William Miller founded Miller Signs in 1971. Starting out as a simple freelancer, William began hand painting letters for several shop windows and storefronts. This granted him the professional experience and the connections he needed to make his business great. Looking to enhance his crafting capabilities, William taught himself the art of neon bending, which was a form of extremely popular signage at the time. By doing this, he became quickly known throughout the community. He made signs for hotels, bars, restaurants, movie theaters, and so much more.
As business grew, William brought on more and more employees to handle projects for the expanding number of businesses in the area. He has hired painters, specialized fabricators, graphic designers, project managers, code specialists, and several office staff. Each of these people play their own vital role in each project we complete.
In present years, technology has also assisted in the advance of our company's prominence. We now have our own vinyl printers, flat bed printers, ADA sign development machines, a variety of crane and bucket trucks, designing software, high-end welding and fabrication equipment, and standard operating computer systems. With these tools we have the capability to create a wide array of signage. Miller Signs creates monument signs, channel lettering, digital displays, awnings, wayfinding signage, vehicle graphics, free-standing signs, and so much more.
One of the reasons that Miller Signs is so efficient is that we are all such a close-knit team. Everyone helps each other and each person has their own versatile set of skills to get the job done. Miller Signs strives to maintain the individuality of each project's importance and takes pride in our remarkable craftsmanship. We strive to provide you with something truly outstanding by fine tuning every single detail. After all, you deserve the very best for your business.