Depending on the size and scope of the job, our lead times are typically 2-3 weeks, from concept to completion.
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Wall & Sign Concepts’ products are all manufactured by our sister company, Treadway Industries LLC. Treadway has been fabricating and manufacturing EPS foam core products for over 35 years. Click here to visit TreadwayIndustries.com.
There are many possibilities, depending on our customer’s needs, but typically we use polyurethane, BCM and stucco.
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Wall & Sign Concepts offers installation services across Central Florida. Our sister company, AxiSign, produces light-weight monument signs that can be shipped all across the nation. Contact one of our estimators to see which sign is right for you!
Our AxiForm® wall system is a foam wall alternative to concrete walls, masonry walls, brick walls, and pre cast walls that has been developed over many years to provide landscape architects, builders, developers and other construction professionals with a simple, cost effective solution when creating durable perimeter security walls, monument signs, foam columns, fences, entryway features and other landscape elements.
Unlike other traditional wall systems our AxiForm® foam wall system is installed using pre-manufactured components comprising foam core panels, galvanized steel posts and rails finished with lightweight architectural accents.
A column is a rigid, upright support that usually includes a capital on top and a base at the bottom. Wall & Sign Concepts offers a variety of shapes and sizes of both columns and caps, all of which are customizable to suite your needs.
Wall & Sign Concepts offers a variety of fence and wall options. The combination wall includes both wall and fence aspects, with the wall system as the base and the fencing running along the top of the wall.
Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) is a rigid cellular plastic that is made from expandable polystyrene that contains an expansion agent. Wall & Sign Concepts uses EPS in the production of monument signs and wall systems. The great insulation properties of EPS foam make it an ideal material for sound barrier systems and lightweight installations.
EPS foam can be molded and textured or finished to look like real stone. This method offers a lightweight and less expensive alternative to cultured stone and masonry.
“The Fence That Thinks It’s a Wall” is exactly what you get – a factory finished system that installs like a fence, but looks and performs like a wall.
Available in virtually any type of finish, from faux brick to stucco and sand textures. Panels are strong, durable, lightweight and come 8′ long with heights varying from 2′ – for knee walls – up to 6′, depending on the application requirements. Amazingly quick and versatile – made to enhance and compliment any project or property.
As with all AxiCorp® wall systems, FenWall® systems are designed to withstand local building code requirements specifically related to wind loading, and walls an be designed to withstand up to 150 mph winds.
Monument Sign is a ground sign generally having a low profile with little or no open space between the ground and the sign and having a structure constructed of treated eps foam core.
A perimeter fence is a structure that circles the perimeter of an area. These fences are frequently made out of single vertical metal bars connected at the top and bottom with a horizontal bar. Wall & Sign Concepts offers decorative perimeter fencing, which is most commonly used in conjunction with custom columns, to highlight or distinguish a residential or commercial property.
A matte textured surface finish with no gloss; finished by application of a steady flow of sand and water under pressure; suitable for exterior use.
Stucco or render is a material made of an aggregate, a binder, and water. Stucco is applied wet and hardens to a very dense solid. It is used as decorative coating for walls and ceilings and as a sculptural and artistic material in architecture. Stucco may be used to cover less visually appealing construction materials such as concrete, cinder block, or clay brick and adobe.
The force on a structure arising from the impact of wind on it.