Staying within ADA Guidelines
In July of 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law, which meant that a lot of businesses had to quickly change their design to allow those people who are handicapped to have easy access to their store. The ADA still affects all of those people who own a physical business, and many business owners aren’t quite sure what they should do to make their business compatible to the law other than to put in ramps. The truth is, there are a number of changes you can make that will help you to stay abreast with all of the necessary changes you should make to be ADA compliant.
Truncated domes are a great way to not only go a step further in your compliancy, but to also make it nicer for your customers and clients to visit your store. Truncated domes are basically pavement that has been raised slightly, allowing someone who can not see to know that there will be a change in pavement coming up shortly, making it easier for them to get around and in and out of your building and your parking lot.