Name Insert Signs
If you have a facility with rooms or offices specifically designated for individual employees, the name insert signs from Erie Custom Signs are exactly what you need. These signs—perfect for hospitals, office buildings, schools, and universities—can be designed to include the room number while leaving space to insert the name of the person who inhabits the room.
Benefits of ADA Name Insert Signs
Spaces that have been designated for specific employees must be marked with ADA-compliant signage. Installing ADA name insert signs helps ensure compliance so you can avoid costly fines and lawsuits.
Though it may seem like a minor improvement, adding such signs to your facility can go a long way toward creating a warm, welcoming, and inclusive environment for both visitors and staff with visual impairments.
ADA signs with name inserts make it clear that a room or office belongs to a particular employee. All visitors and staff members can identify these spaces more easily and determine whether they’re in the right place.
Having replaceable ADA name insert signs in your facility is an affordable option, as you won’t have to invest in brand-new signage every time there’s a change in staff. Instead, you can just swap out the name insert.
Why Choose Erie Custom Signs for ADA Name Insert Signs
If an update of your signage is long overdue, and you’re thinking about getting ADA name insert signs for your facility, you can rely on Erie Custom Signs. Our skilled team has the necessary equipment and knowledge to ensure the job is not only done correctly but also exceeds your expectations. In addition to having more than a decade of experience in ADA sign fabrication, we stay up to date on all ADA news and regulations. By working with us, you can look forward to receiving attractive, affordable, 100% compliant displays for your facility.
Best of all, placing a custom order means your signs will be designed according to your exact specifications. You can trust our team will go the extra mile to make sure the finished product fits your organization’s branding and your building’s aesthetic perfectly.
Ready to order custom, ADA-compliant name insert displays for your building? Just click the button below to request a quote!REQUEST A QUOTE
Our Customization Options Include…
Choose from a wide range of high-quality materials, including laminate, chemetal, acrylic, and more to fabricate your signs. Our team can help you select the best material for your sign project. Plus, we can use our in-house CNC router to make any shape desired.
The products you order can actually help improve your facility's branding efforts. We can customize signage and memory boxes by adding your unique logo, color scheme, and more.
Our use of Matthew Paint ensures that your new signs won't clash with existing décor. We're able to match colors from Pantone, Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, and others.
Ensure your ADA signs meet all guidelines for compliance, including those related to fonts and pictograms. Our team can recommend compliant fonts that are easy to read and pictograms that fit the function of the space they’re identifying.
COMPLIANT FONTS & PICTOGRAMS
What Characteristics Should an ADA-Compliant Name Insert Sign Have?
Raised letters and numbers: Based on ADA guidelines, name insert displays should have raised, tactile letters and numbers.
More specifically, tactile text should be raised by 1/32 inch. These raised characters must be at least 5/8 inches high but no higher than 2 inches.
Braille lettering: Per ADA guidelines, words and numbers should be accompanied by Grade 2 domed or rounded braille.
There are some specific braille dimensions that must also be met, including 1.5 mm to 1.6 mm dot base diameter and 0.6 mm to 0.9 mm dot height.
Sans serif font: According to the ADA, characters must be in a sans serif font such as Arial, Helvetica, Verdana, or Futura.
Characters should not be italic, oblique, script, highly decorative, or have any other unusual forms. Additionally, all characters must be in uppercase.
Finish and contrast: ADA name insert signs should have a non-glare finish. There must also be a high level of contrast (70% is recommended) between the characters and background.
This can be achieved using light characters on a dark background or vice versa.
Mounting specifications: For ADA name insert signs, tactile characters must be located between 48 and 60 inches above the finish floor or ground surface, measured from the baseline of the highest tactile character.
Clearance should allow anyone to approach within 3 inches.
Hear from Our Clients…
“I have been able to work with Erie Custom Signs on multiple projects now & I can truly say, without a doubt, that out of any vendor I have had the pleasure of working with, Erie is #1 on that list for the specific services available. Not only is the product quality top notch but the customer service is tremendous. They are always helpful, quick to respond, & very professional in what they do while also doing it in a positive & friendly manner which is why I will always be coming back to them in the future. I highly recommend this company to anyone & everyone looking for the services they provide!”
Creative Inc. | Lead Designer
“Erie Custom Signs is The Best Company to work with. They strive to design beautiful, unique signage for our communities and quick turn-around time, as well. Whatever we ask for — color, shape, price point — they are our go-to people, hands down. there is not another company we would put our trust in. Thanks again, Erie Custom Signs.
Comfort Care Senior Living | Office Manager
“We have been using Erie Custom Signs for our ADA signage needs since 2013. I can’t say enough about their entire team, everyone from sales, to the art department, to production. We have not sent them a design concept yet, where Erie said “we can’t do that”. Instead they find ways to get it done and make it happen, and within our budget. From pricing, the amzing turn around time, to the quality of the final product, you are not going to find a more professional, friendly and reliable source for your ADA signage needs, than the team at Erie.”
Woodgraphics | Partner