Stonehouse Blog and Safety News

Thu, 2011-04-07
I called Stonehouse signs with an emergency need for 1000 barricade tags printed front and back.  I supplied a sample and they were able to get back to me with a proof in less than an hour and by the afternoon that same day I had all 1000 tags in my possession.  I had called all over... Read Full Story
Wed, 2016-07-13
Stonehouse Signs Custom Historical Marker for Historical Center
As a 150 year old company, Stonehouse Signs is always pleased to partner with organizations that help preserve history. So when a local Colorado heritage center needed a historical marker sign for their new exhibit, Stonehouse Signs was happy to help, and the center was thrilled with the end result... Read Full Story
Mon, 2016-06-27
Stonehouse Signs Construction Zone Sign Men Working
June is National Safety Month, and Stonehouse Signs, as a founding member of the National Safety Council (NSC,) encourages all employers and employees to participate by discussing the weekly safety topics the NSC has chosen to highlight. This week’s topic is Share The Roads Safely. Businesses... Read Full Story
Mon, 2016-06-20
Stonehouse Signs Be Careful Watch Your Step Sign
June is National Safety Month, and Stonehouse Signs, as a founding member of the National Safety Council (NSC,) encourages all employers and employees to participate by discussing the weekly safety topics the NSC has chosen to highlight. This week’s topic is Watch Out For Dangers. Businesses... Read Full Story
Mon, 2016-06-13
Stonehouse Signs National Safety Month 2016 Be Healthy
June is National Safety Month, and Stonehouse Signs, as a founding member of the National Safety Council (NSC,) encourages all employers and employees to participate by discussing the weekly safety topics the NSC has chosen to highlight. This week’s topic is Be Healthy. Businesses and other... Read Full Story
Mon, 2016-06-06
Stonehouse Signs National Safety Month 2016
June is National Safety Month, and Stonehouse Signs, as a founding member of the National Safety Council (NSC,) encourages all employers and employees to participate by discussing the weekly safety topics the NSC has chosen to highlight. This week’s topic is Stand Ready to Respond. Businesses... Read Full Story
Wed, 2016-06-01
National Safety Month 2016 - Stonehouse Signs
Each June, Stonehouse Signs recognizes National Safety Month. The annual event, which is promoted by the National Safety Council (NSC,) is intended to bring awareness to safe habits and reduce risk in the workplace and beyond.Past National Safety Months have promoted safety themes such as “What I... Read Full Story
Tue, 2016-05-17
Stonehouse Signs Custom Camp Ground Signs
Custom Sign projects are a Stonehouse Signs specialty, and we especially enjoy working with local organizations to create high-quality signs for locations in our own backyard. So when the Yampa, Colorado Forest Ranger District asked us to create a series of Custom Recreational Camp Ground Signs... Read Full Story
Wed, 2016-05-11
Stonehouse Signs Custom Telecom Signs and Decals
May has arrived, the weather is improving, and now is the time to prepare for your spring telecom projects!In preparation for telecom project season each spring, Common Ground Alliance (CGA,) an association for utility industry professionals, releases their best practice guide. The guide is... Read Full Story
Mon, 2016-05-02
Stonehouse Signs Fall Prevention Sign Caution Lifeline Must Be Hooked Up While O
Each May, at the start of summer construction season, OSHA asks employers to conduct a Fall Safety Stand Down. This yearly event, intended to bring work site awareness to fall hazards, was officially launched on Workers Memorial Day in 2012. For 2016, this safety event will take place May 2 – 6.... Read Full Story
Wed, 2016-04-27
Stonehouse Signs Custom Fire Danger Sign Slider Sign
One of the best and most important communication tools in a forest fire manager’s arsenal is the fire danger sign. According to the U.S. Forest Service, each year about 73,000 wildfires burn about 7.3 million acres of land and destroy more than 2,600 structures. About 3,500 of those fires per year... Read Full Story