WC Signs


The WC Difference

In our world there are signs everywhere. Some are good; some are bad. Some sign shops are more worried about getting orders in and out and take little consideration in designing a quality sign. Even the simplest of signs, like a banner, needs to have basic considerations taken into account or there is a good chance is it will be rendered useless and you will have wasted every dollar you spent.

A lot of factors need to be considered in constructing a sign: viewing distance and location, visual contrast, font selection, size and spacing, target audience, installation method, materials, intended life expectancy of sign and city and municipal requirements. Working with WC signs, you will quickly see our quality and attention to detail carries through into every sign that goes out the door.

We carefully select materials based on their intended life span and use. Here are just a few of the quality choices we've made:

  • Aluminum sheet products instead of wood to avoid swelling and moisture absorption.
  • Our base paint for exterior signs is either oil based or acrylic polyurethane to resist fading, chipping and peeling.
  • As much as possible, we use aluminum structure instead of steel to avoid rust.
  • Our fasteners are stainless steel or other rust resistant products.
  • Our basic 13-ounce banner has a 9x9 scrim, 1000 denier instead of the lower quality 500 Denier.
  • Window and vehicle lettering is done with cast vinyl instead of calendered vinyl.

Company At A Glance

WC Signs is a division of Westlund Concepts that focus on the production of a wide verity of visual communication pieces. Westlund Concepts was originally founded in 2002 as a design and 3D animation company. In 2006, in an effort to better control quality and turnaround times, Westlund Concepts set up a small internal division for printing and producing sales center displays and marketing pieces.

Over the next couple years this small internal division grew into a full blown sign and fabrication shop. In 2011 it was decided the internal sign division needed to be restructured and given its own brand to better service its existing clients and also to begin expanding its target markets. In 2012 WC Signs was introduced. A full service sign shop now meeting all your commercial and residential needs.