Archive for September 20, 2018
From backlit signs to custom even signs, signage is a hugely important thing in our world as we know it, and becomes more and more important with each passing year. From conveying information to advertising a product, event, or service (or even just advertising a business as a whole), there is no shortage of signs, no matter where it is that you might go in the United States. In fact, it is estimated that the typical person will see up to three thousand signs – if not even more – over the course of just one single day.
There are many different kinds of signs, from backlit signs to high quality posters. Each and every sign plays a special role, though, and the presence of signage at all has actually been found to increase exposure of your brand by up to sixty views per month and in some cases, even more. Roadside signs represent just one type of important and popular signage and come in many varieties, from the backlit roadside signs to those that are electronic and switch out wit
We’ve all been there. You are all ready to start working on the job when you realize you don’t have a single angle bracket on you. Looks like another trip to the hardware store in on the way!
Here are 7 things every contractor has left at home at one point or another. Maybe this list will help you remember next time you go out on a job!
1. Work Gloves
Not all jobs require heavy-duty work gloves, but many do. Having an extra pair in your truck or van will keep you from having to run out to the store at the last minute. You never know when you’ll need the protection, and you are going to want to protect your hands from potential damage that could come their way!
2. Drywall Tape
This roll of tape will help you cover any and all seams in between sheets of hung drywall. Small items like this are easy to misplace, especially something as innocu