People who live in your area or district want to know that they will be safe from crime. Our reflective signs help reassure members of your community that there are people who are looking out to keep them safe. Put them up on frequently traversed streets to let would-be criminals know they local people are watching.
We use 63-mil thick rustproof aluminum material to make our caution signs strong. The signs are water resistant and hold up against the elements to provide durability. You can use the product in indoor or outdoor settings, giving you more placement options.
A digital printing process ensures the images on our aluminum signs are vibrant, sharp, and have a high resolution to communicate well to onlookers. Good lightfastness prevents the images from fading when exposed to the sun's harmful UV rays.
When you place your order for our reflective signs, you can opt for lamination to provide additional protection. Lamination helps increase the durability of the signs, as well as prevent damage resulting from fingerprints, smudging, and contaminants.
There is a pre-printed message on our neighborhood crime watch signs. This helps save you time that you would otherwise spend creating a message of your own. After a few minutes spent on installation, the product is ready for use.
When laminated, our caution signs provide 12 years of longevity, reducing the need for replacement signs. A tough topcoat helps protect against scuffs, scratches, and other imperfections. The high luminance of the signs allows for easy visibility at distances that are most critical to drivers.
Take advantage of our variety of shipping options to make sure you get your reflective signs in a timely fashion while reducing your overall expenditures. Our doorstep delivery option gives you a more convenient way to receive your items.
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