A Peach of a Sign System!
Augusta Sign Company of Waynesboro was approached by the owner of a long-established peach orchard in the Charlottesville, VA area to update a store sign; also provide new signage for their newly added cidery and wine tenants.
The first step was to provide a cost estimate to remove and replace the two-sided exterior plywood oval store identification signs with their updated branding, add tenant panels for two upcoming tenants, and add new signage at the new tasting room building. Once approved, patterns were made so the new signs could be mounted on existing iron framework. Signs were constructed in the shop and new wall scroll brackets were ordered to hang signs over the entrances to the two tenant stores.
On installation day, the old signs were removed and replaced at the main entrance by the road. Then we hauled a new plywood sign lettered with high-performance 3M digitally printed graphics up to the roof to install on the gable end of the big new barn with great stores inside. We finished it off by hanging the tenant’s individual branding signs over each entrance door. Fortunately, I only had to make two or three trips to the local hardware store during the day’s installation. The new signs look great and our customer was happy. That’s always good news.
Mark Hackley is the owner of Augusta Sign Company, Waynesboro, Virginia
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