For one reason or another, many individuals who are legally required to install tactile warning systems on their property have yet to do so. Others might like to install some truncated domes, but are not required to do so may not be aware of how easy and cost-effective these discrete devices are to install. If you are trying to determine whether you should order have truncated domes installed on your property, see if you identify with any of the following statements:
You are operating a transit center: Regardless of whether you are running a bus station, a train station, or an airport, you will need some truncated domes and other tactile warning systems on your property. These signal tiles must be placed on all curb ramps, hazardous vehicle ways, and transit platform edges.
You have a reflecting pool on your property: According to the ADA Accessibility Guidelines, the edges of reflecting pools must be protected by walls, railings, curbs, or tactile warning systems to alert visually impaired persons and help guide them away from the water. If there is a reflecting pool of any sort on your property, chances are that you are required by law to mark its presence with tactile warning systems.
You want to make your property as accessible as possible: Are you looking to make your business and its surrounding area more accessible to the visually impaired? If so, you may want to install a truncated domes where necessary and ADA signage, even if you are not required to do so. Adopting these measures can be good for your business’s reputation and increase your client base and profits.
Are you looking to install or replace your property’s tactile warning systems? If so, call ADA Solutions, Inc. at (800) 372-0519 to find out more about our ADA-compliant truncated domes and when they might be legally required or otherwise helpful to have on your property!