Pamela Dirkes, the founder of BlackBook Bikini swimwear, has a passion for selling unique swimwear to people who love to have fun outdoors, water activities, and looking good while they have fun. She strives to make her customers feel like one of a kind in her one-of-a-kind swimsuits. So, for a unique store that sells unique swimwear, why not have a unique sign to match the aesthetic?Read More
If you have a business in a strip mall, you are going to need a channel letter set.Read More
Channel Letters are made from a lighting element, metal and plastic. In many cases the plastic weathers and wears out faster than the metal or the light elements. The plastic can be replaced.Read More
The best way to attract and grow a clientile and make a name for yourself. Many Shopping Centers require tenants to have illuminated channel letters. Signs for San Diego loves to do these and we do a lot of them. We can take your logo, name and graphics and make them into the illumenated Channel letter set you will be proud of. We use alumimum to shape the letters, the faces are translucent acrylic with a layer of vinyl. These are lit with energy-efficient LEDs (light-emitting diodes). Highly visible during the day and night, illuminated channel letters also stand out.Read More
Neon sign operating costs put a serious dent in your profits Neon is so 1950s. Hey when electric power is 3 cents a Kw hour – who cares, but today… it is a lot different. Neon signs deteriorate over the years and require service. The service interruptions, the increasing cost of replacements and the extinction of qualified shop to work on Neon are all working against your old sign.
Every industry has its own set of terms and “Channel Letters” are a great example. “Channel Letters” are used on restaurants, retail stores, large businesses and many other places. “Channel Letters” are the common lighted signs seen everywhere. So let's define some signage term!