When you buy a sign for your business, most people focus on getting the initial design right and ensuring the product is built well. The process of installing the sign can sometimes be overlooked.

But the installation of your sign is incredibly important. Of course, you need to ensure that the sign is positioned correctly for the perfect look. But it also needs to be safe and secure.

Our installation team members are experts in their field, securing reliable signage installations every time. Read on to learn more about the process and trust our team to do a flawless job.

A Secure Sign Installation

A secure installation is just as important as having the right design for your sign. It could look incredible above the doorway of your store or offices. But if the sign comes loose and falls on your customers, you could be left with an extremely dangerous liability issue.

For example, if a sign is located outside, the method of installation must be able to handle adverse weather conditions, such as strong winds and downpours.

There will always be unforeseen circumstances. But at Esco-Pacific Signs, we complete permanent installations that are tested and certified to survive difficult conditions.

How are Signs Installed?

The method of installation will depend on the type and location of the sign. Some signs, such as large pylon signs, will require us to excavate and pour concrete foundations to support the necessary weight.

A smaller blade sign may only require a metal bracket, though this would still have to be secured and tested to reduce any falling risk.

In the case of a larger, heavier sign, such as a rooftop sign, we may have to build and install a heavy-duty custom framework to ensure the large lettering is secured.

In the case of a digital sign, we may have to install electrical infrastructure.

These are just some examples of the different methods we employ when installing our signs. Our experts have used every technique and leave nothing to chance.

Sign Installation Equipment

To complete safe and secure installations, we will often need a range of heavy machinery and specialist vehicles. As a full-service sign company, we have a fleet of those vehicles. This means that we always have the required equipment available. It will also save our customers from additional rental fees.

Our fleet includes technician trucks, boom trucks, cranes, backhoes, and excavators. This equipment allows us to dig foundations, pour concrete, and raise mounted signs up to install them in any location.

Our Sign Installers are Trained Electricians

Many clients opt for illuminated signs due to the stunning visual impact they can have. Of course, electronic signs are a little more complicated. But our installers have it covered.

Our installation team is made up of trained electricians with C-45 licenses. They can install the wiring and infrastructure necessary for your sign to be lit up as designed.

Having this level of expertise on staff allows us to complete complex installations with minimal fuss and no outsourcing or extra hiring needed.

The Look is Also Important

We have focused on safety when it comes to signage installation. But it is also important that the sign looks as good as it should. We make outstanding signs that catch the eye, and we want them to be fully visible.

Forget any worries about your sign being mounted in the wrong location or hanging at a crooked angle. Our installers will leave your site with the sign looking its best.

Contact Esco Pacific Signs

There are so many advantages to fitting your business with top-quality signs. Contact us today to see some of our past projects and to find out how we can help you.

Our company has been creating fully customized signage since 1977. As a full-service company, we keep everything in-house, from design and manufacturing to installation and maintenance. With us, you do not need to shop around for different providers. We have got every aspect of your sign needs covered.

An initial consultation is free – we will only charge when we get our team and equipment out to survey your site. Call (360) 748-6461 or send us an email now.

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