Posted by Frank Murch | Mar 19, 2020 8:00:00 AM
Teak Warehouse started making furniture out of teak in the 1970s. The furniture has made appearances on TV shows, movies, in resorts, and in public places. They sell to architects, landscapers, designers, restaurants, studios, the boating world, and to the public. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Teak Warehouse is a major force in the teak furniture market.
A new gateway signals Teak Warehouse’s confidence and pride in its business. This arch greets the public as they visit the San Diego showroom. It is about 25 feet high and 35 feet wide. LED lighting in the letters illuminates the name at night. It spans the entrance to their showroom (8400 Miramar Rd, San Diego, CA 92126).
At Signs for San Diego, we specialize in iconic signs. In the second photo, our workers use a crane to install the archway. The sign is supported with heavy steel square beams in two concrete footings, and the overhead section lifted into place. It was fully engineered to account for all foreseeable stresses.
Do you have a unique project or a vision for signage like this? We would love to work with you at Signs for San Diego.