Sign of the times.
It’s important to us that we make signs that last, but not in a landfill.
We construct signs with sustainability in mind, ensuring our products have an end of life that sees sign components recycled properly and responsibly.
Our signs are expertly constructed with utmost attention to longevity. By constructing signs with high quality builds that are made to last, We ensure that our signs go as long as possible before needing to be repaired or replaced.
We encourage the life of our signs to be extended through our repair services, keeping the hardware in working order and replacing damaged parts.
We specialize in large scale corporate turnovers over seeing projects are done with utmost care and attention to recycling.
Power to you
All of our new commercial signs are made with LED lights which offer a variety of benefits…
• Fluorescents require significantly more maintenance.
• As manufacturers move away from producing fluorescents, components are becoming more difficult and expensive to source every year.
• LEDs consume 50% less electricity, lowering your consumption and hydro bill.
• Fluorescent lights contain toxic chemicals like mercury and phosphor which are hazardous waste materials
Printing Done Right
Our printer uses water based Latex inks as opposed to Solvent, EcoSolvent, or UV inks.
Water-based HP Latex Ink technology – HP Latex Inks contain up to 65% water. Using water-based inks eliminates exposure to high solvent concentrations, and simplifies ventilation, storage, and transportation requirements.
Ozone free – No ground level ozone is generated. Ground level ozone generation is associated with the UV ink curing process when mercury UV lamps are used.
No HAPs4 – No Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) present. HAPs are those pollutants that are known or suspected to cause cancer or other serious health effects, such as reproductive effects or birth defects, or adverse environmental effects.
Odorless prints – Intensity and hedonic testing indicates weak and neutral odor for HP Latex Ink, while eco-solvent ink is rated as weak and slightly unpleasant odor, and UV ink is rated as distinct and unpleasant odor.
Recyclable Inks– Most plastics and vinyl used in printing are recyclable, but are fated for the landfill because the solvent inks aren’t. Latex ink is biodegradable, and can be stripped easily and safely if needed.