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Sign for Frisco Fire Station

January 12, 2017


Frisco Fire Station 5 is located in Frisco, Texas. They contacted Dallas Digital Signs & Graphics to design and construct  a modern and highly visible monument sign to be placed outside their building.

For this monument signage, we used brushed aluminum composite panels for the faces of the signs. We used this material in order to create a sleek and modern, somewhat reflective background that would hold up the push through edge lit signage letters we would later install.

The aluminum panels were computer router cut to be an exact match to the lettering that would be produced to fit them.

To attach the panels to the brick monument, we constructed and installed two parallel aluminum mounting rails  and secured them with masonry anchor bolts to the brick surface.

The edge lit push through style letters were computerized router fabricated from 3/4" thick solid acrylic and then the faces custom painted to Fire Station 5 red.

The letters were installed in the brushed aluminum cabinets, and then LED illumination was installed behind the lettering to provide the brilliant edge lighting that is the hallmark of push through letter signage.

We wired the two sign panels into the buildings electrical system, and used a timer to control the lighting to come on at night.

Frisco Fire Station 5 now has a modern, beautiful very high visibility sign that draws attention to their fire department!
If your company needs professionally designed and installed LED illuminated signs in Dallas, Fort Worth, or anywhere in Texas of Oklahoma, give our friendly experts a call toll free at 800-238-6064. You can also visit our website at for more information.
​ "To protect lives, property and the environment from the adverse effects of fires, illness, accidents, natural disasters and other hazards by promoting public safety education and maintaining a well-equipped, highly trained and motivated workforce of professional firefighters and rescue personnel."

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