San Diego, CA, September 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- ADA Sign Depot announced their policy of accepting purchase orders from public schools as well as other local, state, and federal government agencies for any ADA signs and products available through its online store, ADASignDepot.com.
“Over the years we’ve provided indoor ADA and state compliant signs to schools for bathrooms, exits, stairs and room identification,” said David Boyne, sales manager at ADA Sign Depot, San Diego. “Unlike our business customers, our customers in education do not always have credit cards or Pay Pal accounts for making online or phone purchases. Many schools can be small and in rural areas. By accepting purchase orders from all public schools, regardless of size, our goal is to make it easier for school administrators to bring their buildings and facilities into compliance with accessibility laws.”
Drawing on its experience in supplying ADA compliant Braille signage to California K-12 public schools, colleges and universities, ADA Sign Depot continually expands the products it offers. “Working with schools and small towns across the United States, especially those in harder to serve rural areas, we learned which products were needed. That’s why we now offer handicap parking signs that meet each state’s regulations, as well as the federal regulations. It’s also why we developed a line of hand-held paddles signs for school crossing guards, including a smaller, lighter weight 12-inch two-sided STOP sign paddle that is easier for adult volunteers and school children, as well as professionals, to use.” Boyne explained.
The ADASignDepot.com website has always been open to the public. Anyone, from individuals to corporations, from contractors to property managers and school principals, can access the more than 750 Braille and other ADA signs and products available for immediate purchase. “We don’t have a minimum purchase,” Boyne said. “If you’re a small business owner and all you need is one Braille exit sign to pass your final inspection and be open for business, we can ship that one sign to you today.”
By accepting purchase orders from schools, municipalities, and government agencies, Boyne explains, “It’s a natural progression. We want to make it as easy for small schools and rural towns as it is for larger urban schools and city governments to get the high quality ADA signs they need for their buildings, classrooms, sports facilities, crossing guard programs and parking lots.”
“Our goal is to be a one-stop resource for everything from Braille exit signs, to school lavatory signs, to parking signs and custom ADA room number signs. Now it’s easy for any school principal, administrator or teacher can make a direct purchase on our website using their school’s purchase order.”
A Reputation for Consistent Excellence
ADA compliant signs and products available for direct purchase on the ADA Sign Depot website include custom Braille signs, handicap parking signs, and bathroom, locker room and shower signs, as well as the new hand-held STOP sign paddles.
“We sell a lot of ADA signage to contractors, small businesses, and property managers,” Boyne said. “But we have found public schools to be an under-served community. By accepting school purchase orders in addition to credit card, Pay Pal and mailed checks for payment, we are working to make it easier for schools to be ADA compliant. By listening to our customers, we learned that in addition to the many standard ADA Braille signs they needed for their school facilities, such as exit and entrance signs, or stairwell and restroom signs, we could also help by providing schools with the handicap parking signs and the STOP paddle signs and the custom Braille room name signs they need.”
“Every school is unique,” Boyne said. “That’s why we make a lot of custom signs, whether tactile Braille signs for classrooms, or custom reflective aluminum signs that will last ten years outdoors. We develop new products for schools by listening to our customers. When we make a custom sign that solves a problem for one school, helps them pass an inspection or make their building more accessible for students and visitors, there’s a good chance our other customers could benefit from us having that sign or product in our inventory.”
ADA Compliant Sign Availability
Individuals, contractors, companies, schools and other government agencies can access ADA Sign Depot’s secure online store 24/7 at: http://ADASignDepot.com.
ADA Sign Depot offers a wide range of ADA signs and related products, including ADA and Title 24 compliant Restroom signs, Exit and Entrance signs, custom made ADA Braille signs in a wide variety of materials, truncated domes, and disabled parking signage.