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When it comes to alerting pedestrians to approaching hazards, ADA mats are the tops of safety. The detectability and reliability of ADA mats are the key ingredients in the recipe for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.



Since the Act first passed in 1990, ADA mats have been the standard for warning visually impaired and physically disabled pedestrians of vehicular hazards, changes in levels, stairways and escalators, curb cuts, and edges of platforms. Modern ADA mats are lightweight engineered plastic and install easily anywhere they’re required.

To meet the different needs of communities and make compliance an easier and more appealing process, ADA mats can be installed in both new construction sites and on previously existing surfaces using either the cast in place or surface applied techniques. The truncated domes required on all ADA mats offer not just detectability but also slip-resistance in any weather condition, which all pedestrians can appreciate.




In addition to being contrast colored and easily detectable underfoot, ADA mats give off an audible warning when a cane is swept over the domes. Given how necessary these safety tiles are, durability is obviously of paramount importance. ADA mats need to be as detectable ten years down the line as they are the day they’re installed, so the epoxy polymer matrix comprising the sheets is of the highest design quality.

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With ADA guidelines turning into requirements, the clock is ticking on compliance and ADA mats are the antidote for hazardous areas.