Custom Architectural Signage

and so very much more!



End to End Service

We partner with our clients from concept to installation. Our team is wired to serve in whatever capacity needed to produce the most effective results. Whether architectural, ADA compliant, wayfinding, donor displays, awards, or industrial signage you can rest assured that we will provide creative concepts that deliver your message effectively and distinctly. Our in-house approach provides high level design, life-like renderings, and revisions as needed to fit any scope of project. Clients working within a known budget value our ability to provide unique solutions while not losing sight of the dollars and cents. Lastly, we love to exceed expectations.

  • Architectural Signage
  • ADA Compliant
  • Wayfinding
  • Industrial Signage
  • Donor Displays
  • Corporate Awards
  • Custom Giftware
  • Large Format Printing
  • Banners

Distinctive Messaging

Say it with distinction.
Say it with MICHENERS.

Messages can be conveyed with words, images, graphics, icons, or any combination thereof. They can welcome or restrict, give direction or show affection. They can be as simple or as eye-catching as you wish. When you choose Micheners, you can be sure that your message will be treated with the best elements of design and the best medium for your needs.

Whether your message is for personal or business use, allow us to help you say with it distinction.

Contact Michener's Engraving Today!

we are engravers!

We are sign makers, award suppliers, recognition specialists, and banner producers, with a firm history rooted in the art of engraving.

Honing our craft of engraving has provided a strong foundation for our success today using state-of-the art applications and machinery while continuing to use traditional engraving techniques. We have eyes for details, hands for skill, and a passion to deliver superior service and products.

So while we relish the modern ways our business now serves its clients, it gives us great pride to say, “But first we were engravers.”