet federal ADA requirements. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 addresses the needs of people with disabilities, prohibits discrimination in employment, public services, public accommodations, and telecommunications. For signage, ADA requires that permanent rooms have raised text, sans serif fonts, and Grade 2 Braille.
Erie Custom Signs meets or exceeds all ADA guidelines. We guarantee our signs to be ADA compliant.
If you want to learn more about ADA compliance, click on this link: ADA Accessibility Guidelines