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Testimonial Thursday - Ethel Biensach of the Maryland Automobile Dealers Association - Ian recently provided and installed our Association’s logo in our office. He was very professional and accommodating. He truly takes pride in his work and it shows. We’ve received many compliments on the logo and would not hesitate to recommend or use his services again should the need arise. Read other testimonials about High Mountain Signs here: http://ow.ly/vvJjf

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Terminology Tuesday - Pole Banner - Usually a vertical banner that is fixed to either a pole or wall with brackets, interior or exterior. These are two sided and have rod pockets sewn into the top and bottom where the brackets fit into. Grommets are set in both pocket seams on one side only. Cable or zip ties run through the grommets and the bracket bases. This keeps the banner secure, especially in foul weather and wind. See pictures and read about other sign terminology here: http://ow.ly/vvHU6

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Testimonial Thursday - Elaine Gershberg of Attman’s Deli - We were searching for a company to put our logo and photos onto our new white delivery van and wisely chose Ian for the project. He and Kevin were very helpful, creative, and accommodating, and a pleasure to work with. The van looks really great, and given the opportunity, we would not hesitate to use their services again. Read other testimonials about High Mountain Signs here: http://ow.ly/vvJjf

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Terminology Tuesday - Grommets - Flat and round brass reinforcements that strengthen holes in a sign. These are mostly used in banners and come in nickel and brass finishes. See pictures and read about other sign terminology here: http://ow.ly/vvHU6

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Testimonial Thursday - Gail Mangels of Lindler Fried - I have been a client of Ian Hochberg’s since 1989 and have always found him delightful to work with. I’ve ordered many different types of signs, banners and stands over the years and received quality products in return. Read other testimonials about High Mountain Signs here: http://ow.ly/vvJjf

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Terminology Tuesday - Cut Vinyl Decals - Even though digital graphics are certainly the way of the future, cut vinyl decals are still essential for certain jobs. The decals shown are going to be used for The Gormley Gallery of The Notre Dame University of Maryland, Decals of this type are required for window and door lettering and for other similar situations. See pictures and read about other sign terminology here: http://ow.ly/vvHU6

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Testimonial Thursday - Mark Bendann of Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake - Our organization has had an excellent relationship with High Mountain Signs for approximately 6 years. During that time, we have found them to be responsive to our needs, producing high quality materials at competitive prices. More importantly, they have proven to be a partner that we can work with to assure a mutually beneficial outcome. Read other testimonials about High Mountain Signs here: http://ow.ly/vvJjf

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Terminology Tuesday - Corplast - Corrugated plastic. A lightweight and inexpensive material that is similar to corrugated cardboard, in that it has hollow flutes running through it. This is used for temporary sign requirements, such as lawn and political signs. It comes in various colors. Wire stakes are available that fit into the corrugation for posting in ground. See pictures and read about other sign terminology here: http://ow.ly/vvHU6

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Testimonial Thursday - Christina Feldhaus of Baltimore Business Journal - High Mountain has provided us with fast service and high quality work. It is a pleasure working with a company that is so accommodating and friendly. Read other testimonials about High Mountain Signs here: http://ow.ly/vvJjf

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Terminology Tuesday - Contoured Metal Sign - A contoured sign is cut to a particular shape, allowing for unique custom appearance. This example has holes that were pre-drilled for easy installation. See pictures and read about other sign terminology here: http://ow.ly/vvHU6
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