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"... Comparing materials of all manufacturers, Armor-Tile is far more superior than other systems..."
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The oldest and most recognized business in detectable warning tiles in North America.

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ADA Certified, California Title 24 Certified Only Armor-Tile provides a complete range of tactile systems designed for the safety and convenience of the visually impaired, in full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the State of California Building Code Title 24.

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Armor-tile New Product Announcements!
Come see us at World of Concrete 2015 for exciting news from Armor-Tile!
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ADA Compliance Tax Credit
Your business may be eligible for a tax credit for becoming ADA Compliant!
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New-Jersey's "The Record" publishes article on Armor-Tile tactile panels
featured in article on Tactile Systems
In this article written by Eric Hsu of "The Record" local news Southeast Bergen, he highlights some important points regarding some introductions to the panels being installed in many counties and towns in New Jersey. The article titled 'Braille for the feet' is available here in both original scanned newspaper format and in plain text with a link to the online article [Full Article]
Revised Draft Accessibility Guidelines Published
The U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration published revised draft guidelines for public rights-of-way.[Full Article]

City of Sacramento Chooses Armor-Tile
The City of Sacramento has chosen to use detectable warning (truncated dome) systems manufactured by Armor-Tile. [Full Article]

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