The Americans with Disabilities Act affects most businesses, as well as churches, schools, and government offices.
For info on Texas ADA requirements - click on this link: TEXAS ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS (TAS)
Handicap pavement marking
Robert Liles Parking Lot Service has been furnishing compliance with ADA to his customers for 20 years.
We can spray a penetrating concrete stain onto existing ramps. They can be any color, as long as it contrasts with the surrounding pavement. Popular colors are tile red, blue, and white.
If you are in northeast Texas, you can contact Robert Liles for a free site survey. Here is our typical handicap symbol, 39 inches high in a four foot square box.
Traffic and handicap signs
Robert Liles Parking Lot Service has been furnishing signs and sign installation for 20 years.
The Texas Accessibility Standards require a vertical mounted sign for each accessible parking space. These must be mounted at least 60 inches above the pavement.
Typically installed signs at Handicapped Parking Spaces.
Contact Robert for a free site survey.