Kelowna Neon & Signs has spent several decades building valuable business relationships with companies throughout the Okanagan.
Kelowna Neon & Signs designs signage for Okanagan businesses, fabricates signs in Kelowna, and installs large signage of every type from cut vinyl upon plexiglass in custom fabricated light cans, to complete LED boards, throughout B.C.
Our Okanagan sign installations client list spans hundreds of names large and small. Our consistent quality workmanship and reasonable rates on your custom signage projects continue to keep our name at the fore front in sign production and installation.
We are a sign design, signage fabrication and sign installation facility specializing in large size fabrications.
West Kelowna Re/Max was pleased with this tremendous logo piece.
Powered by hundreds of high efficiency LEDs in a custom wiring pattern, this sign allows their large surface to be completely illuminated without costing massive quantities of electricity per month.
High durability vinyl attached to die cut plexi glass, framed by custom wrapped aluminum and finally plugged into custom power boxes for all the world to appreciate.
Kelowna Neon and Signs Manufacturing also provided the signs foundation, their inherent power systems and mounted this gianormous beauty upon the sign frame.
M & M Performance Kelowna
When M&M Performance asked for a sign that people could see from the highway, we knew that they wanted a sign you could see from space.
With massive die cut aluminum sheeting, the letters act as the backing to an equally massive construct of neon.
This sign is a beautiful example of what signage can be.
Showing their logo brightly lit in the night, M&M Performance enjoys complete visibility in all conditions.
Their interior neon signage allows people to easily and quickly pick out the various service counters without a second thought.
Rotary Centre for the Arts
Gigantic Frontage Sign for the Rotary Centre for the Arts in downtown Kelowna, British Columbia.
The main unit is a brilliant combination of neon effects, framed with plexi-glass and placed upon large die cut aluminum sheets. The letters, also die cut aluminum, are brushed for maximum reflectivity and visibility.
The backboard frame is steel tied slats of aluminum.