Signs Erectors and Hangers
Erectors and hangers use state-of-the-art equipment to hang sturdy traffic, industrial, and travel signs. They may also use a variety of trucks and other equipment. These professionals may have backgrounds as contractors and engineers. Good skills to have include attention to detail, ability to handle heavy loads, and an eye for design. They may contract with cities and towns to handle all of their community signage, or they may contract with advertising firms to hang promotional billboards.
Sign erectors and hangers may offer custom printing, design, and manufacturer services for wood, plastic, and metal signs. They may simply provide hanging services of signs that have already been made. Some signs are cheap to hang on a space, and utilize only wire, while others are heavy steel and require padded elements, clips sets, and other supplies to assemble. Additional services may involve installation of lighting, sign maintenance and dismantling, and repair of electronic signs over restaurant doors.
Custom fabrication, site surveys, permit acquisition, construction, and maintenance may be additional services designed to suit clients’ needs. From thin to thick, signs can proclaim Do Not Disturb, or direct travelers where to get off the highway. Different companies are required for different types of signs. Some specialize in neon ones, while others stick with traditional metal, plastic, or wood.
Erectors and hangers may install signs above doors, on awnings, or high above a city street. Some are interior signs, while others are exterior ones. Either way, such professionals should be licensed and fully insured, with many years of experience. They should offer quick response and turnaround times as well.