The Good Lutheran Church has a lovely and large freestanding sign at their Jericho, Vermont location. The problem has always been that the side facing the western exposure gets a lot of sunlight, and consequently, a lot of damage from the sunlight. They considered replacing the sign, but we suggested a cost-saving plan of refurbishing the sign instead. We felt that the sign was well constructed despite its appearance.
Church members sanded and painted the edge of the wooden sign panels. They then brought the sign panel to us and we removed the logo and painted it. We produced the same layout, producing it as a large vinyl graphic, which was then applied to a durable, rigid substrate. The logo was screw-mounted to each side and looks great as a dimensional piece. We applied the rigid substrate panel, complete with vinyl graphics and the dimensional logo, to each side.
Kinsington Court’s sign, on the other hand, was made by us more than ten years ago. It withstood the test of time, but now needed some refurbishing. See how the paint has chalked, and the paint pigment lost?
We repaired damage, removed dirt and grime (including some mushrooms!), primed it, and repainted the sign panel its original color. While it doesn't look brand spanking new, it looks very clean and attractive.
We re-do vehicles, too! Tom Moore has a successful residential building and remodeling business. He asked us to letter his vehicle several years ago with forest green cut vinyl. It was a great advertising tool--the lettering was large enough to be considered a billboard (by Vermont standards).
When he rebranded his company's image, he asked us to remove the graphics and apply a partial wrap. His full color vehicle graphics now communicate his image as a quality builder.