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house sign

Posted by capeanne (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 29, 05 at 13:18

we are in the midst of re-construction of a small beach house and would like to create a metal( ?material) sign to mount on the house with the name of the house and then credits to our wonderful ( yes wonderful) construction team. Something like:
Our House
General Contractor:
Architect: Engineer: Heating/Plumbing:
etc Dont even know where to look We are on North Shore Massachusetts Any ideas out there?

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RE: house sign

A local print shop or sign shop should be able to help you.

Some place like Kinkos or a Mom and Pop of that type.

Corrugated vinyl signs are popular now and not extremely expensive.

Ask your contractor if he/she has a sign that advertises "Quality renovation done by So and So" etc. Sometimes those folks have their own pre-made signs for their job sites. I know that they do here.

Glad you got a good team to work on your place.

RE: house sign

Thanks I will check out local sign co and hope they can do small job Actually we are planning the sign as a surprise for our team ....and will ask the GC to do one last thing for us before we move in...and present him the sign to hang!

RE: house sign


WOW, I'm really glad to hear that there are some GOOD GC and sub-contractors out there these days, and that a customer is extreamly happy with their work ethics!

If you relly feel that strong about these folks, take a few minutes and write the a hand written note to each one of them. They will REALLY appreciate it!



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