A-Frames and Pavement Signs

A-Frames give great exposure for events and businesses.

A-Frames can be inter-changeable or fixed metal panels printed in high resolution with an over laminate protective clear in matte or high gloss film. We can even apply black board vinyl  this allows you to display specials and other services to potential customers.

Custom Recycled Timber A-frames made from pallets are also available, with the design laser etched into the face which gives an industrial look this is becoming a very popular option.

A-Frame signs range in sizes from:
600x450mm, 600x600mm, 600x900mm, 900x1200mm

Recycled A-frames

Recycled A-frames are also available, with the design laser etched into the face this is becoming a very popular option.

Custom shaped A- frame

600x450mm, 600x600mm, 600x900mm, 900x1200mm, Other custom sizes are available upon request.

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The home of Canberra's premier sign designers, sign manufacturers, and sign installers. We have been trading since 1988, and have developed what we find to be the most cost effective ways to design, manufacture, and install quality signage for private and corporate clients around Australia.

With over 39 years of sign manufacturing experience we aim to create the best look, the best manufactured and the most cost effective way to create the look you need to enhance your image.

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02 6280 4871

sales@signworld.net.au

1/39 Grimwade St
Mitchell ACT 2911

Open 9:00am - 5:00pm
Monday to Friday

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If your signs are looking a little worse for wear, give Sign World a call to request a quote for a new one. Many potential customers judge a business by the quality of their signage. A well designed and constructed sign by Sign World makes a good first impression.

Our Customers

  • Engraved & Laser Etching Signs
  • The Salvation Army
  • University of Canberra
  • Manteena
  • ACT Government
  • Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Canberra Hospital & Health Services
  • Canberra Museum
  • Shaw Building
  • Project Coordination
  • IQON
  • Capital Pathology