Cupertino Quinlan Community Center – New Sign

The Quinlan Multipurpose Community Center in Cupertino needed more visibility beyond their monument sign. The building itself did not have any signs. Here is where Signs Unlimited came in. We met with the city personnel and went through various options for dimensional letter signs. After some design and sample material reviews,  the city zeroed in on what they liked. Once …

Lincoln Glen Manor Nursing – New Signs All Over

Lincoln Glen Skilled Nursing facility had reached a point where they wanted to refresh their old signs and logo for the entire property. This campus wide project involved monument signs, directionals, building signs, and dimensional letter signs. We were awarded the job based on our portfolio, experience, and professionalism. Usually with this size project the design phase takes a fair …

Cardinal Health – Updated Monument and Site Signs

Here is another example of a merger that required a change in the site signs and graphics. With the acquisition of Access Closure by Cardinal Health, the signs at the Santa Clara location had to be updated to match the new logo. Working with Cardinal Health’s representative sign company, we changed all the site signs, refurbished the main monument sign …

New Sweet Shop – Fun Custom Sign

New retail shops have a lot of challenges when starting out. Generally a lot of upfront work and expenses before they can open their doors. But one of the more critical advertising tools they have available to them is an attractive and visible sign to draw attention to the new location. Case and point; Sugar Baby Sweet Shoppe in Los …

City of East Palo Alto – New Welcome Sign

You’ve seen these when entering most cities in the U.S.; ‘Welcome To the City of XYZ’.  We had designed and built the previous welcome signs for the City of East Palo Alto about 10 years ago. This time they wanted a different solution. One that was lower cost but still very attractive and high-end. We have many options available to …

Peninsula Volunteers Monument Signs – A Fresh New Look.

The old adage ‘out with the old, in with the new’ is not always a cost-effective approach when it comes to monument signs.  Take the monument signs for Peninsula Volunteers. The monuments has good quality aluminum lettering on them. They just blended too much into the background of an old monument with a light color. So they approached Signs Unlimited …

Curexo Tech’s Robodoc is Now Think Surgical – New Logo and Signs

We have a new addition in our series of corporate mergers and name changes.  Curexo Corp’s  Robodoc is now called Think Surgical. As a long term partner to various companies in the Bay Area, Signs Unlimited was approached to help design both a monument and a lobby sign that best suited the new corporate image. This client had very specific …

Building Sign with Color Gradient – Hastest

We’ve covered this type of  building letters and logo sign before. But there are a couple of unique features in this sign that are worth mentioning. As you may know, when there is a gradient in the color of a logo or a sign, they cannot be effectively painted. The only way to achieve the correct color scheme is to …

Re-Branding: HP Pavilion to SAP Center

As the re-branding and name change process wraps up at  the SAP Center (old HP Pavilion), final signs are being installed. As mentioned in a previous blog, Signs Unlimited has been a long term partner with SAP Center providing a wide range of signs and graphics to the facility. As part of this continuing effort, a new reception area sign …

New Restaurant and Signs At San Jose Airport

As with many airports, San Jose also has stringent guidelines for the aesthetics of signs, graphics, and other highly visible decors in the main terminals. Any new store or restaurant must submit a design package to the airport authority for their approval. Signs Unlimited has been a partner to many companies going through this process by providing attractive designs to …

Refurbish Your Monument & Save A Lot!

As we’ve said before, monument signs may seem intimidating to some businesses because of their perceived costs and over all investment.  But if you were to simply modify or refurbish an existing monument which many commercial properties already have, then you could save a lot. Take this example. Sign Unlimited used the existing frame on this monument and designed and …

Lobby Sign – Re-enforce Your Brand

We’ve talked about various ways businesses can re-enforce their brands or their logo. But in multi-unit business complexes, sometimes the most visible way to show your business name (or logo) is in the lobby of your unit. With today’s graphics technologies we can produce a multitude of colors and shapes for any business lobby. Here is an example of a …

Preschool Gets a New Look

Building renovations are an integral part of our community. You see these types of renovation at strip malls, office buildings, schools, and hospitals around the area. A key element of any such improvements is new signs or graphics. Many businesses appropriately choose to update their signs as they make general improvements to their buildings. Here is a great example of …

New Monument – Lower Cost Constrcution

Monument signs speak volumes about an organization. They are practical and effective in many ways. They can be made from several different materials based on the client’s preference. One very cost-effective method of fabrication is the use of High Density Urethane (HDU). Here is an example of such a monument which Signs Unlimited recently designed, produced, and installed using the …

Refresh Your Office Walls

One way to refresh a work environment and create new energy in the office, is to add colorful and/or motivational graphics to the walls. Here are a few examples of a project Signs Unlimited recently completed which completely rejuvenated the client’s office. The solution was a combination of digital print graphics, dimensional lettering, vinyl graphics, prints on hard substrates such …