Identifying which signs are needed for a Multi-Family Housing project might seem overwhelming and complicated. Luckily this is our specialty and our experts will take this type of research off your plate. Read on for a summary on the most important signs for your project. An important note: some signs are a must to be compliant and pass your building inspections. Continue to read to find out how to be compliant.
Let’s start on the outside, the first impression of any visitor or resident. A Monument Sign is the first introduction to your property from the main street. The Monument Sign always includes the name of the community, along with the address number. Both will help to identify the location for easy reference. Monument Signs are available within a wide budget range, depending on your requirements. At Sequoia Signs & Graphics we can custom design your design, following existing architecture or come up with a design proposal from scratch.
Directional Signs become necessary as soon as you reach the gate of the property. Good directional signs improve the visitor experience, creating a friendly environment. At a Multi-Family Housing project directional signs are mainly used to indicate the house numbers, parking and then the club house, pool or gym if any. Directional Signs are exterior signs, designed for long durability. Furthermore readability is important so we keep that in mind while designing these signs.
ADA Room Signs
Now we are moving on to the type of signs that are a must in order for you to be compliant and pass your inspections. All units need to be equipped with an ADA Compliant Room Sign. An ADA Compliant room sign is installed on the latch side of the entrance door, including tactile and braille. If you would like to read more about ADA Signs for Multi-Family Housing, have a look at this article. One of the fun aspects is to be ADA compliant and design a good looking sign at the same time. Our design team is specialized in designing these type of signs. Keeping in mind the ADA guidelines in combination with the interior design & architecture of the project.
Safety & Regulatory Signs
The least fun part of the sign project is usually the safety & regulatory signs. Hereby think about emergency exits and evacuations maps but also non-smoking signs or elevator signs. Our team will make sure to include all the necessary signs in your proposal in order to meet the safety regulations. All Safety and Regulatory signs will also be designed to be compliant and matching the design at the same time.
Do you have any further questions about which types of signs are required for a Multi-Family Housing project? Feel free to give us a call (925) 300 1066 or fill in the contact form below to be in touch with one of our consultants.