Traditional Sign Painting

This is what we do and we’re very good at it. Signwriting is an art and a hand-painted sign is one of the best advertisements a business can have. There are many advantages. Painted signs are eye-catching, stylish, and offer better value for money. Unlike plastic or vinyl a painted sign will often improve with age and in some cases even become landmarks. If you want to promote your company as a quality business and stand out against the competition, then this is undoubtedly your best option.

We can paint lettering, logos and works of art direct onto almost any surface without the need for expensive sign panels, making it the most cost-effective option for your business. It’s a lot cheaper to paint a sign onto a brick wall than to have a plastic one made up and installed, but most people would think the opposite, including your customers.

So if signwriting is better quality, lasts longer and sometimes cheaper, then why are people still paying over the top for plastic? The only reason why most of the sign companies in the GTA do not offer traditional sign painting is because they can’t do it. It’s as simple as that. They’re not tradesmen, they print onto self-adhesive vinyl and stick it onto plastic. It works for the dollar stores but it’s unlikely to get you noticed, and it’s not the image most companies want to portray.

It’s a winning formula. We use the best materials, the best paints, and the best tradesmen, to make the best quality signs and we’ve been doing it for a long time. We’ve worked for some of the most prestigious brands in the world and nearly all of them will recommended us.

In London you will find examples of our work at The Tower of London, The British Museum, The Ministry of Defense, The Royal Opera House, Harrods, Selfridges, The Royal Academy of Music and even in the latest James Bond movie. Now we are bringing our art to the GTA.

For free and friendly advice or a no-obligation estimate speak to a tradesman and discover what a quality sign can do for your business.