Does your Sign Company actually make Signs? Channel Letters

So you need a sign for your business. But where do you turn? When you need a sign, you are faced with a ton of Sign Shops. Too large and you will not get the attention needed to make something special and too small, you are dealing with a distributor

 

Who are the manufacturers? How can you tell who is actually making signs and who is reselling the signs that other companies are making? From the outside, it can be impossible to tell. There are 3 ways to be sure.

1. Who has a contractor’s license? If the company you are looking at does not have a CL-45, you are dealing with a pretender.

an automatic bender working toform letters

an automatic bender working toform letters

2. Who is Underwriter Certified? If the company is not UL rated, it is not building signs

Fabracated letters being assemblied after welding and paint

Fabracated letters being assemblied after welding and paint

3. Visit – Once you have sorted out the companies without the credentials, get in the car and visit them. If they have the people, the equipment and the p not physical abilities?

Making channel letter faces

Making channel letter faces

After separating the sign companies into who has the abilities and who is selling the abilities of others, the next step is to find the right size. Small manufacturers want your business, larger companies may not. Find a company that will serve your needs

It is this simple. Signs for San Diego wants your business and would like to talk with you.