Here at The International Sign Company … .things are B U S Y!! Big signs, little signs (Mostly BIG signs). We are being tested. We certainly aren’t “First responders” but a lot of folks are struggling without a sign thanks to hurricane Irma. Others that are simply in need of a sign for their
Hurricane Irma left many businesses without a sign and many, many more with costly damage. Back in 2000 before many of the Big Name hurricanes blew through, the sign code stipulated that you had to have enough cement in the ground for your sign to withstand 100mph wind gusts. Since then, one municipality after
Owners of Grain & Berry (Doug and Trey) are on a mission. They are bringing this popular California franchise to Florida. And they’re doing it fast. They certainly kept the pressure on The International Sign Co. Signs had to be up for the Grand Opening on July 28th . . . . Permits cleared
My new friend Sam Izanini, just completed his latest purchase. The old Days Inn is now the new Palms Inn with upgrades happening daily. This was a fun one. The old pole sign was 70’ feet in the air and the 12’ x 30’ sign needed some love before displaying the Palms Inn logo.
This time of the year is very special and full of magic and excitement. I would like to show you some of the behind the scenes of the signs that I provide. Happy Holidays!!! Digital Displays These are some upclose shots of awesome Digital Displays much like the ones we made for Coleman’s Insurance
We got a call from Stephen, owner of Nordvind Condo Association located at 12700 Gulf Blvd in Treasure Island, Fl. His oversized sign face couldn’t hold up to the recent winds. We replaced the flat plastic faces with high-end flex face material that takes great digital prints. Their new full-color parrot logo adds nice
John’s Pass located in beautiful Madeira Beach, Fl. The old John’s Pass sign was pretty cool with the 3-dimensional fish. But, father time and old lady weather had left it rotting away. The locals were looking for something more contemporary and internally illuminated. They wanted new . . . that looked aged. The International