Gatorfoam has been the industry’s leading heavy-duty foam board for over 30 years, and one company has been using it since its creation. Howmac Dimensional Graphics is a family-owned and operated sign company in Sedro Woolley, Washington. The company has been serving the signage and display industry since 1987.
With 30 years of experience, the company specializes in intricately fabricated dimensional letters and logos for both interior and exterior use. Using both router and laser cutting technologies, Howmac provides letters, graphics, and visual solutions for a wide variety of markets including commercial, educational, and corporate identity.
For a variety of applications, the company chooses 3A Composites Graphic Display USA’s Gatorfoam board. Joel Howard of Howmac explains, “Gatorfoam is our ‘go-to’ material for interior signage and display! We believe you get more bang for your buck with a dimensional Gatorfoam letter, logo or display.”
When current and potential clientele approach Howmac, they are often looking for a substrate that not only meets their needs, but also is of high quality, economically feasible and durable. Howard further describes, “Gatorfoam is less costly than most other substrates and is available up to 2” thick. Since we promote dimensional letters and logos, Gatorfoam is an obvious choice in many cases.”
Howmac is a leader in the signage community continuously pushing the boundaries of what each product can withstand. Their works are colorful, unique and multidimensional, often integrating metals or high gloss technologies. Although the company has used Gatorfoam for the past 30 years, they continue to innovate and explore its potential, remaining a cutting-edge source of signage and display solutions.
Photography and information courtesy of Howmac