Our portfolio has a very large range of unique signage.
Fremont BrewingBusiness is booming at the local Seattle brewery, Fremont Brewing Company. This year alone, they invested in a new 80,000 square foot brew house in Ballard, which will increase their production capacity by 100,000 barrels per year. "That is more than 8 times the amount of beer Fremont produced in 2013".
WHAT WE DO BEST
We Build Custom Signs.
Western Neon serves all your signage needs. 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.Learn About Our Services
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.Learn More About Us
For nearly 25 years, Jay Blazek has been at the helm of Western Neon, furthering the training he received from his family and adding innovative techniques along the way. The company staff is approaching 20 members, each dedicated to making client satisfaction paramount.
Signs are the first and best marketing investment a company can make. Nothing else you create or purchase will sell your business 24 hours a day, like your sign. That’s why there is so much sense of accomplishment and pride … Continue reading →
Changing Landscape of the Hill We’ve all heard the chatter that Capitol Hill is changing too fast. The focus is on how artists and residents are being pushed out, but no one ever talks about the changing landscape for the … Continue reading →
Last year, we partnered with Rainier Beer, MOHAI, and Columbia Distributing to restore the Rainer “R” and put it back on the top of the Old Rainier Brewery. Before all the fanfare of raising the “R” to its rightful place, we had the opportunity to bring … Continue reading →