Julian CA Sign
Julian is home to 1,500 people; it has a Julian Historic District. “Julian” is named after Mike Julian, former Confederate soldier. Gold was discovered was found in the stream in the 1800s resulting in the Coleman Mining District. On February 22, 1870, the first “lode”, or hard rock, mining claim was filed in the Julian area. Julian experienced a gold rush and became a tent city overnight. During that time a wagon load of apple trees were planted and did well. These apples became the now famous Julian apples and Julian apple pies. In 1976, Julian approved a plan that required the exteriors of any buildings on Main Street be no younger in age than 1913 insuring Julian’s old world look. While gold mining has slowed it did not stop. In1989, two individuals (Benjamin Haimes of Encino) and Gustav Oran Hudson (of El Cajon) disputed a claim to land to the Ready Relief and Hubbard Mines in Julian’s Chariot Canyon (historically owned by the Bureau of Land Management) over rights to an area where both had intentions to prospect for gold. Fights resulted in the “Chariot Canyon Massacre,” In 1991 fast food restaurants arrived. Today some Luxury home developments have been built. Need signs in this area? Signs for San Diego provides signs for the area, At Signs for San Diego we design, build and install all sorts of signs. Have a project we can help with? Give is a call!
Solar Power Monument Signs for San Diego provides solar for locations where electrical is not available and for environmental reasons. Solar is an interesting option. There are areas where it makes a lot of sense. At this location the whole site is historic. Much of this mission have never been excavated and running a trench
Sign Face turns black We see this all the time. It is normally on the south or east facing signs and it takes 3-4 years. The vinyl turns black or fades to white. Digital prints with no laminate turn to fade to white, laminated digital printed last a lot longer, but tend to turn black.
Blade Sign Brick Hotel Blade Sign Brick Hotel A Blade Sign is a sign that projects out from a wall or hangs down from the ceiling. Blade signs a perfect for pedestrian areas where other marquee letters or 3d letters will not work. The most common places to see blade signs is inside and along
We do not do everything, but we do make:
- Retail Shopping Mall Signs
- Monument signs, these come in different favors, but here are the more popular:
- Professional Office Signs
- Business Park Signs
- Dimensional Lettering for the business name. These are a form of customer sign that Signs for San Diego makes on a CNC router
- Lobby Signs, while retail stores tend to have a single large space, Businesses and professional service signs tend to have a lobby and a back area
- Dock Numbers, that tell trucks where to load and unload
- Unit IDs, Restroom Signs and more