How long will it take to get my sign?
This will depend on many factors including complexity of design and number of revisions, how long it takes an owner to make decisions along the process, how long it takes to get a sign permit, how complex the sign is to manufacture and even how the elements affect the install timing, such as frozen ground or storms. A simple sign can take one month and a more complex sign can take up to 6 months. So each sign is different. A sign consultant can help with this projection once they understand the complexity of the project.
What type of signs do you make?
We create all kinds of signage! Digital Displays, Monument Signs, Illuminated Signs, Pylon Signs, Projecting Signs, Channel Letters, Flat Cut Letters, Post and Panel, Wall Signs, Awnings, Plaques, Wayfinding, Vinyl, ADA, Murals, Recognition Walls, Neon, the list goes on! Pretty much what ever sign you are dreaming of, we can find a way to make that dream a reality.
We are just looking to get a sign installed, not fabricated, can you do that?
Who else do I need to hire to complete the sign process?
La Crosse Sign Group can design, fabricate, and install your sign, so the only other trade that would need to get involved is a licensed electrician if your state requires it. (The state of Wisconsin does not require one.) The sign owner can hire an electrician directly, or La Crosse Sign Group can hire the electrician and project manage the entire process. Some clients also choose to hire a landscaper to put in nice rocks and/or flowers around ground signs after they are installed.
How do I share my artwork with LaCrosse Sign Group?
If you would like to upload artwork for your sign project, please obtain a vector-based graphics file in an EPS format (Make sure to include your business name in the file). Click on the Upload Artwork link below and select the graphics file. If you have any issues please give us a call at 608-781-1450. Our staff will be in contact with you shortly regarding your sign project.Upload Artwork
What is the difference between a raster and vector graphic?
Raster graphics (also called bitmaps) are made up of rectangular pixels. Each of them contains one color. They are arranged in a grid to form the final image. GIF, JPEG (JPG), PNG, and TIFF (TIF) are some common raster graphic formats. Vector graphics are composed of paths to form different shapes like polygons which eventually form the image. Those paths are connected with dots, only visible while editing .Widely used vector graphic formats are SVG, EPS, PDF, and AI. Created for different purposes, each of them has various specifications and usages. Vector graphics are commonly used for logos, illustrations, technical drawings and for use with processes that require vector art such as specialty signs and printing, engraving and etching.