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Fabricating brand experiences since 1983.

TA Appliances is a company we’ve worked with since 1990, and in that time we’ve had the opportunity to update signs – interior and exterior – for all five locations across Waterloo Region and the Greater Toronto Area. They have made use of everything from pylon signs, to lifestyle wall murals, from way-finding to vehicle graphics and everything in between.

Can you give us a job overview?

Recently, when TA Appliances decided to renovate and modernize their Kitchener showroom, Signs Galore was tasked with rebranding. The challenge was to make sure that the rebrand followed the recently modernized building. Signs Galore presented designs for a new pylon sign, channel letters, window graphics, and lifestyle prints... and even refurbished an old pylon sign that needed updating.

The challenge was to ensure that the rebrand followed the recently modernized building.

Was there something unique about this project?

This project had a unique element: the pylon sign. It had a halo shape and a face-lit logo with channel letters. Its high quality, digital, and full-colour display paired well with the crisp lines to create a fresh, clean design that complemented the newly renovated building.

We have been working with Signs Galore for over 20 years. They do all of our signage and we are always happy with the quality of their work, design help, installation, and prices.

Tammy Boomhauwer

Advertising & Marketing Manager, TA Appliances

How did the client approach you?

Because we have had a relationship with TA Appliances for so long, they knew they wanted to work with us. All they wanted was a quote, and for us to do everything else.

All they wanted was a quote, and for us to do everything else.