Stonehouse Blog and Safety News

Mon, 2011-03-28
How fast is lightning fast?  Is it the blink of an eye?  The flash you see before you hear the thunder?  The response time of your new, super-fast computer?  In relation to your business, it might be an order that you don’t have to think about- before you even wonder where it is... Read Full Story
Tue, 2014-04-15
Stonehouse Signs Think Safety First Safety Sign
This April, Stonehouse Signs, as a founding member of the National Safety Council (NSC), recognizes Distracted Driving Awareness Month along with the NSC. Each year, Distracted Driving Awareness Month has a different theme, and this year’s theme, “Hands-free is not risk-free,” seeks to highlight... Read Full Story
Mon, 2014-03-31
Stonehouse Signs Recycling Signs Recyclable Computer Paper
Is your business looking to become more sustainable? Becoming a “greener” company doesn’t have to take a lot of time or money – Stonehouse Signs, a Colorado company that manufactures signs, tags and custom printed magnetic whiteboards, has five easy, cost-effective tips to help businesses reduce... Read Full Story
Thu, 2014-03-27
Material Matters - How to Select the Right Sign Material
Nothing is worse than purchasing a brand new product, then having it not meet your expectations. When choosing your sign and visual communication products, you want to make sure you have a product that meets not only your communication and safety needs, but also a product that will hold up to the... Read Full Story
Thu, 2014-03-20
Stonehouse Signs Custom Baked Enamel Sign for Petaluma Water Ways
The city of Petaluma, located in Sonoma County in Northern California, has been working to revitalize their riverfront and adjacent trail areas for many years. The recent revitalization effort have taken off, and the city’s vision for a 7.5 mile long interconnected network of trails with launch... Read Full Story
Mon, 2014-03-03
Emergency Exit Signs Help Businesses Prepare for Severe Weather Preparedness Wee
March 2 – 8, 2014 is Severe Weather Preparedness Week. The annual week, sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), is designed to raise awareness of the importance of preparing for severe weather conditions before they... Read Full Story
Fri, 2014-02-28
Stonehouse Signs Hybrid Vehicle Parking Sign
Stonehouse Signs is committed to delivering the best possible visual communication solutions for businesses. So if your parking lot needs signs that are more descriptive than “No Parking,” we have a variety of standard, Change It Up® and custom parking sign options to meet your specific needs.In... Read Full Story
Fri, 2014-02-21
Image of Stonehouse Sign - Safety First Report All Unsafe Conditions
Recently the U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB), a federal agency that evaluates industrial chemical accidents and provides safety recommendations to businesses and regulatory agencies such as OSHA, officially listed a “deficiency safety culture” as one of the root causes of a refinery explosion that... Read Full Story
Mon, 2014-02-17
J.W. Stonehouse Examines One of His Colorado Bell Code Signs.
Incorporated on February 17, 1914 in Colorado, Stonehouse Signs has been part of the sign community for 150 years and part of the Denver business community for over 100 years. Stonehouse Signs, a Colorado company that manufactures standard and custom safety signs, safety tags and custom... Read Full Story
Fri, 2014-02-14
Image of Stonehouse Signs Change It Up Service
Stonehouse Signs is known to their loyal customers for its “Change It Up®” service. But what exactly does that mean, and how does it help the average customer when purchasing safety signs or safety tags?What Is It? At its core, the “Change It Up” service allows customers to modify the look or... Read Full Story
Fri, 2014-02-07
The J.W. Stonehouse Font, Exclusively Created and Used by Stonehouse Signs
In the late 1920s, J.W. Stonehouse began producing his safety signs in a special font he created.  J.W. developed the font to be both effective and visually appealing on his safety sign products, which at the time were made to communicate the mining bell alarm system to coal miners. Why did J.... Read Full Story