The main sign for any business should be something special— a sign that will make consumers stop and take notice. A well-crafted monument / architectural sign will do just that. The right sign will help you combine branding and way-finding in one beautiful, custom piece. With recent innovations in materials and fabrication technologies, there are more options to affordably meet your needs than ever before.
Consider the following ways that you can make your monument sign fit the needs of your company or location:
Material preferences - traditional use of bricks, mortar, and rebar is experiencing a resurgence in popularity. That said, plenty of clients also ask about prefabricated foam monuments with hard coat exteriors that mimic the look of bricks, river rocks or lumber. Aluminum, acrylic, and wood construction is also finding favor.
Display options - monuments usually sit low to the ground. Your local zoning rules determine appropriate heights and widths. With that in mind, we create displays featuring dimensional letters crafted from metal or acrylic, channel letters, electric box cabinets and sandblasted HDU panels. In some cases, clients request the installation of changeable reader boards.
Common installation sites - you see monument signs at the entrances to business parks, shopping malls, apartment communities and retail developments. Medical care providers, schools, faith communities and non-profit organizations also use these signage products for branding and the creation of name recognition.