Custom Design Services: West Palm Beach, Florida
In today’s competitive retail marketplace in West Palm Beach, nothing is more important than a good-looking custom commercial display. Whether your West Palm Beach 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 West Palm Beach 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.
Cepero Remodeling West Palm Beach
5762 Okeechobee Blvd Suite No. 305, West Palm Beach, FL 33417
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 West Palm Beach, so please call!
Historical Facts about West Palm Beach
Then came the killer hurricanes of 1926 and 1928. From 1929 to 1930, the Depression dropped West Palm Beach’s total property value by more than half. By 1935 property value was down to a little more than its pre-boom 1920 value. West Palm Beach would come back, but it took a world war to do it.
Strengthened by military dollars during World War II and an influx of veterans moving south after 1945, West Palm Beach exploded into a new era of progress. The city’s total property value rose from a rock-bottom $18 million in 1935 to $72 million in 1949 and continued to surge year by year until it was $147.5 million by 1962 – an 800% increase in less than 30 years. The West Palm Beach metropolitan area was the fourth fastest growing area in the United States between 1950 and 1960. Development spread west past Military Trail and south to Lake Clarke Shores. Ads in the Palm Beach Post touted “new prestige neighborhoods” of concrete block homes in “suburban community villages.” What could be finer than a three-bedroom, swimming pool home with central air – for just $14,950? The first TV station WIRK (Channel 21) came to town in 1953, and channels 5 and 12 followed a few years later.
On October 29, 1966, the main terminal at Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach was dedicated (today over six million passengers a year pass through PBIA). Between 1990 and 2000, the population of West Palm Beach grew 22.8%. There are now over 100,000 permanent residents making West Palm Beach the largest community in Palm Beach County as well as the seat of its county government, judicial complex and boasting a newly renovated, vibrant downtown business district. West Palm Beach continues to grow into the 21st Century.