Custom Property Security Signs

Securing your personal property can vary in meaning from person to person, and can also vary in legal definition, as state and local laws vary on the rights and responsibilities of property. Because of this, Stonehouse Signs makes Custom Property Security Signs to convey the property owner’s exact message they want to convey, or the exact message they need to convey to meet their state and local laws. For instance, the two Custom Property Security Signs we recently produced have different text and potentially different legal definitions, but the end goal is the same – to secure the owner’s property by conveying a message that works best for their individual circumstances.

The first Custom Security Sign we produced was a 4”x24” .040 aluminum No Soliciting Sign with white text on a blue background. No Soliciting Signs are used by property owners, including businesses and personal homes, to convey to sellers or other solicitors to not solicit at their property. Depending on your state and local laws, No Soliciting Signs may also carry some legal weight. For instance, Denver Ordinance Sec. 47-18 states it is prohibited for a peddler (the definition of which includes door-to-door sales people) “to attempt to solicit business at any place which maintains a sign or other visible and legible indication that such solicitation of business is not desired or is prohibited, unless the permission of the owner, agent, representative or occupant of the premises has been previously obtained.”

Stonehouse Signs Custom Security Signs No Trespassing Sign

The second Custom Security Sign we produced was a 10”x14” .040 aluminum Posted No Trespassing Sign with black text on a white background. No Trespassing Signs generally convey a higher degree of property restriction than a No Soliciting Sign. Again, the sign’s legal meaning can vary by state and local laws, but in general it is understood to mean that no person is allowed to enter the property in question without prior authorization – otherwise they will be considered trespassers, and legal action may be able to be taken. For instance, Denver Ordinance Sec. 38-115 states that it is considered trespassing when a person attempts to enter “private or public property, which is not then open to the public, [and] is posted with signs which give notice that entrance is forbidden.” No Trespassing Signs are often used by businesses when the safety and security of people accessing the property may be compromised (and the property owner may be held liable for injury) unless they have prior permission and have received proper safety instructions from the property owner. For instance, they are often used on the perimeter of construction sites, military or government facilities, and other sites that need to be secure for safety reasons.

Stonehouse Signs Custom Security Signs Posted No Trespassing Sign

To order your Custom Security Signs, contact Stonehouse Signs today. You can also shop our selection of No Admittance/Security Signs available online, including Keep Out/Do Not Enter Signs and No Trespass/Private Property Signs.

Since its founding in 1863, Stonehouse Signs has produced high-quality visual communications solutions for various industries and the government. The company specializes in custom products for safety, information and accident prevention, and manufactures a full line of safety signs and facility signssafety tags, vinyl safety decals, and custom magnetic whiteboards designed for extended outdoor life, harsh environments and demanding applications. For more information contact Stonehouse Signs today.

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