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Located in Hyde Park, NY, our company has been a family owned and operated business since 1990, and was incorporated in 1994.  We started out at doing technical illustrations for books and have expanded into high quality graphics and sign building; growing as technology in this area expanded.
Our service and quality is second to none.  Our customers often remark at how pleased and surprised they were at how fast we responded to their call, and how quick we finished their project.

The business owner.

Bill Ofca, company owner, is a life long resident of Hyde Park, New York.

A staff member on the job at Dooley Square, Poughkeepsie, NY

We are dedicated to serving our customer's needs, and our goal is 100% customer satisfaction. We strive to bring you the best in quality materials and service. If something isn't right, please let us know.
Company owner, Bill Ofca, brings to the business 33 years of engineering experience.  Working with dimensions, designing special hanging brackets, or calculating wind load factors are second nature to his thinking.  Now retired from engineering employment, Bill runs the sign shop full time, while continuing engineering consulting as a side line of work.  Bill has been doing design work using computers since the 1980's.  The transition to sign making using computer technology for graphic design, and operating vinyl plotter machines for cutting and/or printing, was "very easy for me", commented Bill.
After early retirement from his engineering job, Bill attended night classes at a local college to hone his graphics skills with Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw software, and has attended many trade shows and trade seminars to add to his sign building skills.  "My goal is to give my clients a high degree of professional results that bring satifaction to every project, while constantly expanding capability with new methods and technology", states Bill.