Signs made from reclaimed materials are not only environmentally friendly, they also create a unique look that is right at home here in the Northwest.
Many businesses today want to put into practice their concern for the environment by using reclaimed materials in their building – and even in the artwork they display in their place of business. It can also be accomplished in the creation of signs. Using wood as a backdrop for a sign or for the actual sign that has been reclaimed from the demolition of the building is just one of many ways to incorporate the uniqueness of reclaimed materials when it comes to signage.
Perhaps the biggest benefit is the uniqueness of the sign created from reclaimed materials. The look is one-of-a-kind; the story behind the sign can be re-told to customers. These signs often become a conversation piece in the place of business.
So whether it’s reclaiming steel from specific makes of cars at local salvage yards for the purpose of having them cut specifically to be used as the directional signage and the brand signs for major car dealerships, or the use of vintage car parts as lobby signs for small businesses, we find our customers saying “we love our sign”.
Some examples of materials used in our reclaimed signs include saw blades from a saw mill in Warrenton Or., ’65 Mustang, ’64 Impala, ’67 Chevelle, cedar barn and pallet boards. Let us create signage for your business that has a story, then we will hear you say “we love our sign”.
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