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Poke 123 Channel Letters

Posted by Frank Murch | Jun 5, 2018 10:00:00 AM

At Signs for San Diego, we perform professional ground installations and aerial installations. National sign companies use the best installers around a country to put signs on buildings. Poke 123 is one example of this.

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Topics: illuminated Sign, Channel Letters Carlsbad CA, Channel Letters Escondido CA, Channel Letters Oceanside CA, Channel Letters San Clemente CA, Channel Letters San Marcos CA, Channel Letters Vista CA, Channel Letter, channel Letters Encinitas, channel letter install, channel letters dana point ca

Doctor Smart Phone Channel Letters

Posted by Frank Murch | Mar 21, 2017 10:00:00 AM

If you have a business in a strip mall, you are going to need a channel letter set.

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Topics: Neon Channel letters, LED Channel Letters, Channel Letters San Marcos CA, Electric Signs, illuminated Sign

What are Flex Face Signs and How do they work?

Posted by Frank Murch | Dec 1, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Most of the illuminated signs use plastic. The light comes through the plastic and the image is backlit. Flex Face Signs are the same, but we replace the plastic with a banner like material stretched like the face of a dumb.

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Topics: new sign face, Flex Faces, illuminated Sign, illuminated billboard, Illuminated Sign Cabinets, flexible face, neon signs, outdoor signs

Learn How Mall and Shopping Center Signs Pull In Customers

Posted by Frank Murch | Apr 6, 2015 10:23:00 AM


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Topics: Neon Channel letters, LED Channel Letters, Strip Mall Channel Letters, illuminated Sign

Royalie and a Push Through LED Building Sign

Posted by Frank Murch | Dec 18, 2014 6:01:00 AM

What is you could have bought from Coco Chanel before she created one of the most coveted and respected labels in the world. Or Vera Wang, or Giorgio Armani or Alison Choi?

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Topics: building signs, LED Light Box, illuminated Sign, Acrylic Sign,

Use lighted signs to accent your lobby – two new solutions

Posted by Frank Murch | Jun 4, 2014 5:16:00 AM

Since the 1920s neon has been a lighting source of choice for signs. In the late 1930s fluorescent lamps also have been used. But in the past 5 years both of these have lost market share and are now disappearing. LEDs have replaced these traditional light sources and with good reason. LEDs are brighter, run cold and run on low voltage. LED lighting is also much much smaller.

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Topics: LED Light Box, Acrylic thin light box, Crystal Edge, LED Picture Frame, LEDCONN, lighted sign, illuminated Sign


Whether you need a channel letter set, a monument signs, ADA signs, wayfinding signs, lobby signs, or any other type of commercial building signage, we can help! Signs for San Diego is the best sign company for building signs.


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