Construction & Safety Signage
Construction Signage FAQs
Let's discuss some of the most frequently asked questions about commercial construction sites and other varieties of construction job sites.
What Are Construction Signs Used For?
Construction signs promote safety on the jobsite keeping the construction crew and general public safe. These types of signs are required by law, they can protect construction companies from lawsuits or legal troubles.
Site signs can also be used to keep a jobsite organized, provide branding, and promote the project to the general public.
Does It Matter Where I Put My Signs?
Yes, a construction business must display signs in clear view, allowing people to read them without obstruction. Public facing sites in high traffic areas are a great opportunity to brand and promote projects.
What Kinds of Construction Site Signs Do I Need?
Safety signs are most important. You may need hazard signs alerting people of possible falling objects. Keep out signs or fire safety signs may be necessary as well, to name a few examples. Illuminated crane signs promote your company while coming soon and now leasing signs inform the public.
Types of Construction Signage Duncan-Parnell Provides
The signs you can purchase from us include custom branded construction company job site signs, OSHA / PPE signage, fence wraps, scaffold signs, crane wraps, and more.
What to Expect When Ordering a Sign
Initially, we discuss your needs and desires with you. At this point, you have the opportunity to customize your signs. You may also suggest a timeframe for project completion, and we'll let you know if that's possible. In general, depending on the scope of the project, we can complete your project within a few days to a few weeks. Before we start production, we give you the specifics of your project.
Legality of Signage on a Construction Site
By law, construction sites need signs to warn people of potential dangers on the job site. If you are unsure of which signage is necessary, ask our staff.
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