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Let us be your complete signage solution. Click image to find out more
The sky is the limit with digital print, click photo of more info.
On vehicles or office windows, oneway vision is a great option.
OHS & Safety signs for legal specifications or custom made to suit your needs
Aframes & pull up banners are a easy and versatile display & advertising option.
Daytona Signs was established by Brian Degenhardt in 1983 and has be operating in Melrose Park since this time. Brian began the business pursuing his two passions, signwriting and high performance engine building. However signage won out and this soon became the primary business. Always looking for a new challenge, Brian's technical mind and skill was always kept busy with his continuing involvement in Motorsport, then leading to aviation in which Brian has built 2 award winning aircraft.
Over it's 30 years of trading Daytona's core team has virtually remained unchanged. This continuity of staff allows us to service our clients, many of which have been with us from the beginning, with ease and consistency.
Rachel Daldry, Brian's daughter joined the business 1990 with a focus on computer added design and production. Always keen to learn something new, her lastest endeavour is web design as shown here by this site.
Trevor Warner, has been a key part of the Daytona team for about 24 years. Whether it is the modern techniques of vehicle wrapping or traditional hand lettering, his attention to detail is a true assest to our business.
Jane Degenhardt also works in admin & production, Paul Maziakowski is another highly experienced tradesman that also joins our team
We are very lucky to have experienced and highly skilled staff which allows us to provide our clients with quality sign prodution and service.
Monday to Friday
8.30am - 5.00pm
This product can also be used on office/shop windows giving a large sign area without blocking your view or sunlight.
Email or call (08) 8277 1303 for more information.
Below shows and inside and out view - the top & bottom panels are solid digit print, applied to the inside of the glass. The central panels are printed on oneway vision media - you can see from the inside image that the oneway panels are barely noticable.