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We've made many great signs, here are some examples and comparisons... If you require additional images or descriptions please feel free to contact us and we'll be happy to provide them for you:

Below are three of the new fiberglass signs that were manufactured and installed recently. Please click on the image in order to display a larger version.

1999 Fiberglass Sign 2003 Fiberglass Sign Brand New Fiberglass

Our signs will look great after years of service and very little maintenance. Here are some examples of signs installed, from left to right in 1984, 1986 and 1996. As you can see, there is very little wear and tear:

Installed 1984 Installed 1986 Installed 1996

As an additional example, here is an example of signs located at the Newberry Volcanic Monument in Oregon. On the left, you see a wooden sign, to the right of it – a fiberglass sign installed at about the same time. A third picture is a picture of a brand new sign... Can you tell which two signs we produced?

1-year-old Wood 4-year-old Fiberglass Brand New Fiberglass

Our signs are very easy to maintain. All you have to do is spray and wipe them with “Formula 2001” with UV protectant or pressure wash them. Below is the picture of the sign that was cleaned 8 years after installation. We cleaned the bottom right corner to begin with…. Plus, bullet holes, such as the one in the picture to the right can be repaired on site.

Cleaned Section, Fiberglass Bullet hole

Our Shields, as shown below on the left, are made of solid fiberglass and are practically bullet proof and ageless. Plus, our unique mounting technique helps you avoid making holes in those beautiful and treasured items. Compare it to the wooden counterparts, directly to he right, and you'll see what kind of problems you'll avoid by putting our products to the test in your area…

Fiberglass Shield Wooden Shield Painted Wooden Shield

Every one of our signs, as shown below in the left, is sandblasted or routed and puddled with fiberglass gel coat so it does not need repainting. You will never have to maintain and repair them like the wooden ones on the right….

5-year-old Gel-coated Fiberglass Painted Plywood Repaired Painted Plywood

Below, on the left is one of our biggest signs... 12' by 6' for LaGrande Ranger District, NOAA and Fish and Wildlife department in Oregon . On the right, is the sign for Tongass National Forrest, one of the most photographed signs out there.

12' by 6' La Grande 13' by 4' Tongass sign

At Country Classic Inc. we developed a unique way of mounting the USDA Shields and other emblems. This process allows our clients to mount these itmes without drilling throught them, plus it minimizes theft and damage.

As you can see on the pictures below, we insert T-nuts in the back of the shield and seal them with fiberglass. Our clients use allthread to mount the itmes. Pelase feel free to contact us if you have any questions about this process.

We hope you'll enjoy our site. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments. We look forward to working with you!

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