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Things to consider when buying a sign:

  • The average business should set aside 7% of the business budget for their sign program when creating a business plan.

  • Our signs are custom fabricated and one of a kind, so they may take up to 4-6 weeks to complete. Keep that in mind, when ordering your sign.

  • Make sure you are up to date on your local municipal code when ordering a sign. Codes are constantly changing and vary depending on which part of town you’re in. We can help you get this information!

  • Once a proposal is signed, permitting can take between 3-5 business days.

  • We are always available to perform a site analysis. We’d love to come out to check your property and help you figure out what’s best for your location!

  • Our designers and installers work all year round!

Information about Design:

  • If you have a logo or design you would like printed on your sign, we will need it in a vector format (.ai, .eps, sometimes PDF).

  • If you have a design, but it isn’t the correct format, we can redraw your logo for an additional fee

  • If you don’t have a design, no worries, we can do that for you too! Come in and talk to one of our designers.

  • It could take 1-5 business days for you to see the first proof on your design, depending its complexity. If it takes any longer, please feel free to call us and check in. We may have the wrong contact information.

  • Shape, material, and design on your sign are powerful, but your building’s architectural features and surroundings can help make your sign truly unique. Keep that in mind when thinking up your design.

Types of Signs:

Acrylic:

Translucent thermoplastic, rigid and long lasting, but not break resistant

Aluminum (.040, .063, .080, Dibond):

A metal material commonly used for outdoor signs. Thicker Aluminum can make your sign a little more resistant to dents and bending. Dibond is another aluminum option. It contains a PVC core and is one of the sturdiest metals we offer.

Backlit:

An illuminated reverse channel letter. Open or translucent back. Light is directed against the surface behind the letter.

Banner:

A sign composed of lightweight material that can easily be hung against or on a surface. Can be used outdoors or for indoor functions like conventions. Typically used for promotional purposes.

Building Mounted:

A sign that is mounted to a building.

Channel Letter:

Custom-made, 3D, metal or plastic letters that are internally illuminated.

Cabinet:

A sign consisting of the frame and faces. Usually has some internal components that support or light up the signs.

Corrugated Plastic (commonly known as Coroplast):

Lightweight, easily cut material. Affordable and great for temporary usage. Commonly used for real estate, construction sites, political, and promotional usage.

MDO/Wood:

Strong, long lasting, resilient, but heavy material. Great for outdoor and freestanding application, requires minimal support.

Monument:

A sign that is usually freestanding and low to the ground. Usually incorporates some use of Masonry, but not always.

PVC:

Semi-rigid, lightweight, and flexible material. Can last a little bit longer in colder and wetter environments, but becomes brittle under sunlight. Great for indoor or temporary signage.