American Renal Associates in Cape Coral, Florida moved into a former bank building and needed new signage for their business. Our Florida team installed both the illuminated letters and logo for the building as well as the insert for the monument road signage.
SBC installed new signage for the Sagano Japanese Bistro & Steakhouse in Warren, Michigan. The sign features LED illuminated channel letters to reduce energy requirements and minimize service calls to replace lights.
Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan wanted new signage installed on their building’s brick facade. Although the original idea was to mount individual channel letters on the wall, SBC recommended mounting the letters on a control panel background to limit the penetrations through the brick wall for each letter and lighting. The finished sign is […]
Signs by Crannie was asked to do a subcontracted sign installation for a Ft. Myers Fifth Third Bank location. The signs were constructed by another sign company in Michigan, then shipped to Florida for installation. Signs by Crannie is known nationwide as a fast, dependable sub-contracted sign installer for many national corporate clients.
Ted’s Coney Island Family Restaurant in Port Huron, Michigan was looking for a new sign to bring attention to one of their 3 locations. SBC designed this face lit channel letter sign on a raceway with a backer panel for a 3-D look. Halo lighting around the outside adds an eye-catching and attractive red glow […]
Smash Fitness, in Bonita Springs, Florida asked Signs by Crannie to build the largest Florida health club sign their landlord would allow. Since they had leased 2 suites, we were able to build this channel letter sign on a 40 foot raceway next to the client’s logo sign. Since the client wanted the sign to […]
The entrepreneurs at Alico Center Auto and Tire Repair in Fort Myers, Florida chose Signs by Crannie as their on-premise marketing experts. With no logo or colors in mind, they left it up to us to design their entry sign – and we delivered. Applying a minimalist, but deliberate approach, Signs by Crannie designed, fabricated […]
Dana McGrath, owner of La Maison Furniture and Home Decor Gallery, was looking for ornamental building signage to showcase her street-facing location in downtown Chelsea, Michigan. As an interior designer, Dana was looking for a sign that, in her words, “…had to have a sense of style and class…It had to be unique.” SBC produced […]
The Food Bank of Eastern Michigan’s new state of the art facility needed signage that that reflected their new image. Signs by Crannie worked with the architect to come up with a sign that fit the vision they had for for the facility. These plate cut aluminum letter signs are illuminated with an energy-efficient 12 […]
The new Southwest Florida International Airport Signs welcome visitors to the airport from I-75. Thru value engineering, Signs by Crannie was able to redesign the signs mounted across the 4-lane roadway using polycarbonate panels instead of the original plan of using glass panels. The new materials made the signage substantially lighter, much safer and less […]
McLaren Health Care signed an agreement with the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, and asked Signs by Crannie to update the remodeled facility’s signs. The new Karmanos Cancer Institute center is on the campus of McLaren Bay Region. The Karmanos Cancer Institute is one of the leaders in the country for clinical trials and high-quality […]
The Bonita Community Health Center needed their channel letter sign moved and refaced. The blue vinyl was peeling off the acrylic faces. This channel letter sign was on a wing that had become partially blocked by tall tree growth and out buildings that have been added to the grounds since the BCHC was built. Signs […]
“Pleasures of the Flesh Tattoo Parlor” in Fort Myers, Florida was the second location for the business owner. Rather than create a new sign, we started with an older neon channel letter sign and converted it to LED lighting. This conversion will result in lower costs to run, less maintenance, and longer lasting lighting for […]
A client approached us and asked if we could design both a logo and a new sign for his new Variety Store. The customer’s major concern was that he wanted a logo that wouldn’t make people think he was just another “dollar” store. Although the store would offer “dollar” items, he still wanted to accentuate […]
A client came to us for an idea for his new business sign. The business is called “Shoe Prints”. The retail store offers multiple high-quality shoe brands. The idea that the customer had for the sign was to have actual “shoe prints” in the sign that looked like foot prints up the front of the […]
Businesses appreciate professionally designed signs because they work.
As toddlers, my daughters knew that the “golden arches” meant a happy meal for lunch. By taking the time to build a trusted brand, then creating a sign to match it, businesses use signs to help us find them quickly and efficiently.
Professionally designed signs increase sales, and contribute to driver convenience and safety.