LED Solutions supplied and installed a new super bright white LED channel letter sign with cursive for The Plough. This longtime community pub has been transformed into the soon to be HOTSPOT of downtown Burlington.  Custom awnings with selected fabric and LED color changing light bars underneath completely illuminate the sidewalk and surroundings for security and no need for additional lighting.

 

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LED Solutions recently supplied and installed a corporate signage package for CAA Burlington, the latest in a number of locations we have done. The project involved 66 individual channel letters, large oval logos, pylon inserts and directional signage – all with wide area Samsung LED modules guaranteed against failure for five years and zero or minimal maintenance requirements

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We recently completed installing LED lighting on a three-sided cross on top of a 150 ft high telecommunications tower! Working with TurrisCorp, a nationwide engineering and communications tower management company, LED Solutions supplied both specialist fabrication and specialty LED lighting services.  We used Samsung outdoor rated LED modules, custom mounted with remotely located power supplies and control systems.

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LED Solutions, working with Zortech Industries and Media Resources,  have manufactured and installed possibly the brightest custom LED sign in the country. Designed specifically for elevated locations, the sign is day/night capable, low maintenance and powered by state of the art custom designed LED panels.  The installation required the closure of Yonge Street for several hours!

It was so bright that we were asked by the client to turn it down –

“I drove out to see it tonight and small planes are navigating towards it and using it land on Yonge Street!”