The Kunzang Palyul Choling (KPC) Maryland temple is located in rural Montgomery County, a pleasant half-hour drive from Washington, D.C. Visitors are always welcome. Across River Road from the KPC Temple in Poolesville, Maryland, is a 65-acre Peace Park, open to the public during daylight hours.
He does Handyman Services and Minor Remodels. His wife does residential and commercial cleaning.
How is that for hard working ambitious people?
In the Woodmore Center on University Blvd East, in Silver Spring
This is a lot of copy and a lot of logo. Took two-plus days to apply it all.
We don't nickel-and-dime you. No charge for "Color Match." No charge for "Setup." No charge for "Design Fee."
If you see this type of charge on an invoice or proposal from another signs shop, get out quick.
12x24" will fit any car door. We will do that size, in 30mil thickness, for a MAXIMUM of $80 per pair. Any amount of colors, any design, rounded corners.
If your magnetic sign is 15 mil thick, you probably got it from an out-of-state internet purveyor. The thin stuff doesn't last and the apparent economy is not a good choice. However, it makes people feel like they're getting an internet deal. Which they are- half thickness, half quality for half the money- plus S&H.
These are typically 15 mil. We sell them by the hundreds, dirt cheap. You can have one of about a dozen profile shapes (like a truck, or an oval) for very little extra money. Call for price chart.
At least once a month, remove the magnetic sign and wipe down the vehicle surface to avoid the mag "melding" into the paint, or discoloring it.
Note that magnets (and by extension, Magnetic Signs) do NOT stick to fiberglass or aluminum. Got a newer Ford F-150 Pickup? Guess what: they are aluminum (read: non-ferrous) and mags won't stick to them. If you are unsure, stick a regfrigerator mag to the door as a test!