This custom sign box for Harley School was a unique project with many elements. The box was lined with angle iron, and then skinned in ⅛” dibond. We custom cut the faces on our CNC router, along with the leaf design shown on the front. A truly one of a kind sign and a fantastic outcome to a great project!
This A-frame sign with a 24x36” digitally printed sign insert for John Kucko was a last second job for his charity events in support of Ukraine. John came to us last second with a need for some type of signage he could set up next to his table at various meet and greets around Rochester...
This set of dimensional lettering for Monroe BOCES School turned out fantastic. After finishing construction on a new building for the campus, they contacted us to outfit the exterior with the proper branding that we have done previously around the campus.
Located on the corner of Main St, this historic church was in need of some new signage to stand out. We designed a unique sign with multiple elements to contrast each other. Truly a one of a kind sign!
This carved and painted sign panel for Strands hair studio in the village of Fairport turned out perfect for the space. The white lettering and border contrast perfectly with the black panel. The final result was a clean new look for this local business!
These door identification signs for the Greece Transportation Facility match our previous work at the Fairport Bus Garage. There are letters that correspond to each man door and numbers that go above each bus garage door.
This post and panel sign for Wellington Woods apartment complex features an HDU carved and painted sign with 4x4’ painted posts on each side. Located at the entrance to the complex, this sign is the first thing you see as you drive in. Painting the PVC post sleeves gave this sign a premium look and something different than the white you see everywhere.
This monument sign for Penfield Country Club features a corten steel sign panel that is laser engraved and halo lit with LEDs. Behind the panel we created a custom LED channel that will funnel light into the center of the sign
This corten steel monument sign for Mill Street Apartments was the centerpiece of our work here. After being laser engraved and fitted with LEDs on the backside, this sign panel was mounted to the concrete footer behind it.
This dibond panel sign is for our neighbors at 100 Lincoln parkway, Camelot Auto. Their old sign was faded and cracking, so we outfitted them with a brand new one. This style of sign is made by digitally printing and mounting the logo onto dibond, and then profile cutting the outline on our CNC router.
This post and panel sign for Bank of America in Perinton Plaza was the final signage piece for this location. Wayfinding signage is extremely important in this area, as the customer is provided two options to go for ATM or in person banking. Located on the corner of a plaza intersection
These LED channel letters for a new Spectrum location opening up in Buffalo are on a very unique façade. This plaza features 2x4s lined up across the front for a sign band area, a very interesting and unique façade to install on! Luckily these channel letters are mounted on a raceway which makes this install possible.
These simple white dimensional letters for Minuteman Press are made to match existing lettering in the plaza. One unique quality about some office parks or plazas is that they often require tenants to have some form of standardized signage. This allows the plaza to look more uniform and gives it a consistent look around the property.
These raceway LED channel letters for Spectrum are for a new location opening in Rochester. We are working with Spectrum to open multiple locations across Rochester and the greater upstate NY area. Raceway channel letters are a great option for exterior lettering, as they provide a quick and easy installation process along with removal
This LED sign box for Maranto Insurance Agency is located on the side of their building. This already aesthetically pleasing building is complemented even more by a well built sign box on the side. With new company branding in place, we overhauled the slide in face on this sign as well as retrofitting the box with LEDs.
These dimensional letters for Maranto Insurance Agency turned out great! After removing the old letters and getting dimensions a few weeks ago, the facade was repaired and ready for the new letters to be installed. The company logo “M” is cleverly worked into the name, and executed perfectly in the dimensional lettering.
This new Bank of America site in the Perinton Hills Plaza features two very unique signs with awnings around the entire building. The two large box signs on the front and side of the building are manufactured with LED Channel letters mounted to the front of the aluminum box. The box hinges from the top, allowing for easy access to the inside for wiring and mounting purposes.
This sign box was an LED retrofit and new face installation. The Link changed names recently and rebranded their entire organization. With an outdated sign out front, they were in major need of a signage overhaul. We retrofitted the sign box with white LEDs, and replaced the face with a new lexan panel featuring black vinyl with their new logo cut out.
This custom private drive sign was installed in the CobbleStone Creek Community in Victor. We have done signs like this around the neighborhood, indicating private roads and no outlet areas. After routing the foam material on our CNC router, it is then painted black and the letters are v-carved on the router again.
This A-frame sign frame was created for McCarthy’s Irish Masonry. They came to us with a need for some reasonably priced signs that didn’t need much maintenance. The A-frame is a great option for many reasons, you bypass the permit process along with being able to easily change the inserts for events or special occasions.
This flag sign for Family Promise of Greater Rochester was a rebranding of their old location on Webster ave. After changing names and joining the Family Promise brand, they came to us in need of a signage update. The old sign was worn out and covered in rust… When we were finished, the place looked brand new!
These outdoor dimensional letters for Buckingham Properties are for the new 260 East Broad building downtown for Butler Till. This building is wrapping up construction, and we worked with Buckingham to come up with this unique address sign. The numbers and letters are given a halo effect with white sintra behind the black dimensional letters.
This dibond panel sign for Lakeside Restoration Home Furnishings came out amazing. Opening their new location in an older building, the existing signage was in desperate need of an overhaul. With the length of the sign area, we designed this two panel concept to fit the space perfectly. The sign is made of two ¼” panels that are each 10’ long.
This post and panel sign for Sturdell Industries needed a rider at the bottom to notify customers and deliveries of where to go. As a subsidiary of a larger company, Voestalpine, deliveries were confused if they were at the right location. With a simple addition of a rider panel below this sign, this should clear up any confusion.
This custom outdoor panel sign for Iron Fit in East Rochester is truly unique. We created the logo for Iron Fit and then digitally printed it to fit on a 4x8’ sheet of dibond. We then router cut the panel to shape which gives it that unique look. Instead of a square panel, you now have a custom shape cut exactly to the shape of your logo.
This simple 3x8’ banner for Care a Lot Child Care was for their grand opening of their new location in Fairport. As Care a Lot continues to grow and rebrand existing facilities, we have been right there along the way to provide any and all signage needed.
This post and panel sign for Flanigan Mills Insurance agency is made from 1” white PVC that was router cut to shape and mounted onto two digital prints. The design was created to rebrand an old farmers insurance location to this independent agency. The post and panel sign out front is located right on Titus ave in Rochester, NY.
These outdoor dimensional letters for Bristol Instruments are located above their main entrance to the building. In ¼” laser cut acrylic, these letters were manufactured to match the company logo and colors. Bristol Instruments had a previous set of letters located in the same space, but after a rebrand, they needed to update their signage!
This simple 6x3’ banner for LiDestri Foods was for a hiring event they put on in early June. Digitally printed onto 13oz banner material, we mounted the banner to two posts that were driven into the ground. With grommets placed along the top and bottom of the banner, we used a rope to secure the banner to both posts.
These dibond panels with custom vinyl graphics are for Revival Vintage Rentals. Located in a somewhat confusing plaza in Henrietta, they needed an easy way for delivery drivers to locate their back entrance. This rather simple solution solves their problem while displaying the company logo and contact information on the rear entrance!
This 3x5’ dibond post and panel sign for Whitetail Properties is a great way to advertise a property that is for sale. Located in Finger Lakes wine country, this property needs to catch the attention of any potential buyers passing by on the road. By listing the agent’s name, contact number and size of the land, the buyer has all the information they might need to place a call with Tim.
This beautiful nighttime image of our work at the Mill Street Apartment Complex showcases the laser engraved monument sign, glass panel with a digital print, and the historic carved and burnt timeline all lit up. The glass panel and historic timeline are lit by flood lights above, while the laser engraved steel plaque is halo lit from behind. This section of the project really brings the rest stop area to life and looks amazing at night!
These carved and painted parking lot signs are for the Rustic Village Apartments in Rochester. In front of each of their parking lot complexes, they have two signs like these for easy navigation in this massive apartment complex. The signs display the parking lot number along with the building numbers in that respective area. We manufactured all of these signs years ago, and each time information changes we can simply change the lettering using vinyl
This post and panel sign for St. Bernard's Senior Housing is a simple design with two dibond panels mounted onto PVC posts. The real estate type sign is a great and cost effective way to display information to people driving along the road. After driving two u-channel posts into the ground, it’s simple to slide the posts right over.
We installed these new pylon sign faces for the Denny’s on Jefferson Rd. Measuring nearly 15x8 feet in size, they were huge! On a windy Jefferson road this was a tough installation, but with another bucket truck assistance we were able to get the job done. We craned the faces into place using pick points and our crane arm while we secured them to the existing frame with our second bucket help.
In a somewhat confusing complex, these wayfinding signs for Care a Lot Child Care help parents find the building easier. The signs are a larger version of a standard 12x18” parking lot sign, measuring 24x36”. The custom digital print features their logo and slogan, with an arrow pointing towards the parking lot.
This simple dibond panel sign for Schoen Auto was a nice upgrade from their old banner on the front of the building. The new sign is much larger and provides increased visibility from the road. A fairly simple installation, just a few screws into the side of the building and they’re ready to go! Digitally printed onto a 4x10 panel, the company logo and name stand out with the red and black color scheme.
This 10x4 foot lexan panel is slightly smaller than the one we installed on the side of the building for Pal Mac Service Center. With vinyl lettering for both the company name and building number, it perfectly fits above the main entrance. On installation, we had to remove both the lighting fixture and security camera, and then reinstall once the sign panel was installed.
This standard Real estate post and panel sign for Moore Corporate Realty was installed at a doctor’s office in Webster, NY. In the middle of a classic Rochester winter, we had to install this sign on the side of a hill, using two different sized posts. The post down near the road was 10ft while the post near the office was only 8. The two foot difference is used to account for the slope of the hill, making sure the sign is level even on an unlevel surface.
This pan face post and pylon sign for Rush Henrietta Family Chiropractic was a rebrand and update to their main sign. The old face was a faded red with an outdated logo. Switching to this bright white face with green and black lettering better matches their logo and overall brand. With fluorescent bulbs inside, this sign lights up nicely at night along a very busy Henrietta road.
This post and panel sign for conductor construction features two carved and painted aspects. Their logo and company name are “hatched down” into the top panel while the rider below lists their services. Painted a simple black and white, the lettering really stands out against the black background and matches the company branding. The posts are painted 3x3 aluminum posts, which provides a unique look that you won’t see often.
These carved and painted wayfinding signs are for the new Frances apartment complex in Brockport, NY. The signs were cut to shape on our CNC router, painted, fixed to the white PVC post and then put 3 feet into the ground. The new apartment complex is difficult to navigate, but these wayfinding signs should do the trick!
This 4x4 post and panel sign for Wheeler Healthy U features a white dibond panel with green and black vinyl lettering applied to both sides. The vinyl provides more durability in the elements than a digital print. Paul just moved into his new building, and needed a wayfinding sign to help customers identify his location.
This large panel sign for Divine Hair Salon in East Rochester features vinyl lettering applied to a white alumalite panel. A new business opening in the surrounding area, they came to us in need of signage, and it turned out great.
These parking lot signs for Lisa’s Liquor Barn allow customers to easily identify their pickup locations and which bay they are in. During the COVID-19 pandemic, they were in need of a simple solution for their curbside pickup offering.
These monument signs for the Village of East Rochester identify houses in this confusing neighborhood. We installed the housing numbers on each building, and then manufactured these signs to help visitors find their final destination.
This 19 foot LED pylon sign for Chase Bank was quite the installation process. Using our bucket truck, we craned the existing sign out and replaced it with this new one. The new sign is outfitted with LEDs, allowing the bank to save money on electricity and improve the longevity of the sign.
This 12x4 foot lexan panel for Pal Mac Service Center in Macedon, NY makes it easy for vehicles passing by to identify the location. Previously the company did not have any signage on the side of their building which faces a major road.
These massive vinyl letters for Churchville Chili Schools are cut to match their bright orange school colors. At over 64 inches tall, the letters are visible from far away, and make a great addition to this otherwise simple white wall.
This 4x4 post and panel wayfinding sign for Rotork was part of our full site signage update for their new facility. The sign features the company logo in their signature red color, allowing visitors and deliveries to easily see them from the entrance to the industrial park.
These carved and painted directional wayfinding signs for Bristol Mountain Ski Resort include the company logo along with hatched out lettering for a 3D effect. The entire piece is painted tan and charcoal in specific locations and a paint mask is applied before routing.
This sign for Forge Metal Finishing features halo-lit channel lettering on top and an LED-lit sign box with cut-out letters on the bottom. Mounted on a 3x12 foot aluminum panel, the sign was installed by hanging it on the brackets that are fixed to the building.
This LED sign box for Star Physical Therapy features a lexan face with a custom digital print mounted to the front. This location recently redid the facade on the front of their building with a decorative stone design and wanted a new sign to go with it.
This one-of-a-kind carved and painted sign features a few unique elements on the 2” foam material. The company logo in the top left is made from black Sintra and was painted to match brand colors. The area around the logo as well as the area below the line, were hatched down to add depth to the sign.
This carved and painted sign for LaFrance Apartments features a reverse-cut border and lettering mounted on two painted PVC posts. This reverse cut gives the letters a unique 3D effect that really pops against the painted background.
This monument sign for The Golf Club at Blue Heron Hills features a v-carved border and lettering, along with custom logos painted in gold as well that stand off the sign. This entrance sign also includes a rider below that says “open to the public”.
This custom A-frame sign for Oak Hill Country Club features a white board that allows for the text to be changed as often as needed. Each course changes hours based on the day of the week, so this solution allows the grounds crew to simply erase and rewrite the hours each day.
This carved and painted sign for Rochester Family Dental replaced their 20 year old sign that had become weathered and worn. They wanted a new look for their building and this sign delivered! Featuring v-carved letters and a coved border, this sign is truly one of a kind.
This digitally printed graphic was mounted on a dibond panel for the new CODE-2 building in Victor. Hung with grommets above their nicely landscaped property, this sign looks great and is highly visible from the main road running through town.
Laser engraved from COR-TEN steel, this larger monument sign for the brand new Mill Street Apartment Complex looks amazing. The steel is meant to rust after continual rain, giving it the desired rustic look they wanted.
Laser engraved from COR-TEN steel, this smaller monument sign is mounted to a stone column at the kiosk at the new Mill Street Apartment Complex. The material is meant to rust after continual exposure to rain and the elements, giving it the desired rustic look they wanted.
This historic timeline of Mill Street is v-carved out of cedar and then burned to give it a cool and unique look. The timeline pieces are mounted on a matte black dibond panel and then screwed into the wooden timbers that also function as a bench. The timeline is visible from both sides of the bench and gives people something to look at while waiting at the kiosk.
This cast bronze plaque for New York Kitchen was for their Garden Party this year. They turned out great and look amazing in the eating area out back. We’re so sad it was cancelled but we hope customers will still enjoy them!
This custom digitally printed graphic was applied to a standard 12x18 inch parking lot sign. Linden Oaks Dental needed a way to communicate with customers before they entered the building about changing business operations.
This post and panel parking lot sign for Oak Hill Country Club notifies customers of parking restrictions and locations. The vinyl logo and lettering make it easy to change the wording as needed for events or for any personalization that needs to be done for designated parking spots.
This standard post and panel real estate sign is an easy way to display the most up to date information. This large 4x8 dibond panel is clearly visible from the road and will stand up to the elements for as long as it’s needed.
This carved and painted sign was created using the v-carving technique, creating 3D lettering and numbers. The tree was applied with vinyl and the same design is included on both sides of the sign. The blue-grey background contrasts well with the white lettering, logo and posts, and the black strip makes the building number noticeable from the road.
Pella Windows and Doors didn’t want anything flashy, just a sturdy and reliable sign that correctly displays their information and brand. This aluminum box with dibond panels on a stone monument base is the definition of minimalistic. The very simple design does a great job of displaying the company name and building number along the road.
This carved and painted oval entrance for Cobblestone Creek Country Club features gold leafing around the entire sign. Using the CNC routing technique called V-carving, the lettering, logo and outside edge are 3 dimensional. This sign hangs on a post near the road signaling the entrance to the neighborhood where the golf course is located. The green and gold is eye catching from the road.
This carved and painted sign with gold leafing is truly a beautiful piece in any setting. Using a routing technique called V-carving, the lettering and outline are 3 dimensional with their custom logo applied with vinyl. Two stone columns line the entrance to the clubhouse and, along with our signage, create a truly unique entrance.
This carved and painted sign makes for a welcoming entrance at the Southwick apartment complex. CNC routed out of HDU Foam and with automotive grade paint, this sign is built to last. With their previous sign being cracked from years of weathering, this sign was created to withstand time and the elements.
Installed at Constellation Brands headquarters, this sign makes a statement the moment you pull into the parking lot. Atop the rock pit, this beautiful cement monument sign is lighted from below, making the sign really stand out at night.
We gave this carved and painted sign at Pittsford Community Church a facelift in 2020 after we originally made it in 2007. We repainted the sign to make the gold leafing and blue color really stand out between the two white posts.
This carved and painted sign with gold leafing creates a beautiful and eye-catching entrance for visitors as they enter the golf course. The same design and logo can be found around the course on smaller signage near each building, creating consistent branding across the entire golf course.