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W134 N5504 Campbell Dr.

Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

Tel: 262.289.9481

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August 20, 2018

Our customer came to us with the idea of adding graphics to the walls of their new manufacturing facility in Hartland, Wisconsin.  The facility covers just over 100,000 square feet so there are a lot of walls.  The problem for our customer is that they had talked to painters to create the images and the prices were outrageous. They also talked to a number of sign companies that told them that because the walls were rough concrete (a blend of concrete block, bricks, and poured slabs) vinyl would not adhere.  When our customer finally got to us, they expected the same story.  They were pleasantly surprised.

When we met with the owner, he was very clear on what he wanted. He was also very clear that others had told him he could have what he wanted.  We started by touring the facility, measuring each area and checking out the walls.  We noticed that they had just finished painting all of th...

May 4, 2018

When we were contacted by the University about wrapping the parcel delivery locker systems, we were ready for them.  We have done over 50 of these systems around the country and have gotten quite good at designing and installing this type of wrap.  New Jersey City University was very similar to others we have worked with.

One of the advantages of working with Optimum Signs is that we have a lot of experience in designing and installing wraps.  Especially ones on parcel locker systems.  As you can see from the photo above, we carried the design around the face of the system. Because we have done so many systems we now all the “options” for a system like this. This allows us to design and print from manufacturing drawings.  No need to send an installer out to measure the system and check for abnormalities.  We have seen them all. 

Another good reason to work with Optimum Signs is...

November 13, 2017

When we started working with the fine folks at ETE Reman, they had just had the wind peel their exterior sign off of the building and deposit it in the parking lot.  It was a good thing that it happened after hours so no one was injured.  We also noticed that they knew exactly what they wanted. They may have not been sure how to get it, but they definitely knew what they wanted.  This made it easier for us because we didn’t have to put forward a number proofs with different fonts and colors. 

One of the big benefits of working with Optimum Signs is that we employ a full staff of professionally trained graphic designers.  Our staff have been designing and building signs for quite a  while so they know what can be done and any limitations that the materials may have.  They also know exactly what the correct materials are so that your sign will represent your vision.  In addition to knowin...

October 10, 2017

One of the greatest parts of owning a graphics design and Sign Company is that we get to work with a number of first responders.  This time we got to meet and work with the Eagle Police Department.  What a great group of people.  From the Chief to the officers, just a solid group of people.

As a small department, the Eagle Police Department try to balance effective police work and community outreach. Located in the beautiful Kettle Moraine in southwest Waukesha County, the Village of Eagle is identified by its smiley faced yellow water tower.  Eagle has a history dating back to 1836.  When the southern branch of the Milwaukee & St Paul Railroad came through the town in 1851, the Village of Eagle Center was created, leading to the eventual decline of other villages in the township.  With the passing of time, the Village name evolved to Eagle.

By 1880, the Village was considered the t...

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