We have all your construction and real estate site signage needs. From portable skid frames to permanent ground mounted h-frames, our job site signs are built to last. We offer pressure treated lumber or powder coated steel frames. Consultation, design, manufacturing, and install....soup to nuts....we offer a turn-key solution. Everything is manufactured in-house to strict Sign Authority standards and specifications by our sign professionals. Whatever size or type your looking for, we've got you covered.
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WHAT IS A SKID FRAME
A skid frame is a portable sign frame, usually made from wood or steel, with "skids" on the bottom of the legs, to keep the sign upright, sort of like an upside down "T".
WHAT IS A H-FRAME
A h-frame is a semi-portable sign frame (depending on the size), usually made from wood or steel, with straight legs meant to be pushed into the ground on smaller signs, or cemented in on large signs. The legs and upper sign frame make sort of a "H". It's a skid frame without the skids.
WHAT IS A CONSTRUCTION JOB SITE SIGN
Construction job site signs are required by many municipalities, and serve the purpose to display pertinent information about the construction project and companies (architect, engineer, construction company, etc...)
WHAT MATERIAL IS OUR FRAMES MADE OUT OF
Are frame are made from powder-coated tubular steel (most durable option) or pressure-treated lumber that can be finished or left un-finished
WHAT MATERIAL IS OUR SIGN FACES MADE OF
We have many options available. 1/2" MDO is a traditional option, but we prefer dibond or alumalite (lightweight, rigid composite material) as they are more durable options. If the size is small enough and wind load is not an issue, economical Coroplast (4mil or 10mil) can also be used.
what are common FRAME sizes
We custom manufacture the signs and frames, so any size is available, but standard sizes are: 18"x24" for small jobs, 4'x4' or 4'x8' for medium jobs, and 8'x12' to 16' is common on larger sites.
what are TYPICAL job site sign regulations