Notification Signs

Notification Signs

Depending on where you live, there may be regulations that require you to erect notification signs in order to notify the public about some type of activity that you are conducting. This can differ by municipality, but one example is a sign that notifies people that you will be using a strong pesticide or another type of chemical in the area. These signs are critical for safety reasons so that people can protect themselves and well as keep their children and animals away from the dangerous area.

How Big Should Notifications Signs Be?

The size of these signs may be regulated locally or it may not be. Generally, it is important to have a large enough sign, so that people can see it, and the face of the sign should be large enough so that the words are easy to read. Because these signs are normally very temporary, a metal sign is not necessary. Buying signs made out of durable plastic or even a treated cardboard will work well for this purpose; just remember to keep the sign up for as long as the situation is unsafe.

Additional Uses For Notification Signs

In addition to required notification signs, there are also sometimes that businesses will use signs to notify the public about upcoming developments. These types of signs are informational but are also used as a form of advertising. A good example of this type of notification sign is a sign that goes up in front of an area where condominium or multiple house construction will begin. These signs let nearby people know about what is being built and also provide contact information and website information so that they can learn more about pricing and other details. These signs are a great way to get the word out and build a local buzz about a new project. These signs typically need to be very large so that they can display all the necessary information.

If you have any questions about Notification Signs and other services, you can get in touch with us at Precision Signs. All you need to do is call us at 850-536-6701. You can also email us at You can also fill in this contact us form and we’ll get back to you promptly.

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