As a business owner, it is your responsibility to ensure that your store, office, or facility is accessible to everyone. Customer accessibility begins in the parking lot. From the number of accessible parking spaces to proper signage, numerous ADA standards and requirements must be met. To ensure your parking lot or parking structure stays compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), you’re best off leaving it to the professionals. For quality ADA parking striping in Boston, NH, turn to the professionals at G-FORCE Boston, NH!
Is Your Parking Area Following ADA-Compliant Protocol?
When re-striping a parking lot or parking facility, it is of the utmost importance that you follow the strict guidelines set forth by ADA.gov. To begin, you must calculate the minimum number of accessible parking spaces. The number of accessible stalls will vary from one lot to the next, so it’s best to work with someone who knows the ins and outs of ADA parking requirements in Boston, NH. The location of the spaces is also critical, as each must be striped along the shortest accessible route to the facility’s entrance. At G-FORCE™, we specialize in ADA compliance for Boston, NH parking lots. Contact our parking lot striping professionals for expert insights on ADA parking requirements and compliance.
ADA Space Requirements
Whether you’re re-striping an existing parking lot or striping entirely new pavement, you’ll need to consider ADA space requirements to ensure patrons with disabilities can easily exit their vehicle and travel to your facility’s accessible entrance. ADA parking stalls must be on level ground and provide a clearly marked access aisle that connects to an accessible route to the building. To map out the ADA space requirements in your Boston, NH parking lot, call the ADA compliance experts at G-FORCE™.
For more information regarding ADA parking lot compliance, please contact G-FORCE Boston, NH or visit the ADA Accessible Parking website.
ADA Parking Sign Installation
Once you’ve re-striped your lot parking garage to comply with ADA requirements, you’ll need to install signs. To identify an accessible space, install a clearly mounted handicap parking sign with the international symbol of accessibility at least 60 inches off the ground. For van-accessible parking spaces, be sure signage designates that the stall is “van accessible.”
Sign placement is important but doesn’t need to be a strenuous task. Leave the hassle of putting together an ADA-compliant sign layout to the experts at G-FORCE™. With years of combined expertise under our belts, we’re more than willing to help guide you through the process.
Ready to get started on your re-striping or signage project? To ensure you’re meeting ADA parking compliance requirements and local government regulations, contact G-FORCE Boston, NH for a free assessment and quote! As a veteran-owned business, we understand the importance of service. Let us serve you and establish a plan to get your parking lot back into compliance.