School Signs

School Signs
  • Our LED sign is much more than a sign. It’s a statement about the outstanding educational opportunities our students receive. We couldn’t be happier with the sign and Danthonia's service.'

    Steve McLuckie, Principal
    Southport State High School

 

Danthonia Designs is a national provider of signage solutions for schools, TAFEs and universities. We have designed, manufactured and installed digital and three-dimensional signs for over a thousand schools across the nation. You can view a broad sampling of sign projects in our photo gallery.

The exceptional appearance of our highly durable yet cost-effective signs makes us one of Australia’s leading sign suppliers for the education sector.

School Sign Catalogue (low rez - 12MB)

School Sign Catalogue (hi rez - 20 MB)

TAFE & Uni Sign Catalogue

Our Service
We offer a comprehensive sign service from the first sketch through to manufacturing and installation. Our prompt customer service includes ongoing training and technical support. If anything goes wrong with your sign, it’s our problem, not yours.

Value for Money
Our unique manufacturing methods, exceptionally durable materials and innovative technical design give you the best value for money. Materials are highly dent resistant, weather resistant, vandal resistant and low maintenance. Product Information

Long-Lasting Signs
From the footing hardware to the LED chips, we use only the highest quality materials available. You will never have to worry about rust, peeling paint or dim LEDs. For example we have designed custom extruded aluminium posts so there is no potential for rust. Our proprietary ‘hammer proof’ coating on our monument signage is literally hammer proof.

Warranty
Our guarantee of quality is backed by a 7-year full parts and service warranty on signage, posts and monument structures. A 5-year full parts and service warranty covers the LED signage. Our warranty is complete and comprehensive. It covers all costs including freight, labour, access equipment, parts etc. You can read the fine print here: Warranty