Scott from West Mill had a vacant store. The store looked bare and empty. To create the illusion the store had employees, we created window graphics of professional people working in an office. To do the process of the window graphics, we used the internet and photo shop. We took the pictures that we like of the professional people and printed it on our x-rite system printer. It took 1 hour to install.
GreenDrop wanted several signs on their new store. Channel Letters, Window Graphics, and Road signs. The picture on top shows the Channel Letters and the picture below shows the Window Graphics. To process the both the Window Graphics and Channel Letters you need to take measurements, that is a key for any type of signs. To make Channel Letters you need aluminum & acrylic for the faces & LED lights. For window graphics, we had to print it to match their specific colors then cut out the letters and logos. Each type of signs takes a key eye to cut and shape. Channel Letters of course takes a long time to install. You need a raceway to attach the Channel Letters and an electrician to make the final connection.
Simply pack your items into large plastic bags or boxes and drop them off at one of the convenient GreenDrop locations where their attendants will unload them. GreenDrop has been selected by the Military Order of the Purple Heart, the National Federation of the Blind and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Philadelphia, to raise funds through the generation and collection of donated clothing and household items. To learn more visit their website, www.gogreendrop.com.
Do you need a custom sign for your building, window or road? Give us at Unlimited Signs, Designs and Graphics a call at 203-546-7267. Or check out our website at www.unltdsigns.com.
One of our most rewarding projects was a helmet for young child with Flat Head Syndrome who needed a medical helmet to position his head. Ismael Acevedo called us and wanted to know if we wrap helmets for a child with Flat Head Syndrome. Of course we said we do. To do the process of wrapping a medical helmet, we definitely needed to take measurements of the helmet and graphics. Once that decision was made we then wrap the helmet. It took a 1/2 to wrap and the parents were very happy. We can wrap just about everything! Give us a call at Unlimited Signs, Designs and Graphics for more information, 203-546-7267. You can also check out our other projects at http://www.unltdsigns.com.