Sign Manufacturing

with Barricades and Signs.

The manufacturing of traffic signs is a highly regulated industry, as the signs must meet strict guidelines regarding material, reflective properties, and design.

The manufacturing process for traffic signs begins with the selection of materials. At Barricades and Signs we have all the materials you’ll need to comply with every Province’s approved materials list.

Once the material has been selected, the next step is to print the sign design onto the material using a specialized printing process. We’re fully 3M certified and have a wealth of reflectivity ratings to meet specifications.

Quality Control Quality control is an essential aspect of traffic sign manufacturing. Within Western Canada, the provinces have established strict guidelines for traffic sign material, design, and reflectivity. Manufacturers must adhere to these guidelines to ensure that the signs they produce meet the necessary safety standards.

Traffic signs are an essential part of the transportation infrastructure, and it is crucial that they are manufactured to the highest standards. By using the right materials, cutting-edge printing technology, and strict quality control, we can produce signs that are durable and long-lasting and meet the safety standards set forth.

Why choose Barricades and Signs?

Experience that matters.
We’ve been manufacturing signs since day one. Over the years, we’ve expanded our offerings, personnel, expertise and equipment.

An easy process.
If you’re looking for a spec sign, we’ve got them ready to go. Need something custom? Reach out to our team and we’ll get you what you need.

Competitive Pricing.
At Barricades and Signs, we’ve been purchasing materials and manufacturing signs since 2004. With this, we have massive purchasing power giving us savings we pass onto you.

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