Humble Sign Company – So much more than just a sign company
At Humble Sign Company, we have 18 years experience in sign configuring, large format graphics and vehicle wraps. Our company focuses on clients and who we serve. Customer service is our number one priority here at Humble Sign Co. To prove that, just look at our testimonials, or 75+ 5-Star google reviews. We were also named “Sign Company of the Year” in 2018 by Sign Builder Illustrated.
We are a sign company on the cutting edge of technology, making us the leading sign experts in Houston. Our experience put us in a position to provide you the best possible advice on all your signage needs. As a leading Houston sign company, we know what works and we’ll provide you with the most effective signage you can buy. Humble Sign Co also knows this industry and what questions to ask. Just see our “11 Things to Ask Your Sign Company” page and see how well we know signs. Increasing your business is our measure of success and we’ll work hard to help you accomplish that.
President, Bart Peterschick.
In 2010, Humble Sign Co was a side business to the owner of an auto mechanic shop. It was a two man printing company, and that’s being generous! In the midst of a horrible economy, Bart found himself under-employed and with a bleak future, suddenly along came the opportunity to purchase this ailing print shop. To be sure; this was an industry he knew zero about! With little to lose, Bart was easily all in and completely determined to get control of my future.
With Bart’s determinate and staff, they grew their company into what it is today. Over 30+ employees, over 5 million in sales, and opened their first brand new, state of the art facility in 2018.
It was not an an easy road. There were many ups and downs, weeks were Bart wasn’t sure they were going to make payroll, long nights and early mornings, but Humble Sign Co made it through it all, and continues to grow. In an interview with Voyage Houston, Bart says, “A primary ingredient to our success is -cliché – the people. You have to take care of them, pay them well, motivate, inspire and train. I worked for many of small businesses in the past. In doing so, I learned that a little appreciation can do wonders for moral.”