signage is tax deductible
Signage is a depreciable asset & therefore is deductible under the instant asset write-off for small & medium business.
With the EOFY just around the corner make the most of this saving and order your new sign today!
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Your name in lights
Want to win $8000 of illuminated signage?
To enter, simply spend $300 or more on signage before May 31st 2019 for your chance to win new Illuminated Signage for your business.
Contact the team at Signarama Wollongong for more information about our products on 1300 157 060
Follow the link to enter https://signarama.com.au/promotion/your-name-in-lights
With an aging community, one large area of concern is Dementia.
A large number of studies now show that by creating a homely environment with calming distractions will reduce patient agitation thereby increases patient quality of life.
This can be facilitated by creating a fit for purpose dementia environment within the existing built product by the use of signage.
Signarama Wollongong can provide dementia facilities with signage solutions in line with the Dementia Training Australia (DTA) dementia environmental design principles.
Scenic wall prints, fence murals, personalised door signs, corridor graphics, exit decoy prints.
Call us today to discuss how we can assist you with your faclity.
Sky Sign Aland
As you can imagine there was a number of hours involved with the project management of this job. From design and manufacture through to the logistics and installation Signarama Surry Hills and Signarama Wollongong did it all.
#Aland is a large construction company who also sponsor the Parramatta Eels. The job is located at 387 Macquarie St, Liverpool Sydney. Previously we have produced LED crane signs for them for one of their many building projects.
So whether your business signage requires the smallest of vinyl decals right through to sky signs Signarama Surry Hills and Signarama Wollongong can help you take your branding to new heights!
Call us today to help you with your next signage project."