Galasso Signs began way back in 1985, when sign writing required a brush, some paint and a lot of skill. We have grown a lot since those humble beginnings, and although we still possess those traditional skills we now have a workshop equipped with the latest in sign making technology to bring you the best service possible in sign manufacture. Our reputation for quality and good service has seen customers come back again and again and although we have a very strong local customer base, our skill have brought us to the attention of business all over the UK.
It’s an old cliché that ‘no job is large or too small’ but for us it is very true. We are as happy to make a one-off small sign
for a customer, as to carry out contract work on fleet of vehicles or fascia signs for a chain of shops, and all our customers receive a courteous and professional service, no matter what.
If you require any further information or would like us to arrange a free quotation, please telephone or email us on the contact us page.
We can offer help and advice on a vast range of signs and are able to show you a comprehensive portfolio of our work.
Before I started my own business, I used to do a lot of oil painting onto canvas and also gouache (water colour) paint which I learnt at Stevenage College (Primarily Art) for ‘A’ level on 1974, after that I did full time training in Graphics Design for three years (1975 to 1978) at the same college. After leaving college I got job Packaging and Graphics design for two half years at Welwyn Garden City then worked in Hitchin doing brochure and advertising designing for several companies.
My very first signwriting (hand paint) was for my friend’s garage, my friend has a lot of customers and contacts gave me a lot more work, I continued working at home for several months.
Gradually as my business grew and more customers I decided to move in to a small work shop at Bancroft (rear of Shilcock Estate), three years later (1988) my business continued to expanded successful then bought unit 4 factory at Wilbury Way.
As the company sales increased it became necessary to expand further so I purchased unit 5 and invested in to new technology purchasing pc driven vinyl cutter and CNC router. Our priorities are good customer service which has kept us extremely successful