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California Lighted Sign Company

Californis Sign Contractor

If you are looking for a new business sign, with all the sign companies out there, And choosing one can be challenging, since not all sign companies can contract for business signage, without a California state electric sign contractor license. A sign can be a huge investment, and you have to make a choice, that will work for you. Here are some smart tips to keep in mind when you are sign shopping. Find out about the different warranties that your sign company offers.

We normally offer 2 years on electrical, and 7 years on color fastness. You do not want to spend a couple thousand dollars on a sign that will burn out fast, or fade out so you can’t read it. Instead, ask for a warranty. Use online search sites, such as bing.com, or google.com to help you determine the company that will best suit your needs. These sites allow you to enter all the pertinent information about your sign. Be sure to look for a licensed sign contractor. If your sign company is not licensed with the state, you may fall victim to sub standard materials being used. Make a list of the things that are important to your signage needs. For example, do you need to have it lighted?

What size should it be? What color do you want? Are there other logos or design concepts you are looking for? By making a list of your must-have features, you can avoid a sign that will be ineffective in delivering customers to your door. Sign shopping is something that you should not rush. Take your time and look at all the options available to you. Look at some other signs to see what stands out, and what does not. Take some pictures of what you like, and then incorporate your own ideas. This is a great way to make sure, that you can get the signage you want, at the price you want. If you need help, please fill out the form below for more information.



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600 mm (30 in by 24 in) Business Loop shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs (sign M1-2). Uses the Roadgeek
at center of town, sign location is unknown.

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