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Ford Signs is an entire full-service sign company, but we also have our hands in everything from printing, electrical signs, monuments, 9-foot pole signs, installation and maintenance services. We have done signs for Surf Ride, The Surf Museum, Camp Pendleton, and various companies and cities surrounding Oceanside, Carlsbad, Temecula, and all over Southern California.  

Ford Signs provides every type of sign for every type of business. We manufacture everything in-house and do not outsource. We proudly display that our products are made in America and we are also a disabled Veteran-owned business.

Below are just a small sample of the types of signs we offer. Please contact us today for your free quote and to see how we can display your brand’s logo for a dramatic first impression.

Channel Lettering

A channel letter sign is a fabricated three-dimensional graphic element with an individual aluminum structure and separate illumination. In simpler terms, a channel letter can be any letter, number, or other character that, when combined with other like characters, makes up a sign presentation. Channel letters are typically mounted to a wall. 


Pylon Signs

Pylon signs are typically illuminated signs that are mounted on a pole (or poles) independent of any business or structure. Pylon signs are installed on the business property but not attached to the building and are a great way to capture your audience's attention because they're easy to spot.


Monument Signs


Monument signs, sometimes referred to as monolith signs – are large, free-standing, weather-resistant signs that sit on ground level. They are typically double-sided and are made with a brick or aluminum base. Mounument signs are constructed to be solid signs that weather the elements and stand the test of time.

Cabinet Signs

Cabinet signs, also referred to as wall signs or box signs, are internally illuminated signs with a plastic or aluminum face with letters or graphics. They are typically mounted to a storefront wall, though they can also be freestanding as a monument or pole sign. Giving visibility to businesses both day and night, cabinet signs are known for their durability and versatility.


Blade Signs

Blade signs, also known as projecting signs or flag-mount signs, are mounted to a building facade or architectural surfaces, such as a post or pole, at an angle perpendicular to the flow of traffic. Blade signs are typically double-sided to be viewed from both directions.


Neon Signs


Neon tubing which is typically exposed to the elements or can be seen through channel letters or seen through acrylic faces. These have a great novelty effect or special effect and can be used almost anywhere and at any event like your office, cafe, bar, party, wedding, hotel, residential building and even studios. The exposed/open face look gives the sign a trendy and sophisticated look at the same time which will definitely make heads turn.


Halo lit channel letters are not your standard type letters. Also known as reverse lit, the faces of the letters are not lit up at night. Instead, the lighting is directed behind the letters and is reflected back in a “halo” effect. In other words, halo letters come alive at night and give off an iridescent glow.


Interior Signs

Interior signs are as much a part of your business branding as they are a part of the building décor. Whether you are looking to provide directional assistance to clients and visitors, or putting your brand’s logo on display for a dramatic first impression, custom interior signs provide a versatile solution for both.


Marquee Signs


A marquee sign is a permanent sign, typically attached to the exterior of a business over the main entrance, which includes both the business name and its current offerings. They often include flashing or scrolling lights or illuminated letters to draw the eye to the signage.

Directory Signs

Directory signs are crucial for every kind of building – from commercial complexes and hotels to governmental offices, hospitals and more. These signs enable visitors to find their way throughout the building, whether they need reception, the restrooms, or even the elevator banks.


Electroic Signs

An Electronic Message Center (EMC) is a LED illuminated sign that is capable of displaying words, symbols, figures or images that can be electronically changed. EMCs come in varing sizes, and can be monochromatic or full color. Sign graphics or text usually change or scroll and can be controlled remotely from a host computer.   


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