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Designing signs with impact

Choosing the right sign for your business is an important decision. Choosing to work with the right company who will properly design, fabricate and install that sign is even more important. At Lafuente Sign & Awning we take the time to understand your business and your building to put together a sign program that will call attention, promote your business and display eloquently. Whether you are looking for channel letters, pylons, or internally illuminated signs, we can build it.

What if I don’t know what kind of sign I want?

A: When working with Lafuente Sign & Awning, you will be assigned an Accountant Specialist. This person is responsible for understanding your business, logo and building facade. It is at this stage where we will formulate our initial design and proposal.

How do I know if my sign is being made out of the best material?

A: During the design process we walk our clients through what the available material options are. During this conversation we explain why we are recommending the material that we are and will send you a sample as well.

What kinds of signs can you make?

A: Lafuente Sign & Awning is known for building various types of custom signs; however, our most commonly fabricated signs include: channel letters, blade signs, dimensional letters, ADA, wayfinding, pylons, monuments, push-thru, stencil cut and engraved.

How long does it take to make a sign?

A: There are four parts to the sign making process: design, permitting, fabrication and installation. Design normally takes 1-2 days. Permitting, depending on the city your business is located can normally take anywhere from 2-4 weeks. The fabrication process can happen in as little as 5 days and as long as two weeks, depending on the scope and complexity of your project. Installations typically take 1-3 days depending on the size of the project.