Ray Ford Signs
Ray Ford Signs relocated to Katanning 1982, and moved to current location at the Powerhouse in 1990 when Ray & Julie purchased the building from the SEC.
Although Ray is one of the few traditional sign writers left, the business has grown to include the latest in sign technology, with wide format printing available here in Katanning.
All our sign frames are made onsite, with quality Australian steel also self locking A frames made to order and unique pen signs. Whether for vehicles, boats, real estate, farms, house, honour boards, plaques we can cover all of your sign writing needs.
Signs can be made on many mediums – Aluminium, Steel, ACM , Corefute. Banners can be printed on site & finished locally by V & G Canvas Katanning. Not sure what you want? Ray can design something to suit.
History of our workshop:
Built in 1949, to replace the Electric Light & Power Station located next to the DOME part of the
Katanning Flour Mill. It originally housed the new diesel power station owned by State Electricity Commission until the newsubstation was built in 1989 on the Kojonup Road.