Most Common Signs We Create
Channel letters: Individual letters mounted on a building, LED lit letters to identify and locate your building at all times of the day.
Pylon Sign: Free standing signs that are taller than they are wide. An example would be roadside signs, or pole signs.
Monument Sign: Free standing signs that are wider than than they are tall. These signs are closer to the ground.
Plastic Letters: Individual letters mounted on a building, typically not lit.
Parking Lot Signs: Designating parking spaces.
Awning or Canopy: Metal frame structure covered with fabric to identify entrance doors, provide cover, or to simply add architectural elements to a building.
Pole and Wall Mount Banners: Banners or signs mounted to light poles or buildings for advertising, aesthetics, way-finding or locations. Example is a college campus.
Electronic Message Center (EMC): Digital LED sign that is computer operated with a wireless modem. Allows businesses to provide relevant messages that can be changed instantly. This is the only advertising medium that you are in complete control of.
Interior Signs: Permanent wall or hanging signs that identify the businesses, spaces, areas, or rooms, as well as directional helps to navigate people to where they are going. Reassuring your customers that they are in the right place.
Wall signs: Also known as box signs, LED lit with a front graphic identifying the building.