Sign Restoration Projects
Sometimes a new sign is not needed. A building may have a sign with historical and/or iconic meaning. Sign restoration can be a major undertaking. You want to make sure you use a company that knows the value and importance of these signs, a company that uses suitable materials, going so far as to match the original paint colors and style.
SIGNWORKS, Inc. is proud to have restored the signs listed below, all historical and iconic Omaha signs. Our craftsmen are true artisans. With our attention to detail, we have been able to restore these signs to their original state through research and appreciation for their cultural integrity.
Take a look through our Photo Gallery of Sign Restoration. We’ve included a bit of history about each client. We’re proud to say we’ve been able to restore these signs to their original state, so they can continue to carry on the image of each business.
La Casa Sign Restoration
La Casa’s sign has become one of the most recognized in Omaha. The sign was restored, matching original paint colors and even hand-lettered. View the larger photo and sign restoration details.
Wolf Brothers Sign Restoration (On-Going Maintenance)
The Wolf Brothers sign, another Omaha icon, has not needed a full restoration yet. We have been providing on-site maintenance to keep it from deteriorating and forcing a full restoration. View the larger photo and sign restoration details.
Piccolo’s Sign Restoration
Piccolo Pete’s Restaurant has been a South Omaha tradition since 1933. When their sign needed restoration, they contacted us. View the larger photo and sign restoration details.
Charlie Graham Sign Restoration
Charlie Graham’s animated sign was installed when they opened in 1969. The sign alternates back and forth between a crunched car and fixed one. The sign has even been featured in “Roadside Architecture.” We removed the sign, restored it, and re-installed it in 2009. View the larger photo and sign restoration details.
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (402) 346-5447.