5 Results for year: 2018

What’s in a name?

RouteOne Wholesale Signs... A History of the Name. "Wholesale Signs. Yeah , I get that, but where did RouteOne come from? What does it even mean? Sounds like the name of a California highway along the pacific coast." Well, the idea around 18 years ago, was to use our new CNC “routing” table to cut custom parts for other ... More

The Finish on your Project

Mathews Acrylic Polyurethane (MAP) is the preferred paint used by Route One Wholesale Signs. Finish colors are available in satin or gloss and come as an ultra-low VOC option. In combination with primers for steel and non-ferrous metals such as aluminum, it makes for a great product at a decent cost. Accurate color matching, ... More

Signs and LEDs

LED. [el-ee-dee, led] noun. light-emitting diode: a semiconductor diode that emits light when conducting current and is used in electronic displays, indoor and outdoor lighting, etc.   RouteOne began incorporating LED components into signs more than 8 years ago as neon was slowly phased out and replaced with LED ... More

Helping your clients understand the danger in a “ballpark price”

Let's face it, most clients are not savvy about what is involved in manufacturing and installing a high-quality sign. So, sometimes, we have to "school" them on the particulars, when quoting the project, and it many times starts with a comment like this: Client:  "I don't have any details, I just need a ballpark quote for a ... More

Permits… How many do I need?

So, we all know sign permitting can be frustrating. There are many steps in the research process, emails and phone tag with department heads, getting applications and payments sent in, and of course, we're dealing with government agencies. Here you'll find a few hints and tips that will hopefully make your permitting process ... More