In a detached backyard garage in the mid-1950s Joe Taylor began working with primitive homemade equipment and developed one of the nation’s first EPS fabricators. Over 70 years later, and incorporating in 1972, Taylor Foam is celebrating 50 years and 3 generations of Taylors with Joe’s grandson, Bryan as the current president. Currently a 30,000 square foot state of the art manufacturing facility, they create signs for small local businesses and large regional theme parks; restaurants and government offices; and complex or simple projects.
Examples of projects they have created include 3D business signs, the Rino at Rococo’s Restaurant, Six Flags Fiesta Texas’s Joker Face and Pirates of the Deep Sea sign, Paseo District’s Oso’s blue bear, and a wide variety of features on buildings.
Taylor Foam is a WesTen Legacy Business and a community Bright Spot. Picture is of Taylor Foam founder, Joe Taylor in 1967.