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Ground Signs in Toronto and the GTA

Variety of Signage

  • Channel Letters
  • Pylon & Ground Signs
  • Awnings
  • Temporary Signs
  • Sign Boxes
  • Dimensional Signs
  • Vehicle Fleet Graphics
  • Others – very unique displays and parts

“In 2009, the total number of business establishments in the City of Toronto was 73,600.” (Source: City of Toronto, Employment Survey 2009)

That’s a lot of signage! Any sign company in Toronto or the GTA could keep themselves very busy for a few months anyway; designing and servicing all the business establishments in the city of Toronto.

At Vital Signs we have capability to do just that. From modest roots in Richmond Hill, Ontario, we have expanded over the years. Due to customer demands we have grown into a multinational operation with a state-of-the-art, fully integrated facility with a total of 16,500 square feet of manufacturing space. Our company is fully equipped to handle large scale industries, franchises as well as small corporations. ALL fabrication is done within our 16,500 square foot facility, which is ideally situated in Markham. We manage both Local and National accounts.

An easy way to describe ground signs would be signs that are close to the ground.

Examples of Ground Signs

  • School Signs
  • Yard Signs
  • Political Signs
  • Industrial Unit Signs
  • Signs in front of a place of worship

Depending on the clientele, the area and flow of traffic determines what type of sign is best suited for the client.Ground signs are ideal for drivers at eye level. Ground signs are easy to find and the message the company wants delivered is easy to read and understand.

Below is information from U.S. Small Business Administration

Is Signage Expensive?

Signage is the least expensive, yet most effective, form of advertising for independent and national retail businesses.

  • You pay for the sign once and it works for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for years. Use of other media requires paying month after month and you never have the benefit of ownership. You also have no assurance that you’re reaching potential customers.
  • From a business owner’s perspective, a sign should not be viewed as an expense, but as a capital investment. When you factor in your return on investment, signs are not expensive. An effective sign will most likely pay for itself many times over.
  • The price for signage will vary greatly depending upon the size, design, style, manufacturer, and mounting type.