Its always a joy to get involved with a company that wants to make their reception area look like a million bucks. We were able to help Wade-Howard with their office signage giving them the professional look and feel they needed to represent their company properly. You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression and this sign is all class.
How do you wrap a vehicle, truck or van? Start by using the correct media to wrap your vehicle with. We use 3M 180 with an over laminate insuring proper protection and longevity. With proper materials your van wrap, truck wrap or vehicle wrap will have a long life and look great. This material is the same that we use for our stickers. Need more info? Give us a call! 619-441-8901. Or check out our website at attention-getters.com.
So… we just put the deposit down for our new CNC router and now we have a problem. Where are we going to put this beautiful, new piece of sign making equipment? I guess its chaos until the storm of making room for the 4′ x 8′ table gets completed. BTW, CNC stands for computerized numerical control and allows us to cut wood, plex, metal to exact specifications. It will free up our creativity and ability to get your signs done on time and in budget!
One of our favorite clients was in need of a monument sign. We felt that it really needed to reflect the class and professionalism of their organization so we designed a solid, contemporary looking sign that would complement their business. A good monument sign is a real branding opportunity that will advertise your business for years. They love their new sign and so do we!
One of the intimidating aspects of getting signage for your business is the sign permitting process. All the requirements and drawings that are needed can feel like your chasing after an uncatchable rabbit. Here is a short video showing some of the process and hopefully can help you get past the feelings of frustration before they happen. Or better still, bring your sign project to us and we’ll take care of the whole thing!
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