Our NEW Location

Block Stoneworks and Checker Signs are pleased to announce the relocation within Morden after six months of renovations. Thank you to many local trades, Checker Signs staff, family, and friends for all the time and energy as we worked together to transition to this location that offers the following amenities:

Parking

Building accessibility

Showroom

Product pick-up area

Customer Service workspace

Vehicle Lettering & Wraps

Whether you have a single vehicle or manage a fleet, you can create a bumper-to-bumper marketing machine with our fast and easy custom vehicle lettering and graphics solutions!

Digitally printed custom car graphics can include photographs, full color logos, and vehicle wraps. We produce car graphic decals that can easily adhere to your car, van, or truck doors, and identify your business to your customers and potential future customers.

Check out our vehicle lettering and wrap gallery for more examples as the possibilities are endless! So bring us your idea and we will create a mobile billboard within your budget.  Another option is to have your marketing team create the artwork and Checker Signs staff will do the rest.

Photos to Acrylic Mounting

Checker Signs wants to work with photographers like you to produce your acrylic mounted image. This crisp look with contemporary appeal is typically seen in high-end galleries and museums, and is now available for your home, office, or as a unique gift.

Your digital image will be printed on a photo paper that is face mounted to 6 mm thick high gloss finish acrylic, that results in a completely flat mount of the image that is also protected against ultraviolet (UV) light.

The light penetration and refraction of clear acrylic will produce a sharp image with brilliant colours that pop, and looks dazzling compared to a standard glass picture frame. Your image will be printed, mounted, and ready to hang.

 

Marketing a Vision

A marketing professional arrived at Checker Signs with the need to promote their extensive eyewear collection. They desired a larger than life pair of eyeglass frames.   Here was another challenge with the opportunity to use a CNC router, laminator, and to sand and sculpt wood into a three dimensional, fully operational, four foot hinged pair of frames. Merle looked forward to this job, knowing it would be labour intensive.

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