Brushed Aluminum ADA Signs

Signs for San Diego, a Commercial Sign Company, makes handicapped signage, ada signs, directional signage, back of house ada signs, Max Capacity Signs, Stairwell Signs, Evacuation Maps, handicap parking signage, parking signage, wayfinding, and handicap signage. Are you buying your ADA signs from a distributor or a manufacturer?

When people think about ADA signs many think about a sanitary blue plastic sign with white letters. There are a lot of these around and they look…. sanitary and cheap. With real- estate costs and rents sky high in the San Diego region, many property owners, managers, and builders want to make their properties as attractive as possible. This justifies the rents better; it retains tenants and creates a better impression. For a small amount more brushed metal is much much more attractive. The reason most building owners order plastic is because they view the blue plastic as the generic choice. This is a mistake.

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Use Metal, specifically brushed Aluminum. It is nearly impossible to tell brushed silver, brushed stainless steel from brushed Aluminum. This is particularly true when they are not side by side. Metal is always seen as the better and more expensive alternative. This makes your building look more expensive, and more upscale. The technique of brushing metal also creates a surface that hides fingerprints, dirt, and other imperfection. Plastic does not. The actual material is known as DiBond. DiBond is two thin aluminum sheets with a quality of metal.

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a 2 layer ADA Men's room sign

Signs for San Diego makes a full line of brush aluminum ADA signs in our Oceanside factory.

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I, Frank Murch was born in Honolulu. Dad was an Army Captain. After his separation he drove my 2-year-old self and Mom to Colorado. After starting Kindergarten and terrorizing my parents, brother and sister for 20 years, I graduated both Kindergarten and the University of Colorado. I worked at Coors Porcelain for a time and then a series of high-tech companies in California, Pennsylvania, New York, and Tokyo. Along the way I gathered letters to drag behind my name MSEng, MBA.  30 years later I started Signs for San Diego. Signs for San Diego is a manufacturing company. Much more about building signs than other Sign Companies; it comes from my background. Technical Capability is a focus. We are a wholesale source for the industry. We want to make the best sign possible. It is in my DNA. Applying 30 years of manufacturing experience and 10 years of entrepreneurial experience make us the best sign company around. I also am of the HP management culture, Inclusion, respect and treating people as adults makes Signs for San Diego a happy place to work. We are looking for customers that match our culture, happy, better quality, and better than what is generally available