WHAT TYPE OF WOOD DO YOU USE?
We use a wide variety of hard and soft woods. Depending on your design, application and personal preference, your sign could be made from Red Oak, Cherry, Red Grandis, “B” Redwood, Cedar, Con Heart Redwood, “B” Redwood or kiln – dried Douglas Fir, natural wood rounds or oak whiskey barrel heads.
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WHAT ARE MY SIZING OPTIONS?
We can easily produce any sign dimension between 24” x 24”. We can also create and produce larger signs with dimensions of 11” x 38”. This does require considerably more setup and machining time, which will increase the cost of the sign.
HOW DO YOU PRICE YOUR SIGNS?
We create our sign designs using a CAD program and cut the signs with a CNC machine. The ultimate price of each piece depends upon several factors including setup time, lamination requirements, carve time, type of wood selected and finish selection.
WHAT TYPE OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?
Visa, Mastercard, Paypal
HOW DO I PLACE AN ORDER?
Start with one of our sample signs, then email us with your desired text, sign size and font choice (if different from the sample). We will discuss with you the best type of wood to use for your application and finishing options, and then generate and email to you a computerized image for your review and approval. Once you approve the design, your sign will be produced and shipped to you via the most cost-effective and timely manner possible.
CAN YOU DESIGN A COMPLETELY CUSTOM SIGN FOR ME?
Yes, if you prefer to start from scratch, we should begin with a phone call. Tell us about the sign you would like us to create, including your proposed location, size, text, font, etc. We will then create an electronic image for your review and approval.
CAN I FINISH MY SIGN MYSELF?
Yes, if you prefer to do the finishing yourself, we will be happy to send you the natural, carved sign in its unfinished form.
TIPS FOR HANGING YOUR OUTDOOR SIGN:
How you hang your outdoor sign matters! Here are some possible suggestions:
The best way to hang a wooden sign is to use screw eyes. Drill a pilot hole into the top of the sign and then screw in the screw eyes. This method allows for expansion / contraction of the wood as weather conditions change.
Another way is to use screws into the front of the sign into a wall / siding. Typically 2 screws drilled (centered up / down) and on the outer edges of the sign should be sufficient in most applications. It is important to over drill ( i.e. 10 mm for a 6 mm screw) the pilot to allow the wood in the sign to expand / contract with changing weather conditions.