Hilarious Restaurant Signs – How Effective Are They?

Posted on April 12, 2018

A lot of restaurants use humorous signs to capture customers’ attention, both inside the restaurant and out. But do these signs really bring customers in the door, increase sales or improve retention? Do they ever backfire, and if so, what goes wrong? Read on to see some of the most
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How to Get Wrinkles out of Vinyl Banners

Posted on April 10, 2018

Vinyl banners are an effective way of advertising your business at trade shows, events, and other outdoor exhibitions. They’re eye-catching, durable and capable of delivering your message from a distance. However, they can’t adequately represent your business if they become wrinkled while in storage. The Drawbacks of a Wrinkled Vinyl
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How to Hang Metal Letters on Wall

Posted on March 13, 2018

Many offices feature metal letters on the wall. That’s because metal letters are durable, practical and visually appealing. For example, you need metal wall hanging letters to show the public everything from your street address to the location of the bathrooms in your lobby. You can even use metal hanging
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8 Creative Booth Ideas for Your Next Event

Posted on March 6, 2018

Sick and tired of using the same booth ideas for business expos year after year? Want to make a splash at your next event with stunning visuals that support your brand story? If you’re not seeing the results you want from your trade show booth, look no further. Here are
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How to Clean an Acrylic Sign

Posted on February 20, 2018

Keeping your acrylic sign clean and shiny is essential to attracting customers to your business, boosting your curb appeal and giving your visitors a good first impression of your business. However, acrylic (also known as plexiglass or lucite) requires different care from glass, wooden and metal signage. Do you know
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ADA Signage Guidelines for Bathrooms, Parking, Exits, & More

Posted on February 13, 2018

More than 10 million Americans are considered blind or visually impaired. It is for their comfort and safety that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has set out guidelines for certain types of signs for Houston businesses. For example, signs that denote exits, bathrooms and stairways in public buildings need
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Baja1000 Bound

Posted on November 14, 2017

Toyota FJ40 and Truck Wraps for G2X Energy Over the summer, Houston Sign Company had the opportunity to work with G2X Energy to design and produce a wrap for their 1973 Toyota FJ40 jeep that will race in the Baja 1000 race on November 15! We also wrapped the truck
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Single Arm Real Estate Sign Post

Posted on September 27, 2017

A Single Arm Real Estate Sign Post is an elegant way to display a real estate sign.  A single arm post will elevate your real estate sign and help draw attention to your listing.  The posts are compact and easy to store, but they require a some assembly.  Below are
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Golf Tournament Signs

Posted on August 1, 2017

Golf Tournament Sign Sponsors Drive In Donations Golf Tournament season is almost here! While the focus of golf tournaments is of course the game and raising money for your organization, it’s the finer details that bring everything together. Focusing on displaying your sponsors proudly will make them feel honored to
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Now Hiring

Posted on September 4, 2015

Houston Sign Company has an immediate opening for a Sign Production and Installation Specialist. As a Sign Production and Installation Specialist you will be cutting materials to size, applying vinyl and vinyl prints to various materials, laminating materials, seaming and finishing banners, painting sign components, packaging signs, installing signs in
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