Heath Northwest Signs

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Heath Northwest Signs is committed to customer satisfaction first and foremost. We devote the same quality and service to any job we produce whether it’s for the small business owner or the national chain with locations across the U.S. Our goal is to assist our clients in achieving an effective sign program, where design, engineering, and craftsmanship combine to form a specialized structure, that meets their specific needs.

Through dedication and a teamwork approach our company has achieved success. The methods we have developed over the years to control and coordinate our activities with our clients are significant factors in keeping a complicated project running smoothly.

Let us become the symbol of safety and reliability you require to protect the identity you have worked so hard to achieve.

Heath Northwest was established in 1967 by founder, Jim Smith. The company was originally involved in lighting maintenance and eventually evolved into an electrical sign company with the purchase of Valley Neon in Yakima. Upon moving into a 20,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Yakima, Heath Northwest became the largest custom sign company in Washington and Oregon.

Ramsay Signs acquired Heath Northwest in 2002. Since the acquisition, Heath Northwest has continued to increase their reputation throughout the northwest as one of the premier sign companies with a local and national customer base.

Established in 1911 by A.G. Ramsay, founder of Ramsay Sign Company and President of Brilliant Neon Corporation. Ramsay and Brilliant merged in 1933 to become Ramsay Signs, Inc. Today Ramsay Signs is one of the leading sign companies in the Northwest.

Ramsay Signs is a certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE).

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