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    From design to fabrication to installation, Western Neon serves all your signage needs while matching your company with the proper visual message. Our staff understands the need to maximize your visibility and lasting presence in the marketplace. Whether incorporating neon, LED, fluorescent, dimensional components or digital images, our signs are built to your best fit.



    Founded in 1985, Western Neon constantly strives to provide clients with signage solutions. We exist to create a unique experience where creativity and passion unite. Every sign, no matter what the value, must be flawless of defects and always superior. We are efficient, innovative, and professional. Our continued willingness to improve with every project will inevitably continue our success.


    We have a strong commitment to the environment. We are proud to be the first sign company in Washington to start recycling neon tubing. Our method of manufacturing and recycling neon tubing is used by King County as a model for the local sign industry.

LATEST NEWS

    Project of the Month: Chophouse Row

    Developed by Dunn & Hobbes Completed in Spring of 2015 Chophouse Row was the last stage of a multi-year redevelopment by Dunn & Hobbes and can be found on 11th  Ave bounded by 12th and Pike St on Capitol Hill.  Originally constructed in 1924, … Continue reading

    Topic of the Month: Fastest Growing Companies

    “Born and Raced in Seattle Est. 2007” Sally Bergesen, Founder and CEO of Oiselle, initially fell in love with running on her high school’s cross country team. She reintroduced herself to the sport in college to lose some unwanted weight gained while … Continue reading

    Project of the Month – Living Computers: Museum + Labs

    Since 2012, Living Computers Museum has given tech-savvy Seattleites hands-on experience with computers from the 1960’s to present day. The newly renovated Living Computers: Museum + Labs is a non-profit community institution owned by Paul G. Allen, featuring a private collection of historical artifacts and education center. Paul Allen explains, “It is possible that no other technology on earth has so continually … Continue reading

Project of the Month: Chophouse Row

Topic of the Month: Fastest Growing Companies

Project of the Month – Living Computers: Museum + Labs