Jump to content

ELECTRIC SIGN SUPPLIES

If You're Looking For Premium Electric Sign Industry Components Like Trim Cap, LED's, USHIO LED Lamps, Neon Supplies, or LED Power Supplies, Then Please Visit Our Online Store or Feel Free To Call Us For Inquiries or Placing an Order!!

Buy Now

NATIONAL SIGN & SERVICE COMPANY REVIEW LIST

For Sign Company's Who Work As Subcontractors

Before You Work For A National Sign & Service Company You Need To Look At The Reviews Of These Companies Before You Work For Them. Learn When To Expect Payment From Them and What It's Like To Work For Them, The Good, The Bad, The Ugly. Learn and Share Your Experiences Yourself For Others

You Must Be A Registered Member & A Subcontractor
Click Here

MEMBER LOCATION MAP

Looking for a fellow Sign Syndicate Company Member For A Sign Install or Maintenance Call? Locate a Supplier or Advertiser Regarding Thier Goods & Services?

Become a Member & Upgrade Your Free Membership So Others Can Locate You
Click Here

Now Hiring: MC Sign Company (Mentor, OH)


Recommended Posts

MC Sign Company is growing and currently looking for individuals with electric sign experience for an ESTIMATING / PURCHASING POSITION in our Mentor, OH office. We are looking for former service/installation technicians, or anyone with quoting/estimating experience. If you have experience in any of these areas and desire to be part of our team, please e-mail your resume and salary requirements to jobs@MCSign.com. Out of state applicants who are willing to relocate are welcome to apply.

For more information about MC Sign Company, please visit our website: www.mcsign.com

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Similar Content

    • By shimmy
      Mr. Sign of New Jersey Is looking to hire a lead sign installer to join our team.
      Mr. Sign of New Jersey offers full benefits, sign on bonus and great pay.
      If you are from out of state we will help pay for relocation expenses.
      Please email your resume to simon@mrsignnj.com to apply.
    • By mturner
      HANCOCK SIGN COMPANY - Installation Help Wanted
      EXPERIENCE Preferred, but willing to train qualified individual.
      Heights Involved. Drug Test REQUIRED.
      Fill Out Application Or Submit Resume @
      745 109th Street Arlington, TX
    • By Erik Sine
      MC Sign Co. sold to Los Angeles-based private equity firm

      MC Sign Co. of Mentor, which provides sign and lighting services to customers in the quick-serve restaurant, retail, convenience store and hospitality industries, has been sold by one private equity firm to another.

      Sverica Capital Management LLC, which has offices in San Francisco and Boston, announced it has closed the sale of MC Sign to Los Angeles-based Caltius Capital Management.

      Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Phone calls placed Thursday morning, Sept. 24, to Timothy Eippert, MC Sign’s CEO, and a Sverica managing director, Jordan Richards, were not immediately returned.

      MC Sign was founded in 1953 in Ashtabula, according to a corporate history on its website. The company describes itself as “one of the largest providers of signage, lighting, and maintenance services throughout the United States and Canada.”

      In a news release, Sverica said it acquired a majority interest in MC Sign in 2008. Over the course of its investment, Sverica said, it “guided the company through robust top-line growth, identified and entered high growth adjacent service lines and completed one add-on acquisition.”

      Dave Finley, a managing director at Sverica, said in the release that MC Sign “has grown from a company focused on sign installation and maintenance, to a diversified facilities maintenance organization serving a number of trades including lighting and electrical. Both Sverica and management felt it was an opportune time to explore another financial partner.”

      Eippert said in the release that Sverica “has been a tremendous partner” that “has helped MC Sign increase revenue by nearly 65% during their ownership.”
    • By KC Rutiaga
      83 Year Old Sign Manufacturer Seeks Installer/Technician
      1. Wall Signs -- Electric - sign installation, including individual pan channel letters, reverse (halo lit) channel letters, exposed neon, cabinet signs. Installation to include wall attachment, wiring and other electrical work, installation and connection of transformers and ballasts, etc.
      2. Wall Signs -- Non-electric - sign installation, including PVC letters, plastic letters, metal letters, foam letters and other applications. Installation to include wall attachment.
      3. Monument Signs -- Installation to include foundation, cabinet and electrical connection.
      4. Pylon Signs -- Installation to include foundation, cabinet and electrical connection.
      5. Service and Repair -- Sign repair, including rewiring, replacing transformers and ballasts, relamping, removal and replacement of broken or faulty neon units.
      6. Sign Survey -- Taking photos of existing signs and future sign areas, taking building measurements.
      7. Cannot have a fear of heights, as the majority of the work is conducted in the basket.
      8. Class B License Required

      An alternative position will be considered for those with extensive fabrication experience.
    • By jbinz
      Hello,
      We have several positions available at expanding company. We are looking for Installation crew leaders / helpers, service technicians and experienced fabricators. Top pay and benefits. Call 843-529-1414 or email resume to Joe at joe@charlestonsign.com.
      Thanks!




  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Featured Products



  • Topics

  • Posts

    • We continue to grow and grow.  We are in search of another Field Service Technician.   You can learn more and apply now at: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/1d60d158
    • Any chance anyone out there has an older Watchfire EMC they've removed with a phone modem?  Our city has a board we installed back in 07 and the board works great, the phone modem is just shot.  Watchfire is no longer making that hardware.     Thanks!
    • Most LED MFG's will just suggest layouts and tell you how many LEDs per foot without telling you how their LEDs will match up against the Standard Lighting in our industry which is Fluorescent HO Lamps.  If you haven't done any lighting for cabinets or never noticed, most fall short of even meeting the luminance that Fluorescent lamps give out on a sign face.   The light that falls short is known as "Usable Light", or light that just gets you there.  It's not Competitive lighting that you would need if your sign I located in a shopping center in competition with other signs looking to be noticed.   So here we have our new BrightON II....       The conventional Fluorescent HO (800ma High Output) Lamp light output is the standard in the Electric Sign Industry.  When loaded, configured, and installed correct with no cross talk, these lamps and ballasts are a VERY good light source that last for years.   Our High Efficient High-End BrightON IV HO LED modules match the light output of Fluorescent HO lamps of our longtime Electric Sign Standards in lighting applications.  More Light for Lesser Power   The Brighton IV LED is Constant Current, uses a High Efficient chip for illumination, mounted on a Aluminum PCB for better thermal cooling...not that we need Aluminum for a chip that is already under driven and produces less heat & resistance due to operating on a 24V System.   With the BrightON IV you'll save money in project costs over buying specialized proprietary channels/bars (Another reason for a sale) by simply purchasing some right angle aluminum channels for the top and bottom of a sign cabinet, and placing aluminum tubing in between to mount your High-End low cost BrightON IV LEDs on.         Double Face Sign Test Cabinet  4’ x 4’ x 12” D Module to face 5” Sign Face 3/16” Plexiglas MC White #7328       Fluorescent HO Lamp System Lamps in single and double faces cabinet fabrication typically are spaced 12” OC (On Center) Sign Face Luminance: 156.5 Foot Candles Power Consumption: 126 Watts     BrightON IV Double Face Sign Cabinet Spacing.  8” OC Module to Module, 12” OC Between Rows for Module to Sign Face in depths of 5” or 3” 5” Module to Sign Face Luminance: 156.5 Foot Candles 3.5” Module to Sign Face Luminance: 164 Foot Candles Power Consumption: 76.8 Watts   126 Watts - 76.8 Watts = 39% Savings in Energy Consumption   Single Face Spacing Suggestions 5” Depth, 9” - 9.5” spacing between rows, 7.5” - 8.5” spacing between modules 3” Depth, 8” - 9” spacing between rows, 8” - 9” spacing between modules     BrightON IV Usable Light Spacing If you want and need "Usable Light", here it is...some cases call for it.  This lighting would be slightly brighter than Hanley's NRG4.   Double Face Sign Cabinet Spacing.  9.5” OC Module to Module, 12” OC Between Rows for Module to Sign Face in depths of 5” or 3” Sign Face Luminance: 134.5 Foot Candles Power Consumption: 64 Watts   126 Watts - 76.8 Watts = 49% Savings in Energy Consumption         Why use the BrightON IV LED?   • For starters it's Constant Current unlike using Principal LED's Constant Voltage Qwik Mods or others.  Constant Current means each module is current regulated with translates to longer life.   • It's a 24 Volt system, which means our system has half the current running through the wiring and board which translates to half the heat & resistance of a 12 volt system.  In other words....Longer Life.   • With a 24V system you're able to use more LED modules on a single 96W channel over a 60W channel.       BrightON IV Aspects     24V High Performance, High Brightness LED Module Half the Amperage, Less Heat & Resistance than a 12V LED Module Aluminum PCB 40 Modules Per Bag 32.5’ (Full Stretch) 1.23 Modules Per Foot Constant Current Regulated, NOT Constant Voltage 175˙ High Efficiency Uniformity Optics 5 year, 50K Lifetime U.L. File E520387         For Inquiries or Orders you can contact us at (858) 880-1400 | orders@thesignsyndicate.com | order through our online Shopping Cart below        
    • SDS Automation is seeking a full-time parts manager with 3-5 years of experience to manage our parts department in our Boulder, CO location. To learn more about this great opportunity and apply for the position, click here: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/79b352df  
    • I can only speak for myself but.....I'd be embarrassed to be listed in the newest Signs of The Times June Issue of "Women In Signs"   For as long as I've been in the Sign Industry, and that's since the Spring of 1993...Women have always been in STRONG and POWERFUL positions in the Sign Industry from Sales, Project Management & Ownership.   This Sign Brochure and Rag does (which is what it is slowly creeping back too) nothing more other than Handicap Women.    Women don't need a special issue, trophy, notoriety to underline their "doings" or "Accomplishments", they've been doing it for decades and as long as I can remember.  Well, at least the "Spartan" like Women I know of this industry.  We live in a Merit driven society and we're always judged/advanced by our own production and accomplishments based on our own individual efforts, that's what this country grants us no matter our gender, religion, or background....and we have NO ceiling or cap.     There may be a few in our industry that feel like they can't make it in the world without some sort of handicap, or cut in line because of their gender, religion or background....but I don't know them...well, I'll walk that back...I know a few...VERY few.       I don't know what this rag is trying to get at with this issue, but it's really NOT a Sign of The Times...it's really "Behind the Times".    An article of "The People of The Sign Industry" would be a far better read, and across better merit base rather than "gender" victimization.....Finding content to write about must be slow right now.  
×
  • Create New...