About Orange Signs

Orange Signs was born out of passion 15 years ago, and it is that same passion which sees us driving us forward today as we head towards the apex of the signage industry. 

Our track record of excellence speaks for itself, and we are now covering multiple states as we continue to work exclusively in the signage game alongside some of the best sign writers in the industry.  

Orange Signs isn’t just a business: signage is our passion and represents the way that we like to go about things, which is via innovation, excellence and energy.  

But don’t just take our word for it: 

Give Orange Signs a try and find out for yourself! 

What we live by

Our Core Values


We will communicate with you every step of the way to keep you up to date and informed . Because some jobs change and evolve and we want to keep you part of the process.

Be part of a smarter planet

Use products where we can that are friendlier to the environment, and to people in the spaces we are installing our signage, for our generation and the one to come.

Strong relationship with our clients

Your business is only as good as your relationships! We love building strong relationships, because we love people of every walk of life. Respect, and loyalty mean everything to us.

Employing talented people

Staff are the lifeblood of any business, that’s why it is the most important thing to get right. We not only employ talented people but also with the right attitude, and humility.

what our happy client have to say


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How we are different

We spend more up-front time with you to clarify details others gloss over, or won’t consult you about.  You will get quotes which are more accurate.  You will be better informed, guided, consulted and educated about all the options available to you.  You will get the best value for your spend. We can inform you about solutions and options you may not be aware of, which can better maximise your budget and design decisions.

No disappointments.  No surprises.  No rip-offs.

“The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.”