Engraved Signs

{flickr|100|campaign} Engraved signs are evident everywhere you look in Australia: in shopping centres, transport hubs, commercial offices and industrial plants. Directional signage is critical, both indoors and outdoors, in factories, hospitals, airports and on the roads. Health and safety signs are vital to satisfy legislative requirements, to prevent accidents and to make life cleaner and easier.

Directory systems, i.e. signboards that list building occupants and their locations are used in universities, government departments, military bases and commercial offices… Signs can be designed and constructed in any size, colour or material in a variety of designs. Even 3D requirements can be accommodated including multi-layered laser cut metal signs. There are really attractive signage options available for reception and lobby areas that can enhance a Companys brand image.

For outdoor use customers rely on engraved signs for their longevity and on the quality of materials that are used. Brass is favoured, as well as stainless steel and aluminum. Indoors, wood is the material of choice as it is projects an elegant and natural image, whether in veneer or Pine or Jarrah. It is used extensively in hotels, restaurants and shops to highlight a quality product or service. Functional sliding signs can be produced in any material for office doors and bathroom facilities and many of the standard safety signs are stock items.

Most reputable sign engraving companies offer a complete design-to-production service for all architectural signage, working with the client from conception through to installation. They can even design from your sketch and advise you on the best use of materials for your application. Your own logo or design images can be digitally scanned and applied using precision computerised engraving techniques.

Look for an established and experienced technology-savvy signage company that has experience in your exact area of need and that works in-house with highly trained personnel. Accuracy and attention to detail are critical especially when working with expensive materials. Make sure that your supplier understands your requirements and that you sign off the sample or proof prior to going ahead with manufacture. If the error is yours, if could be costly.

Top companies in this field are responsive to your needs and transact and communicate with their customers on-line saving you time and money. Value-added after sales services include advice on maintenance, installation instructions and what to do if you have a query. You can ask the supplier for testimonials and references, especially where a big cost outlay is planned. Engraved signs are easily obtained in Australia, look for a well-respected and accredited supplier.