Rather than barrage you with clichés about going the extra mile — we think it’s best you see our work for yourself.
A guy once said, “Design is how it works.” The ingenious part about good design is making it look easy. At Langer & Langer in Valparaiso, we made a modular sign for mounting the backlit metal letters with easy access for service and LED lighting for fewer service calls.
We did a photoshoot of the Chicago skyline for Snappy Convenience Center, a longtime customer. It looks good here, but it’s nothing compared to seeing it in person. If you’re in Chi-town, drop on by Irving Park and Pulaski and pick up something to drink.
Our latest work with Lynn’s Bedroom City was at their Schererville location. We changed the faces and swapped out the neon for LED lighting on the channel letters we’d done several years ago and adding the word Lynn’s for branding consistency. In addition to their Schererville store, we’ve worked with Lynn’s at their Valparaiso and Merrillville establishments.
At the Imagination Glen in Portage, we designed, manufactured and installed these solidly built changeable scoreboards with long-lasting LED numbers, making the game of softball just a little easier to track.
Know-how in service and installation matters. Signs are complicated beasts; adding LED message signs to the equation makes them exponentially more complicated. We make the end result look simple. If you are driving on US 30 through Crown Point/Hobart keep an eye out for Eastlake Baptist Church. If you don’t see it, you probably shouldn’t be driving.
At this Mobil station in Elk Grove, we brought a grandfathered sign left in a pitiful state back to life — important since signs of that height and square-footage are no longer allowed by city code.