Portable Sign Products

Portable Sign Products in Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg

Portable signs have never looked so good.  Combine the breakthroughs of digital printing with a decrease in the cost of printing has moved the full colour digital mini billboard to a whole new level.

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Printing costs just 2 years ago were $7/sqft and today they are about $3/sqft making it more affordable than ever to make the switch to a full colour portable sign.

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CHANGEABILITY:

Sign Guru has taken all of this one step forward by creating a CHANGEABLE copy full colour sign.  What this means to you is simple… COST SAVINGS.  You can create as many images as you like and we then we store them for you and change them as often as you wish.  With a small inventory of images you can keep you signage look fresh and vibrant all the time which allows your signage to stand out and not just fade into the background.

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QUALITY:

We print a high resolution image that is nearly photographic in quality to the highest quality vinyl on the market.  This creates and image that is rated for 2 –3 years of sun exposure before fading.  We then apply this high quality image to what we consider the best rigid substrate there is industry.  When these 2 features come together you get the best looking full colour sign on the market today.

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Here is the same image but cropped to show just how good this sign looks close up.

GOING GREEN:

From day one, Sign Guru had the environment in mind.  The full colour mini billboard industry has not done its part to minimize its impact on the environment… until now.  For the most part an image is applied to coroplast which is a very cheap PVC plastic that is no longer recyclable once an image has been applied to it.  At then end of its use the coroplast is thrown away and end up in our landfill.  Sign Guru has worded hard to find a high quality substrate

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