Ever wonder where monument signs come from?  Signs for San Diego does local and national monuments for other sign companies and direct. Here is a great example. This sign is for a sign company near San Francisco. They sold the sign and we made it.

Monument sign awaiting lettering

Monument sign awaiting lettering

In this case the customer wanted a wood base and a dimensional letter text area.  Wood is problematic is outdoor signs. After a number of years, it starts to look worn and weathered. We don’t generally use wood, but we use a synthetic wood used for decking.  It wears much better and looks good for many years. It is also harder to cut and work with.

The cabinet is an Aluminum frame and sheet Aluminum cut to exact size and painted.  Aluminum welding and fabrication is not easy. We use a welding process called MIG Aluminum.  The paint is from our inhouse paint system, and we mix the amount, and color we need for the job.  It is durable and looks great

The letters are cut on a CNC router, they are Acrylic. We use Acrylic because of its durability are ability to take a beating.

finished monument awaiting crating and shipping

finished monument awaiting crating and shipping

Signs for San Diego, we provide customized monument signs of all shapes and sizes. We start with your design and design a manufacturable sign that meets your needs

Do you need a monument sign for West coast San Diego or East Coast or somewhere in between? We can help!  Signs for San Diego has the design, manufacturing, shipping, and installation ability to handle your project. Contact us to talk about your options today. 760-730-1350