Burkhart Building sign repaired


A piece of history is put back in place on top of the Burkhart Building housing Ron and Nita’s in downtown Sidney. The sign was taken down several years ago after it had started falling apart. Ron and Nita’s owner Nita McCrum saved the sign hoping it could someday be restored. The building was bought by Jeff and Cindy Helman in January. McCrum showed Jeff Helman the sign and he agreed the sign needed to be repaired. Helman, owner of Piper Visions LLC used modern technology to reinforce the sign and seal it from the elements with the intention of preserving the sign into the distant future. The sign was painted by Jay Brandyberry who used the same kind of paint used on semi trucks for longevity. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

A piece of history is put back in place on top of the Burkhart Building housing Ron and Nita’s in downtown Sidney. The sign was taken down several years ago after it had started falling apart. Ron and Nita’s owner Nita McCrum saved the sign hoping it could someday be restored. The building was bought by Jeff and Cindy Helman in January. McCrum showed Jeff Helman the sign and he agreed the sign needed to be repaired. Helman, owner of Piper Visions LLC used modern technology to reinforce the sign and seal it from the elements with the intention of preserving the sign into the distant future. The sign was painted by Jay Brandyberry who used the same kind of paint used on semi trucks for longevity. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


The sign adorning the top of Ron & Nita’s Work House is taken away in 2011. The sign was taken down after it was reported to be swaying in the wind causing fears it could fall down. Nails that fell out of the sign which is dated 1880 were hand made square ones. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


A piece of history is put back in place on top of the Burkhart Building housing Ron and Nita’s in downtown Sidney. The sign was taken down several years ago after it had started falling apart. Ron and Nita’s owner Nita McCrum saved the sign hoping it could someday be restored. The building was bought by Jeff and Cindy Helman in January. McCrum showed Jeff Helman the sign and he agreed the sign needed to be repaired. Helman, owner of Piper Visions LLC used modern technology to reinforce the sign and seal it from the elements with the intention of preserving the sign into the distant future. The sign was painted by Jay Brandyberry who used the same kind of paint used on semi trucks for longevity. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The sign adorning the top of Ron & Nita’s Work House is taken away in 2011. The sign was taken down after it was reported to be swaying in the wind causing fears it could fall down. Nails that fell out of the sign which is dated 1880 were hand made square ones. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

A piece of history is put back in place on top of the Burkhart Building housing Ron and Nita’s in downtown Sidney. The sign was taken down several years ago after it had started falling apart. Ron and Nita’s owner Nita McCrum saved the sign hoping it could someday be restored. The building was bought by Jeff and Cindy Helman in January. McCrum showed Jeff Helman the sign and he agreed the sign needed to be repaired. Helman, owner of Piper Visions LLC used modern technology to reinforce the sign and seal it from the elements with the intention of preserving the sign into the distant future. The sign was painted by Jay Brandyberry who used the same kind of paint used on semi trucks for longevity. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/08/web1_SDN082715RonNitasSign.jpgA piece of history is put back in place on top of the Burkhart Building housing Ron and Nita’s in downtown Sidney. The sign was taken down several years ago after it had started falling apart. Ron and Nita’s owner Nita McCrum saved the sign hoping it could someday be restored. The building was bought by Jeff and Cindy Helman in January. McCrum showed Jeff Helman the sign and he agreed the sign needed to be repaired. Helman, owner of Piper Visions LLC used modern technology to reinforce the sign and seal it from the elements with the intention of preserving the sign into the distant future. The sign was painted by Jay Brandyberry who used the same kind of paint used on semi trucks for longevity. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The sign adorning the top of Ron & Nita’s Work House is taken away in 2011. The sign was taken down after it was reported to be swaying in the wind causing fears it could fall down. Nails that fell out of the sign which is dated 1880 were hand made square ones. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/08/web1_oldsign.jpgThe sign adorning the top of Ron & Nita’s Work House is taken away in 2011. The sign was taken down after it was reported to be swaying in the wind causing fears it could fall down. Nails that fell out of the sign which is dated 1880 were hand made square ones. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News