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Solar Panels Help Power Stonehouse Signs

Stonehouse Signs has seen a lot of changes in energy use since their inception in 1863.  There was not much of a carbon footprint for most people living in the days before automobiles and airplanes.  The fifth generation family that successfully runs the company decided they would make a modern-day difference by self-generating a substantial amount of the energy used in their business and showing others that they can do the same.

Step Into Stonehouse History

Our Founder- J.W. Stonehouse

In 1863, the year Stonehouse Signs was founded, a seed was planted that would change workplace safety forever.  That’s over 150 years of a rich and storied history of a company whose lasting contributions in the early years of the industrial safety movement can be measured in number of lives saved. 

Make Sign Meanings Clearer With Visuals

Stonehouse Signs Using Pictograms & Colors on Safety Signs Increases Comprehension

The English language makes communication difficult.  Take these sentences as an example:

"The bandage was wound around the wound."

"Since there is no time like the present, he thought it was time to present the present."

Durable Outdoor Interpretive Ski Resort Signs

Telluride Interpretive Signs-Stonehouse Signs

Ski Resorts, National Forests and National Parks use interpretive signs to provide stories
for their visitors about natural, cultural, and historic features throughout their parks and properties. These colorful and carefully worded signs communicate specific messages that increase visitor enjoyment through appreciation and understanding.

Panoramic Interpretive Ski Signs

When you're standing at the top of the mountain just before you start an epic ski run, have you ever wondered what's around you?  Maybe you just visited another resort recently, or you climbed a nearby 14er last summer. 

Without having an expert that knows the names and locations and can help point out what you're looking at, it's really just an estimated guess.  That's where Stonehouse can help!

Large Outdoor Ski Map Signs

Stonehouse Signs specializes in providing 100% Custom Signs to your exact specifications. Early in the ski season this year, Telluride Ski Resort asked Stonehouse to create a series of large format signs for a freestanding display that is located at the base of the mountain. 

As always, Stonehouse delivered - Lightning Fast. Here is the final concept for the signs we printed for this Telluride project.  They provided the artwork, and we did the rest!  

June Is National Safety Month

Each June, the National Safety Council encourages organizations to participate in National Safety Month. Every week carries a theme that brings attention to critical safety issues. Read below to learn about National Safety Month's weekly safety topic, or visit the National Safety Council website for tips, posters, quizzes, activities, fact sheets and more. And remember: safety is everyone’s responsibility.

Stonehouse Signs Marks 100 Years at National Safety Council Expo

J.W. Stonehouse in a Colorado mine inspecting his safety sign. (1910)

Today, Stonehouse Signs kicks off its second century of participation in the National Safety Council Congress & Expo in Orlando, Florida. Jeff Stone, current co-owner of the company, reminisced, “My Great Uncle, J.W. Stonehouse, was there 100 years ago, in 1912, to help get this thing started.” Now, four generations later, family members are in Orlando to usher in the second century of Stonehouse Signs' participation in the show.

Custom Ski Signs for Colorado Ski Area

Stonehouse Signs Custom Ski Signs

Stonehouse Signs is continuing their relationship with Arapahoe Basin Ski & Snowboard Area, most recently producing several custom sign solutions for the Snowsports School. Stonehouse has been working with A-Basin since 2005, and this winter season has so far produced over 50 signs for the ski area, including trail signs, directional signs for the parking lot, and fully custom signs, such as the boards that listed information on local animals.

National Ski Areas Association Safety Month

Stonehouse Signs Recognizes National Ski Areas Association Safety Month

Stonehouse Signs recognizes Safety Month, sponsored by the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA). As a Supplier Member, Stonehouse will also attend NSAA’s Winter Conference & Tradeshow, taking place January 21 – 23, 2014 in Steamboat, Colorado.

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