A little over thirty years ago I, (Eric Sheler, owner) threw my hat into the proverbial ring and started a sign company with my older brother. More a partnership of convenience than love, it ended after nine years - so it goes. Fast forward another 24 years and here I am, with a great team and a blessed business! It’s ...
Large signs need large underground bases. Here we are boring a hole that will eventually contain concrete and a large steel pipe that the sign will be mounted to.
A standard channel letter is a three-dimensional graphic sign element. Its channel is fabricated from sheet metal, most often aluminum since it will not rust. A flat sheet of aluminum is typically cut on a table by a computer-controlled router. This creates the back of the channel and is the basis for the letter shape.