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Fire ban signs

Fire Ban Signs!

February 28, 2018  |  Fire ban sign

Do you have your fire ban signs?   Let us be your guide to provide

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New signage

Time For Something New!

May 18, 2017

If you are currently struggling with a old worn-out sign, we can help. We have the ability to create and produce any and every sign. If you just need the same sign reproduced or would like a newer look, give us a call and ask for one of our sales representatives. Not only

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Construction Season

Let the Construction Season Begin!

April 11, 2017

With the weather finally letting up the snow finally melted, the potholes are more than just potholes this season. Be in the know while travelling to avoid those areas until the repairs have been completed or until winter returns. Please also don't forget to admire the signs around them as you pass by.    Every sign made and placed has an important message, direction, and/or instruction for you to consider while travelling about to your next destination. We know that there is a sign

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Aluminum Signs - Customize it!

October 1, 2016

Aluminum. A material that won't corrode. It's flexible, lightweight yet strong and the most abundant metal in the Earth's crust. It's no surprise the aluminum has the atomic number 13. It' so versatile! I bet you didn't know in nature it can combine with over 270 different minerals.

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Radar Speed Signs: What are they good for?

September 1, 2016

Radar Speed Signs. You’ve probably seen then in school zones, like the picture posted alongside this post. This speed sign is in my area and while it’s not always on, displaying driver’s speeds as they zoom on by, it’s more than likely recording data.

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Climate Change and the Environment

August 1, 2016

Our coral reefs are precious and rare. Coral bleaching happens when the temperature of the ocean water is a few degrees above the normal summer temperature for longer than 2 weeks. Climate change has already risen the normal water temperature by 1 degree over the past century. This makes the water warmer to begin with. The coral is dying. Literally.

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