Over the years, older communities have signs that, if not already, begin to rot away. Styles and colors changes as the trends change every passing year and people just want something that looks better.
In this case, Oceana, a small series of communities witnessed their neighbor’s Homeowner’s Association get new signs. They wanted to hop on the bandwagon and get new signs too. So, they called Signs for San Diego for help.
Here at Signs for San Diego, we used PVC so it won’t rot like wood will. It keeps the bugs away too. PVC is a type of material that resists weather, insects, damage from abuse. It’s practically invincible!
The colors were exactly matched with Latex printing and we use a laminate that resists fading and further protects the sign.
We also installed it. We have expert installers mount this as well as other signs properly and professionally to make sure they last.
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