Post an Elevator sign to identify a handicapped accessible elevator in your building.
This Elevator identification sign contains the traditional ISA or person in a wheelchair pictogram. See more Elevator sign options and learn when to use the traditional ISA versus the modified ISA on our Elevator signs category page.
Eco-friendly sign materials
- Chain of custody certified FSC 100% aspen
- Non-toxic 3D printing
- Sealed with traditional woodworking oils
ADA compliant signage
An Elevator sign in a U.S. public building is regulated by the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA prohibits discrimination against those with disabilities.
Federally regulated signage provides the 7.5 million Americans that are legally blind or visually impaired equal access to public spaces across the U.S. ADA sign requirements enforced today were released as part of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design (SAD). Detailed federal signage requirements direct the content and location of identification, directional and informational signs.
From grade 2 braille and compliant fonts, to proper spacing and contrast, our signs meet federal signage requirements. For easy to understand regulations information, please review our ADA Sign Requirement FAQs.
DOLLARS & CENTS
A price discount is automatically applied in your shopping cart based on total quantity of signs ordered. Quick ship signs do not need to be the same for the volume discount to apply.
- Order 2 signs and receive a 5% discount
- Order 3 to 9 signs and receive a 7.5% discount
- Order 10 to 19 signs and receive a 10% discount
- Order 20 to 24 signs and receive a 15% discount
- Order 25 or more signs and receive a 20% discount
Pricing includes standard UPS ground shipping for the lower 48 U.S. states and USPS shipping for Alaska and Hawaii.
We work hard to make every order impeccable, but if your sign is not quite right, we’ll provide a remake or refund right away.
Industry best warranty
Our interior ADA and office signs come with a 5 year warranty. Wood is durable and strong, and our patent-pending 3D printing process directly bond sign content to the wood sign base. This means that our signs are stronger and less vulnerable to tampering than signs that use adhesives. Click the icon above for warranty details.
EASY SIGN INSTALLATION
Foam tape or wood pegs
Many clients order office signs with foam tape, in which case your signs arrive with double sided foam tape pre-applied. To install your signs, simply remove tape backers, apply a circle of silicone and press your sign against the wall or door for 5 seconds.
For sturdier sign installation or highly textured surfaces, order signs with wood pegs. While installing signs with wood pegs requires drilling wall holes, it is more secure.
If you plan to install your signs using the four peg installation approach and don’t want to run to the hardware store, add our installation kit to your order.
If your Elevator sign is being applied to glass, just let us know and we’ll provide a thin wood backer for a nominal fee. A backer on the other side of the glass covers up foam tape for a polished look.
ADA sign mounting
An Elevator sign in a U.S. public building is a regulated ADA sign. To ensure height and location mounting guidelines are met share our ADA Sign Installation Tips with your team.