There are other practical reasons. Vinyl lettering produces a vast amount of waste, of the weeded vinyl, carrier sheet and transfer tape. Lots of bulk waste, most of it plastic. Yuck.
If you keep a sign long enough, it will eventually fade and need refinishing. A painted sign is easy – sanding and fresh paint. Vinyl has to scraped off, which is hours of costly tedious labor; for this reason, we do not refinish vinyl-lettered signs – it’s faster (and less expensive) to paint a new one!
Another thing you won’t see: Banners.
While temporary fabric signs have their place, the vast majority are now digitally printed. As such, we find that we cannot be competitive in that market – many so-called “sign shops” virtually give them away – and we prefer to spend our time and energy on high-quality, permanent signage.
More to the point of all this, is who we are and how we choose to spend our time. We are artisans and craftsmen, not machine operators.
Your sign will be made by hand, using the best available materials, with skills developed over a lifetime of experience.