Wall mounted signs include illuminated cabinets, individual illuminated (channel) letters, projecting, blade, electronic message centers and non-illuminated cut letters (flush or stand-off mounted). Wall-mounted signs are only limited by code (city and landlord) criteria and wall size. There are types of wall mounted signs for every budget. These signs are generally internally illuminated with LED bulbs. Common types of wall mounted signs include channel letters (individual letters), cabinets, channel wraps (a cabinet with the look of individual letters) or projecting. Neon is often used as an accent for the letters or the border of the cabinet. Exposed neon can also be used in open-faced channel letters. Some signs may not be illuminated but may be a flat panel with a square tube frame and external illumination from decorative lamps may be used.
Free Standing Signs
Free standing signs include directionals, corporate directories, stone or brick monuments, single or double pole-based monuments, gateway (entrance) identification, message center structures, tenant identification, shopping center identification or anything not attached to a building. They can range in size from 2 feet high to 50 feet high depending on the location and the code allowances. Most free standing signs are internally illuminated for maximum visibility and the illumination is from LED lights. Even if it is a tall pole sign, the pole can be ‘wrapped’ in aluminum to give it a more column-like look that is attractive. Monument signs may have stone or brick bases or may have an aluminum finish that replicates stucco. Any design that is appropriate for a wall sign may also be done as a free standing sign.
This type of signage is generally incorporated into a free-standing or wall-mounted sign. It can be single sided (one sign) or double sided (two signs), depending on the budget and the code allowances. These units are generally referred to as electronic message centers (EMCs), changing image displays, LED displays, LED matrixes or simply electronic displays. Message Centers include small one-color (monochrome) units, scoreboards, and large full-color displays with graphic capabilities that emulates a television. The key point is that the display changes and may be easily updated through software provided (instructions also included). This type of sign is great to replace other types of advertising and the return on investment has been noted as being excellent. Many clients like to include a digital display within a wall-mounted or free-standing sign. The benefits of a changing display can enormous on a business, school or church. We can arrange for an on-site demonstration and help to determine the appropriate size and capacity for your business.
Interior signs can help brand a business when they are installed in a lobby area. Interior signs maybe internally illuminated or externally illuminated. Often they are not directly illuminated. No permitting is required with interior signage. There are many materials and applications for every budget to provide that great first impression for your reception area. Common materials used often have a brushed metal finish. A company’s logo can always be replicated with an interior sign in any material that is determined feasible for the location. Other interior signage includes wayfinding, directional, suite numbers, changeable lobby directories, digitally printed displays and ADA compliant. There are many types of sign systems that are affordable and will help get people around the location in a safe and expeditious way. We design, manufacture and install complete wayfinding packages.