Modern Design

Our designers are the best in the industry in creating the signs that meet your expectations.

Sign Engeneering

Our team includes a licensed structural engineer with specific expertise in sign engineering.

High Quality

We bring added value to your business by creating and offering the best signs in the industry.

Free Estimates

We go beyond the dollar figure to help you develop a solution that makes sense for your business.

Channel Cabinet
Channel Letters
Custom Interior Signs
Custom Signs
Electronic Marquee
Pylon Sign
Routed Letters
Standard Marquee


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We will match any licensed competitor’s written estimate for comparable pricing, plus beat it by 5%.

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Payment options and discounts

We accept all major credit cards as well as traditional forms of payment. Discounts also apply when certain conditions are met.

What is a sign?

A sign is any device, fixture, placard or structure that uses any color, form, graphic, illumination, symbol or writing to advertise, announce the purpose of or identify the purpose of a person or entity, or to communicate information of any kind to the public.

(Well, that’s the technical definition. In other words, a sign is something you put outside to tell people something, with or without the use of words!)

What types of signs are there?

There are many different types of signs with various shapes, locations and messages, but they can generally be grouped in the following types:

Ground Pole Signs
A ground pole sign is a sign which is supported by one or more poles, uprights or braces in or upon the ground, which are not a part of a building.

Wall Signs
A wall sign is a sign which is attached to, and/or affixed to, the face of a building or structure. A wall sign can not extend more than 24″ from the face of the exterior wall to which it is attached.

Temporary Signs
A temporary sign is a sign, banner, inflatable or other advertising device constructed of wood, cloth, canvas, fabric or other light material, with or without a structural frame, intended for a limited period of display, including decorative displays for holidays or public demonstrations. A mobile temporary sign is a sign supported on a mobile frame, with or without wheels, and includes the “trailer sign.”

Directional Signs
A directional sign is an on-premise sign containing noncommercial messages, including, but not limited to, designation of rest rooms, telephone locations, restrictions on smoking and door openings. A directional sign may also be used for private traffic control.

Are permits required for signs?

Permits are required for all signs erected, moved or substantially modified if the sign exceeds 10 square feet in size and is not an allowable temporary sign. If the sign is lighted, an electrical permit may be required.

Do I need a permit for signs inside my store?

Signs inside of the windows of a commercial building are not regulated, but all other signs are regulated in one form or another.

Why do you have to be licensed to install a sign?

Licensed sign erectors are required to install signs if the sign is electrified, or exceeds 32 square feet in area. Also, if the sign extends seven feet or more above grade or you are paying to have someone install it.

Where do I call for sign questions in my city?

The Zoning Ordinance establishes districts throughout the City that specify how properties and buildings are to be used. The purpose of zoning districts is to separate incompatible uses in order to reduce conflicts between property owners, protect property values and promote the general welfare and development of the city.

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