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Installing post-mounted road signs is a relatively simple process that can be completed with a few basic tools. In this blog post, we will walk you through the steps necessary to properly install post-mounted road signs.

Step 1: Gather the necessary tools and materials Before you begin, make sure you have all of the necessary tools and materials. You will need a post-mounted road sign, a post, a level, a drill, and concrete mix.

Step 2: Prepare the site Choose a location for the sign that is visible to traffic and meets all local and state regulations. Clear the area of any debris or obstacles, and make sure the ground is level.

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Step 3: Install the post Using the level, ensure that the post is vertical and plumb. Use the drill to make holes in the ground for the post. Mix the concrete according to the manufacturer's instructions and pour it into the holes. Allow the concrete to cure for at least 24 hours.

Step 4: Attach the sign Once the concrete has cured, attach the sign to the post using the hardware provided. Make sure the sign is level and secure.

 

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Step 5: Final inspection Inspect the sign to ensure that it is properly installed and that it is visible to traffic. Make any necessary adjustments and ensure that the sign is secure.

Installing post-mounted road signs is a simple process that can be completed with a few basic tools. By following the steps outlined in this blog post, you can ensure that your road signs are properly installed and visible to traffic. Always be sure to follow all local and state regulations when installing road signs.

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