Two tips to follow if you need to use the services of sign installers

Posted on: 9 November 2021

If you've purchased new signage for your premises and need to use the services of sign installers, you should use these tips. Let the installers know if the surface you'll be mounting the sign on is damaged If the wall or ceiling onto which you'll need the installers to mount the signage is damaged in any way (for example, if it's an exterior wall with damaged render or an interior ceiling with damaged plaster), you should let them know this before they come to put up the sign. [Read More]

Two reasons to use cut-to-size Perspex signs at your wedding

Posted on: 19 July 2021

If you have not yet chosen the material you're going to use for the signs at your wedding venue, here are some reasons why you should consider having them made from cut-to-size Perspex sheeting. You can create perfectly sized signs For most parties and celebratory occasions, it's fine to have signage that is good enough. However, for your wedding, you and your partner will probably want every little detail, including the signage, to be perfect and you may not want to make too many compromises when it comes to decorating the venue. [Read More]

Your Business Deserves The Best: Why Choose Laser Engraved Signs

Posted on: 20 April 2021

If you need new signage for your place of business, don't settle for the same old style. Choose laser engraving instead. Laser engraving is a great way to improve the quality of your signs, which can help your business stand out in the crowd. Before you choose ordinary signage for your business, read the information provided below. You'll find four reasons to choose laser-engraved signage instead.  Weather-Resistant If your signs will be displayed outside, you want something that has proven durability. [Read More]

Enhance your business with braille tactile signs

Posted on: 5 January 2021

Braille signs make your business more accessible to blind and visually-impaired customers or employees. Australian standards already require braille signage in many types of buildings, with signs placed to indicate restrooms, exits, hearing amplification systems and other features. However, there's more to braille signs than just what's required by regulations. By using custom braille signs, you can make your business more accessible and complement your existing brand identity.  Custom door signs [Read More]