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Make Your Stadium Standout with Vehicle and Pedestrian Traffic Solutions

Posted on: September 24th, 2018 by Garrett

With the crisp fall air starting to roll into town, along comes the new sports seasons all around the country. The MLB is nearing the playoffs, the MLS is off and running, both NFL and college football have already kicked off, and the NHL and NBA are preparing for their upcoming seasons. While the excitement is building, it’s time to start getting your buildings ready…

Make Parking Spots Pop at Truck Stops with Portable Sign Bases

Posted on: July 13th, 2018 by Garrett

After a full day of driving the big rig, truck drivers are just looking for a spot to park their truck and relax. It’s almost always a long and somewhat stressful day, dealing with traffic and making deliveries. So, finding a place to post up should be nice and easy for these drivers, right? That’s not always the case. There’s a real issue at truck…

Ideal Shield is the Ace of (Sign) Bases

Posted on: February 9th, 2018 by Garrett

When customers pull up to your sign bases, the idea is for them to have clear direction to what spot they’re in and/or where they should go. When they see the sign, it should open up their eyes, when they see the sign. And there isn’t a sign base on the market that opens up more eyes than Ideal Shield’s plastic sign bases.  Made from…

How to Improve Self-Storage Facilities with Bollard Covers, Sign Bases and More

Posted on: May 1st, 2017 by Garrett

In the wide world of self-storage facility units, accident prevention is key. That’s especially true when you have people of all ages, coming and going all throughout the day, bumping into to things, and possibly leaving damage in their wake.  That damage can be done from maneuvering trucks, both large and small, around the facility and backing up to the dock doors. As well as…

While Firefighters Protect the Nation, Ideal Shield Helps Protect the Fire Station

Posted on: March 6th, 2017 by Garrett

Firefighters are some of the most important people in any and every town. As the first responders to the most dangerous and life threatening situations, they’re the heroes that should be on the covers of magazines, comic books and newspapers. They’re that important.  But, while the brave men and women that risk their lives on a daily basis to protect our assets, who is out there to protect…

Portable Sign Bases are for Everyone

Posted on: January 11th, 2017 by Garrett

Signage. It’s something that we use every day but not many people really spend time thinking about on a day-to-day basis. But, we hear at Ideal Shield, devote ourselves to improving the wonderful world of sign base systems each and every day. And our new and improved portable sign base is here to change the game for everyone. Made from durable, heavy-duty, HDPE plastic, our…

Pick It Up: Curbside Pickup Sign Solutions

Posted on: November 1st, 2016 by Alex

Curbside pickup is making huge waves in the retail and grocery world these days. It’s been wildly popular with restaurants, and even pharmacies, for quite a few years, but it’s really starting to pick up steam in other industries as well. Life get busier all the time, so anytime you can order something online and pick it up without leaving our vehicles is a major…

Don’t McGyver Your Sign Bases

Posted on: October 27th, 2016 by Alex

Each and everyday, hardworking public servants and private employees have to haul around old, heavy, poorly constructed sign bases to help get their job done. For example, the police officer in the image below being forced to lug this heavy “sign” around to direct traffic. Did MacGyver put that contraption together? It’s time for employees, business owners and city leadership say “no more” to these…

Concrete is Not Ideal for Sign Bases, Parking Blocks

Posted on: June 28th, 2016 by Alex

More and more companies are veering away from concrete when installing or replacing sign bases and parking blocks. I don’t blame them. Concrete is heavy and expensive to ship, difficult to move, and it crumbles into an unsightly mess. Concrete degrades over time, as anyone who has ever complained about potholes in the roads is aware. There are numerous causes of concrete degradation; weather conditions,…