We are experts in Floor Signs! Whether you need self adhesive, free standing, indoor, outdoor, or a totally customized floor sign, we can help!
We have more floor signs available than are shown here on our website. If you don't see the floor sign you are looking for, please call us, we probably have it! We are working on updating our website with our full selection of floor signs.
We offer a large variety of floor signs including signs for the warehouse and factory floor. Floor signs are a great tool to promote efficient organization. Floor signs can also create a safer work environment, by clearly marking areas with potential hazards. From 5S floor sign solutions to safety and custom floor signs, we are your one stop for all the sign products you require. If you don't see the floor sign you are looking for then call us at 866-284-1541 and we'll find it or make one just for you.
Each floor sign is available in three different materials: vinyl, rubber, and inlaid. The most durable floor sign option is the permanent inlaid floor sign. Inlaid floor signs are easy to install and great for areas with heavy traffic. When you select the inlaid option for your floor sign, it will come with enough epoxy to fully embed the sign into the floor. Call us for more details about these permanent inlaid floor signs, and also check out the Inlaid Floor Sign Installation Instructions.
Rubber signs are the second best option in terms of durability. They are backed with a reinforced adhesive, and adhere well even to floors with cracks or uneven surfaces. Rubber floor signs are appropriate for areas with medium volume traffic.
Vinyl floor signs are much thinner than rubber, and adhere better to smooth surfaces. Our vinyl floor signs have an anti-skid coating to prevent slips. Vinyl floor signs are best suited for areas with low volume, well channelized traffic.
This video demonstrates the quick and easy installation of a permanent floor sign.
Q: Can the floor signs withstand forklift traffic?
A: The durability of the floor signs will depend on which material you select. The vinyl is the most vulnerable and should only be used in low traffic areas. The rubber is more durable than the vinyl, and the epoxy inlaid is the most durable option.
Q: What is the difference between the vinyl, rubber and inlaid signs?
A: The sizing and the graphics are the same for all three, but the difference is in the material that they are printed on.
Q: Can you make custom floor signs?
A: Yes, but you must order a minimum of 10 signs with the custom graphic design. There is no set up fee.