When your sign is being vandalized, you come up with a solution! Someone was removing letters from the bottom of the Maryvale monument sign, so Tarzana based Premium Sign Solutions made two custom laser contour cut plaques that were then stud-mounted to the customer’s stucco monument. The digital prints were applied with gloss UV lamination for added protection. The solid pieces with fixed letters make them more tamper-proof. Sometimes, the regular ways to maintain outdoor signs just won’t cut it, and that’s when drastic measures like repairs and tamper-proof lettering are called for!
Maryvale was founded in 1856 and it has cared for those in need for 161 years. It provides residential care for young girls, mental health services for individuals and families, and emergency placement care for young children. Maryvale is dedicated to using its resources and deep well of experience to provide the highest quality programs while responding to the community’s needs.
Want your sign to have an impact? Make it prime selfie material! Give your customers a memorable experience by providing cut outs they can interact with, creating on the spot photo opportunities. Everyone has a fun time and your establishment gets some free publicity.
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You know those address letters you see on large buildings? Some of those are handmade! In this age of automated, instantly-made everything, there are still some things that are carefully and meticulously made by hand, with attention to detail and priority on quality instead of mass-production. Storefront signs, company logos in lobbies, even those illuminated pylon signs high up on posts, they’re still made by hand in the U S of A. Continue reading “Handmade is Still Best Made in San Fernando Valley”
Premium Sign Solutions was present and accounted for at the Taste of Encino Festival in Los Angeles, demonstrating how interactive signs make great event booths! We had a photobooth composed of half-inch thick posterboard with a full color digital print, displaying a cheeky reference to our favorite hit science-fiction and suspense series!
The Taste of Encino Festival occurs every October and is filled with business booths, vendors, family-friendly activities for everyone, as well as a whole lot of food, beer, wine and live entertainment!
Graffiti is back in Los Angeles, and in San Fernando Valley artistes like Levi Fonz Ponce are making murals of iconic figures that are meaningful to the community. And to think they used to be seen as eyesores, as the defacement of public property, spray painted by unruly youngsters out to Stick It to The Man. Vandalism, it was called, named after the Vandals, barbarians who invaded Rome and broke all their stuff. But now graffiti’s become accepted in the arts scene, seen as a free expression of the human spirit heedless of property boundaries, now displayed as striking murals in public spaces across big cities like Los Angeles, wall art for upscale establishments, even as office decoration for more laid back workplaces. It’s an intriguing shift, but how did it happen?
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So you’ve gotten a perfect outdoor sign that’ll catch the eye of each passersby, turning them from potential into actual customer the second they walk through the door and are wowed by the goods you’re offering. Awesome, you’ve understood that your sign sends a message and even used the best color combinations, and now you stand above the rest of your competition in San Fernando Valley or even crowded Los Angeles! So there’s nothing to worry about anymore, right? Well… actually, now that you’ve gotten your perfect sign, you have to keep it looking that way with proper maintenance!
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Premium Sign Solutions fabricated and installed a custom banner for The Alcove in Malibu. The storefront sign keeps things simple with a plain white background, so the black text of The Alcove’s logo really stand out. The vinyl banner is temporary while we manufacture their edge-lit channel letters.
The Alcove is an oasis of cool, a fashion store specializing in a casual style they call “beach chic.” They curate and elevate fresh styles mainly from the US. In their own words: “We believe in soft fabrics, comfort and above all, style.“
Looking for a holiday gift that your coworker, friend or family member will love? How about some sweets? Everyone loves the stuff, and if they don’t then that means there’ll be more for you! Win-win. So stop by See’s Candies in Calabasas for a box of chocolates or two. There you can see the signs we installed for them! We provided See’s Candies with halo- lit channel letters and a custom illuminated blade sign that makes the beloved confectionery store stand out day in and day out.
See’s Candies is a beloved brand that’s been making “American-made delicious since 1921.” Candy, chocolates, and seasonal gifts, See’s has it all and makes them all the right way and with quality without compromise!
Here we are having a team meeting, touching base and sorting things out early in the workday before we split up and get started with our tasks. It’s part of our workplace routine and is a crucial part of getting organized. Imagine a restaurant, this would be like the chefs meeting and discussing what everyone’s ordered for dinner and planning out how to make everything.
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We’ve already talked about the basics of how signs send a message. Do you know that this also applies to the color combinations you use for your signs? Yes, the types of colors you choose will affect your business’ visibility, which is crucial in highly competitive areas like Los Angeles or San Fernando Valley. This applies to everything from your outdoor signs to your indoor signs, and of course the aesthetics of the rest of your establishments. It’ll help to get a better idea of how color combinations can help your business stand out!
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