OPTIONS: Architectural

Viren & Associates, Inc.

Viren and Associates decided to have a sign in their conference rooms and they wanted something that would “WOW” their clients and integrate both polished and brushed aluminum elements. We designed, built and installed what they desired and below is their response at both locations we’ve done for them…

Hi Ron,

I just want to thank you and Baldwin signs for the good job you did both times with our metal logo sign. The design originally done fit perfectly in our conference room. Then when we moved to a new building and updated our logo two years ago, you and the company worked very well with us. The design was able to be altered to be updated without re-doing the entire structure. I was also very impressed with the workers who came to remove it and move it to the new location. It’s unbelievable how many screws hold it in place!

The design, your help in coordination, the production of the sign and the installation all went very well. We regularly get complements on it. Thank you again for all your help.

Beth Viren

Group Employee Benefits and Business Manager

Viren and Associates, Inc.

Cast Letters

Cast Aluminum letters lend elegance to your facade. Metal letters are available in a variety of finishes and type styles. Custom logos and type styles are available. Cast Aluminum Letters and Numbers are suitable for interior & exterior signage. They offer greater dimension than flat cut Aluminum Letters. Natural Satin Aluminum, anodized finishes and painted colors are available. Metal letters are easy to install with studs and an installation pattern showing you precisely where to drill your mounting holes. Your signage will go up straight and be evenly spaced every time.

Wall Mount

Channel letters are one of the most common sign applications today. Just about every mall and plaza requires channel letters as the main identification sign. Each letter is individually crafted and illuminated with neon or LED technology. These letters are wall mounted, with all wiring concealed behind the fascia.

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