If you run a construction company, there is no getting around it: you need construction signs. Your primary concern when using construction signs on your site should be the safety of your work crew and the safety of anyone who passes through the site.
We understand that in the construction industry, everything is go, go, go! It is a fast-paced industry, and you deserve a signage provider that is there when you need it. At Horizon Sign Solutions, our mission is to assist any business owner or entrepreneur seeking help with their signage and set them up for success.
We offer a wide range of services, such as:
And when it comes to obtaining permits, you don’t have to worry about that either: we have you covered!
To learn more about the service we offer and the product we make, contact us and talk to a signage specialist today!
Imagine it is your first day on a new job site. What is the first thing you need to account for? Safety. Making an error in safety can be fatal and will be the end of your business. Rarely can a construction business survive the lawsuits and fines that come with such an error.
So, what’s the solution?
Working with a signage company that can come to your job site and assess where you need construction safety signs. Doing anything less would be a massive disservice to yourself, your business, your employees, and anyone that visits your construction site. Set yourself up for success by letting Horizon Sign Solutions handle your construction safety signs so you can focus on other aspects of your business.
If you want to be in the construction industry, you have to do things right. That means going all the way and obtaining all the necessary signs for your construction site, including:
Regardless of what the specific sign is related to (for example, hazardous materials vs fall protection), the core reason for every sign is to provide a warning of potential danger. You may also need identification signs to make your site easier to navigate.
In our industry, we have worked with construction foremen who were unaware of the signage necessary or didn’t have all the signs they should. It happens a lot in construction: someone wants to cut corners to save a few dollars. You cannot cut corners: not if you want to keep your business running.