Wood Signs Add Authenticity and Warm, Welcoming Ambiance

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Want to project a welcoming atmosphere to your customers? Trying to make your business stand apart from big corporations? Convey a more personal, down to earth appearance by using wood signs. Whether as outdoor signs or indoor signs for lobbies, these are perfect for plucky startups and SMEs as well as cafes, bars, restaurants and hole-in-the-walls.

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Post and Panel Sign for Martel Regency Island Apartments in Los Angeles

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Passerbys need to know if you have apartments for rent!  This is a recent post and panel sign we installed for the Martel Regency Island Apartments in Los Angeles. With it, they can display really important information – namely if there are still units available!

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Custom Painted Sign for Private Project

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A custom painted sign isn’t just for businesses. It can be for private projects as well, throughout the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles area. After all, what do you do when you need an antique sign for a project but can’t find the real thing? You look for a premium sign solution, that’s what. The combined brain power of our design and production team are here to help! So, we took our best stab at recreating a vintage Foster and Kleiser sign for a walk-in customer. That’s how dedicated we are to meeting client demands! Continue reading “Custom Painted Sign for Private Project”