Ad Display Signs utilizes CNC water-jet, CNC laser, CNC router, metal shear, and rotary engraver cutting machinery in
one shop for raw material processing. Both an extra large and a small paint booth allow us to handle signs
of all sizes. Graining and polishing of metals is handled in-house for most projects. Only a limited
of signs require highly respected local sub-contractors for metal finishing. AD Display strives to be a
ONE-STOP-SHOP for any and all signage needs.
Architects and designers recognize Ad Display Signs as a quality manufacturer and supplier of ADA signs. All our products comply with the stringent requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). A quality finish is guaranteed whether we use rotary engraved recessed Braille, raster Braille, or photopolymer Braille techniques. We can fabricate following your existing signage styles, or match architectural qualities of the facility. Our skilled craftsmen use a variety of techniques to ensure quality ADA compliant products whether you require a new sign or a retrofit.
Ad Display Signs has a in-house roll printing and the knowledge to work with UV-White ink printing. Our goal
to use the most environmentally friendly inks available and sustainable medias. VOC-free 64" wide rolls. LEED certification standards for office spaces
be maintained or upgraded with proper recyclable VOC-free signage. Hospitals and schools can purchase our
Latex Ink prints on HP PVC-free Wall Paper to meet the GREENGUARD Children & Schools standard for low
emitting products and AgBB criteria for health-related evaluation of VOC emissions of indoor building
Our In House Printers: HP 365 Latex | Epson T7270 | Epson Stylus Pro 9880
Ad Display Signs can produce and install customized surrounds and mountings for digital interactive kiosks. Medical and educational institutions looking for easily customizable directories and wayfinding have a simple solution with affordable products. Ad Display also creates custom surrounds for customer programmed wall, pedestal and cabinet mounted computer driven displays.