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Morton SaltRoof Signs
Right Way Signs of Chicago was contracted to paint the historic Morton Salt logo on a new roof at the Salt Shed in Chicago, IL. This hand painted logo is one of the most famous signs in Chicago.
Buc-ees Roof LogoRoof Signs
Custom hand painted 56′ Buc-ee’s mascot on a roof at one of their newest locations in Kentucky. This painted roof logo was hand painted by Right Way Signs of Chicago, a leader in custom roof logos and roof branding in the United States.
Link LogisticsRoof Signs
65,000 sq/ft hand painted logo we did for a warehouse in Southern California for Link Logistics. The Right Way Signs crew traveled to Southern California to complete this large roof logo, all done in house delivering the ultimate control over the project and keeping it within budget for the client.
Hy-Vee Roof LogoRoof Signs
Right Way Signs was contracted to hand paint a 65,000 sq/ft logo with built in QR code for the Hy-Vee Supermarket in Des Moines, Iowa right across the street from the Des Moines International Airport. Laid out and hand painted over the course of 4 weeks, the Right Way Signs hand painted the logo and artwork on this roof top that will be highly visible from both departures and arrivals at the airport.
Custom hand painted logo we did for Napa Auto Part in Glenview, IL. Logo measured approximately 60’x60′. Right Way Signs of Chicago specializes in hand painted roof logos in Chicago, the Chicagoland area and paints roof logos all over the country. We offer the best service, final product and warranty when it comes to roof logos. Contact us today for more information or a quote.
Duke RealtyRoof Signs
We have painted some big signs throughout our 47 years of sign painting and and sign making, but the Duke Realty logo project is our largest to date. This logo, measuring at 190,000 sq/ft was painted by our own Ches Perry over the course of 4 weeks. Located in Atlanta, GA, this project is aimed at grabbing the attention of flights coming into the airport. The impressive thing about this project is that Ches mapped this all out by hand before painting it, no stencils were used.