Custom Design Services: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
In today’s competitive retail marketplace in Fort Lauderdale, nothing is more important than a good-looking custom commercial display. Whether your Fort Lauderdale business is in retail such as a health food store, supermarket, or even a kiosk at the local mall, or whether you are looking for some other type of custom commercial display, it is imperative to have a high quality and good-looking display for your business and your products.
Cepero Remodeling is the market leader in the greater Fort Lauderdale area for many local businesses. Using CNC machine services, or otherwise known as custom numerical control technology, we can work with you to move from design concept to finished custom display.
Among the issues to be considered are the following.
- Your budget. We can work with you on any budget constraint.
- Your Brand Image. Whether your brand image is traditional or modern, our custom display design will make you unique and will be in accord with your brand image.
- Materials. Within the constraints of your budget we will work with you to identify and use the highest quality materials, whether made from wood, or other types of materials such as plastic or metal.
Contact Us to Discuss Your Custom Commercial Display Design
We know that it is important to move from design concept to finished design, so give us a call today to discuss your custom commercial display design needs. We’re convenient to all of Fort Lauderdale, so please call!
Historical Facts about Fort Lauderdale
The city of Fort Lauderdale is named for a fortification built during the Second Seminole War on the banks of the New River. In 1838 Major William Lauderdale led a detachment of Tennessee Volunteers south along the east coast of Florida to capture Seminole agricultural lands and battle the elusive Indian warriors. Altogether, three Forts Lauderdale would be constructed: the first at the fork of the New River; the second at Tarpon Bend; and the third and largest on the beach, at the site of today’s Bahia Mar.
After the Second Seminole War ended, southeastern Florida remained a virtual wilderness due to the lack of transportation into the region. In 1892, however, the Dade County government authorized the construction of a rock road between Lantana (in Palm Beach County) and Lemon City (now North Miami). An overnight camp and ferry crossing was established at the New River, and Ohio native Frank Stranahan arrived to take charge of the facilities. He established a flourishing trading post with the local Seminoles, and by 1895 Stranahan’s Trading Post was a south Florida landmark.
In 1896 the Florida East Coast Railway reached southward to Fort Lauderdale, providing rapid transportation to south Florida from all parts of the nation. The little village increased in size and was incorporated in 1911 as the City of Fort Lauderdale. In 1915 Broward County was created out of parts of Dade and Palm Beach counties.