Avonmouth Signs started back in 1976 when sign maker Rona Taylor, saw an opportunity to develop a family business involving her father, Jim Williams and her husband Mike. With Rona’s background in graphics, Mike's experience in engineering and Jim’s local contacts it was the perfect combination.
As demand and success for their handmade signs grew, the family invested in sign-making equipment and software to cope with the continued demand over the years. In 1998 they purchased an engraving business allowing Avonmouth Signs to add industrial and rotary engraving to their services.
By 2000 the business had outgrown their small unit, so the decision was made to build their own purpose-built unit. One of their key requirements was to ensure they had enough indoor space to accommodate vehicles of all sizes.
In 2015 the premises doubled in size in order to accommodate multiple vehicles at any one time, speeding up turnaround and ever-increasing demand for vehicle wrapping. Today Avonmouth Signs is run today by Rona and Mike’s son, Dan Taylor.