Sign Blog

20th Nov 2017

The History of Road Signs

The history of road signs starts with the history of the first roads. The Roman Empire was the first civilization to construct roads. At its height, the Romans created 4,400 pound stone markers, referred to as milestones. The Romans numbered and placed these milestones at specific intervals along th
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20th Nov 2017

7 Most Dangerous DUI Myths

Drunk driving is a common and dangerous problem. In 2010, over four million U.S. adults admitted to driving intoxicated. Over a million adults are arrested each year.Unfortunately, many drivers believe they are okay to drive. Here are some dangerous misconceptions about DUIs.You Won’t Receive a DUI
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18th Nov 2017

​ What the MUTCD Says About Sign Bases and Posts

The role of sign bases in maintaining safety is vital. Signs certainly won’t serve their purpose if they aren’t properly supported. The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) is the source for all regulations related to the bases and supports used for signs. The manual is the national
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14th Nov 2017

Reasons to Obey Traffic Safety Signs

The numerous traffic safety signs you see when you’re out and about play an important role in keeping motorists, road users and pedestrians safe. Each year, there are thousands of accidents in the United States, and many of these accidents are the result of distracted or careless driving, or failing
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20th Oct 2017

Real Estate Signage Best Practices

check out these examples on Pinterest. To really stand out, focus on modern, clean design. A pop of bright color can be a plus but remember to keep it polished and sophisticated.Choosing materialsOnce you have a design, you’ll need to decide on the type of sign material and base. Most real estate si
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17th Oct 2017

Permanent and Temporary Signs

Dornbos Sign and Safety have been manufacturing safety signs for over 60 years. We provide permanent or temporary safety solutions.Our professional sign post bases are made for safety and ease of use. It is important to know that portable signs should only be used as needed and taken down when no lo
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