Contractor Signs

Have you ever had a custom home built?  If so, you know all the people that must be involved to get the job done.  The process involves a lot of different people.  If you are the general contractor or one of the many subcontractors, you will want to get your information and brand noticed.  How many business cards do you hand out a day?  If you are not there or run out of cards, let a sign do the job!  Every where you go you can see major construction going on.  Not just new home developments, but retail, additions to schools and colleges.  Read more about the importance of construction site and contractor signs here.

What type of signs are needed?

Yard signs – This is a very easy and inexpensive way to display your message.  Usually made of coroplast or metal, 18 inches by 24 inches, and are displayed using H stakes.  They are easy to put up, take down and store.

Site Sign – These are used for a longer period of time; so, they are very sturdy and well built.  Usually 4 feet by 4 feet and are attached to posts that are installed in the ground.  They are made of metal or wood and are usually double sided.

These two types of signs are what you need to let passersby, traffic, other local businesses, and other subcontractors on the job know who you are and how to contact you.  Install the signs at every job site and your name or brand will be available where everyone sees it.  Make it count with these useful tips:

  • Use good contrasting colors
  • Use a logo that will be remembered
  • Provide contact information
  • Use the space efficiently
  • Make sure your information is legible
  • Hire a good graphic designer

Required Signs – Health and Safety Law requires certain types of signage.  They come in many different sizes.  They are mounted on metal, fully printed, and installed on U Channel posts.

  • Mandatory signs

These signs remind employees and visitors of the rules they must follow when entering, or working in specific environments. All mandatory signs are identified by a blue circle and a white picture within.

  • Warning signs

These are used to warn of a hazard or a hazardous condition that is not likely to be life-threatening. A yellow background can identify warning signs.

  • Danger signs

These signs are used to warn of a hazard or hazardous condition that is likely to be life-threatening. Signs in this category incorporate the word ‘danger’ in white letters on a red oval shape against a black background.

  • Emergency signs

These are used to indicate the location of, or directions to, emergency-related facilities such as exits, safety equipment or first aid facilities. General emergency information signs are identified by a green square with white writing or pictures.

We can provide you with all these contractor signs in an easy, efficient, and fast way.  Our flatbed printer prints directly on the metal, wood, or other hard substrate you may want to use.  We know you have deadlines and schedules and many kinds of disruptions during a big project like a home, school, hospital, or many other projects.  Let us take care of your sign needs, give us a call 970-396-7561 or contact us below.