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    Reliable Signs, LLC
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    Client Services
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    Roswell, GA
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    Full Service Shop

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    10800 Alpharetta Hwy.
    Roswell, GA
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    Bucket Trucks, Aerial Lifts, Augers, Trailers, Welders, Fabrication Equipment

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  1. We called these guys at Dynapac Rotating several ago and they helped us with an old rotating pharmacy sign that looked similar to your project. They were very helpful and friendly. Here is some info from their home page: "Did you know that Dynapac has a full staff of engineers with competencies including Control Systems, Materials, Electronics and most importantly MECHANICAL ENGINEERING? Don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-801-485-2221 now to schedule a FREE 30 minute engineering assessment of your project! We can help you identify the best and most cost effective methods for making yo
  2. I would love to see a sign magazine Call the " Sign Syndicate Magazine" and I bet most of us would agree. A true sign trade magazine not catering to the corporate advertisers. Just the facts mam! I wonder how much funding it would take to get it off the ground? What you say Eric? We could all do our part by sending in articles and subscribing to it.
  3. We are in Georgia which opened first. Most of our projects are Metro Atlanta and the surrounding 50 mile radius. It has slowed down for us and some of our projects were put on hold. All of our projects that were on hold have now resumed. One positive result of the debacle was we were able to get a few permits issued without going to design review board meetings. Maybe they will decide they don’t really need those meetings after all. One can hope sanity prevails. The permit was handled by a few emails. Lots of businesses here in Georgia never really shut down. Some of the more visible on
  4. We are going about as normal without masks. Just installed 2 sets of channel letters yesterday in downtown Atlanta. **********************
  5. My friend sent this photo to me last night. Looks like the driver tried to drive in between poles of this pylon sign in Wylie Texas. I wonder if the other pole is still standing. Just curious of opinions of what would be the proper steps for a professional sign company to take to restore this pylon sign?
  6. Carlton we are in living in historic times. Things are rapidly changing in the world and here in America. Best to prepare so fear doesn't cause one to panic. So how can one protect yourself and family during these times? Beyond common sense approach of washing ones hands, disinfecting surfaces and staying away from infected individuals you can take the following precautions and integrate these into your life to enhance your immune system. For Covid-19 Coronavirus or any flu the best protection is to build up your immune system with proper whole organic food and nutrients plus avoid
  7. Eastern Metals has several size extrusions. https://www.easternmetal.com/signage_extrusions.html
  8. Eric Good Day! I think we all play a part in getting the truth out but you had the idea, determination and perseverance to see it through. So kudos and bravo to you. So to commemorate the Sign Syndicate Community Effort to Stay on top of the truth here is an idea you might add as one of your product offerings.... or some other meme in the same direction. See attached photo. It might catch on...
  9. What do you think... I think we owe Erik an Appreciation Day for being a truth warrior all these years and standing up for the rights of sign people everywhere. Let's be honest it's not an easy task taking on that responsibility, taking the fiery arrows and taking the risk. He is speaking the truth and freeing us from the propaganda of the entrenched corrupt self serving corporate interests that continue to try to dominate us and take over the sign industry and other industries. When we speak the truth we are freeing one mind at a time. Thank you Erik! You are a truth Warrior and True America
  10. Our policy is to always get paid in advance for removals unless you already have an existing working relationship with them. Totally agree with Paul321
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  12. Trump wants Chinese parts out of American weapons. Especially those spy chips! https://americanmilitarynews.com/2018/10/trump-wants-chinese-parts-out-of-american-weapons/ Time to expose the enemies in our own government. Protect against enemies foreign and domestic
  13. This is where self worth, discernment and your intuition come into play with each customer. You will get a gut feeling about each customer and will begin to trust your intuition. Plus put some policies into place that keep you from excess drawing time. We only use a virtual layout of the sign showing how the sign looks pasted onto a photo of the wall and scale it to be accurate. For monuments or pylons we have a scale stick that we place in the photo so the scale is accurate. No specs or details with customers we have no history with. We answer all the customers questions about dimension
  14. I agree that you should create the right circumstances to get paid such as 50% deposit and payment on delivery prior to installation. That is our policy an we rarely have a collection problem. However sometimes you will get into a situation in commerce that requires additional efforts to get paid. In commerce Liens are a good way to put on the pressure to get paid. Also Learn how to go after the Performance Bonds that are purchased by the person you contracted with for them to get their business license. You go after the bonding company that bonded the company. Most are unaware that there are
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