We Can Outfit Your Building with Room ID and Suite Signs!

Posted by on Nov 7, 2019 in ADA and Suite Signs, Blog, Suite Signs, Wayfinding Signs | Comments Off on We Can Outfit Your Building with Room ID and Suite Signs!

Meridian Signs and Graphics is your one-stop-shop for all types of room ID and suite signs. What are your options? Room ID Signs with Names and Titles These signs help your customers locate the right professionals to talk to. They are popular in medical, legal, and accounting offices. That said, you also find them in corporate headquarters and educational institutions. We recommend beginning with brushed aluminum, which looks great against any type of wall or door surface. Next, we can add the professional’s name with dimensional letters for a 3D presentation. If you prefer, we can also use a router to cut the material out of the aluminum. Why not opt for a high-contrast color setup to make it easier for your customers to read the information that you are providing? Black letters on the shiny aluminum are excellent options. Of course, you might also consider including a brand color into the mix. ADA-Compliant Signage for Glass Doors Just because you have a glass door does not mean that you have to forego the presentation of a room ID. Most importantly, you can have it feature the occupant’s name as well as the required display of a number and Braille II dots. We begin with a panel in a color that fits in perfectly with your office’s overall interior décor. Some clients choose a brand color to foster brand awareness among consumers who visit the venue. Next, we imprint the board with the occupant’s name. Our technicians can then create an acrylic panel with a frosted backing that we imprint with your room number. Moreover, we attach the Braille II dots. This sign mounts to the underlying board with brushed aluminum standoffs for a sophisticated look. We can support your choice of any high-contrast color match. Compliant Suite Signs for Property Management Companies Many of our clients are property management companies. Their representatives usually ask us to create identical suite signs that feature the numbers along with the Braille dots. It is then possible to print a vinyl overlay for the incoming business tenant. Another option is the use of a printed insert that slips behind an acrylic top portion. Order Your Next Room ID and Suite Signs Meridian Signs and Graphics serves the business communities in and around Atlanta, Alpharetta, Cumming, Johns Creek, Milton, Duluth, Roswell, Canton, and Marietta. We routinely work with business clients just like you, who have distinctive design and style needs. Whether you want a sign made from metal, acrylic, or something else altogether, we can accommodate you. The same goes for the creation of a perfect color match. Many clients ask us to incorporate their brand tones into the suite signs and room IDs for the best results. Moreover, if you already have a design template on hand, we can follow its specs for the signage that fits in with your building’s overall setup. On the other hand, we can also create a product from the ground up if you do not know precisely what you are looking for. Contact us today to schedule a design...

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Do You Need ADA Restroom Signs in Atlanta?

Posted by on Sep 26, 2019 in ADA and Suite Signs, Blog | Comments Off on Do You Need ADA Restroom Signs in Atlanta?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires you to have restroom signage that complies with the law. There are several aspects to adequate compliance. Examples include the proper mounting height for the sign, the correct use of tactile characters, and the application of high-contrast color choices. Our sign shop routinely works with companies on designing, manufacturing, and installing ADA restroom signs in Atlanta. It Does Not Have to be Fancy That said, you do not have to settle for generic, either. A good-quality acrylic sign makes it possible to add Braille II characters, pictographs, and text. To get a high-contrast color display, we recommend treating clear acrylic with frosted vinyl on the back. On the foreground, we can treat it with the symbols in black or navy. Doing so ensures a contemporary look that also meets the letter of the law. Metal Combines Elegance with Functionality Perhaps the most elegant way of featuring an ADA-compliant restroom sign is with metal. Cast aluminum is a favorite since it is easy to clean and will last for as long as you will be in the building. Feature the writing, the Braille II dots, and the pictograph as part of the presentation. Include Your Logo and Brand Tones in the Sign Many business clients want to have signage to enhance their brand communication. The ADA signs do not have to be an exception. The goal here is to find a way to integrate the brand colors without interfering with the letter of the law. Is this possible? You bet. A good option is the use of a brand tone as a stripe that surrounds the sign as a border. It does not take away from the high-contrast color play. Even so, it adds this style element to the mix. Secondly, consider adding your corporate symbol off to the side. Because it is not a written word, you may not have to include it in the Braille II writing. That said, your symbol is on the sign where it boosts brand awareness among your customers. By the way, there is another option for including a logo on the sign. By choosing a 3D vinyl version of your logo as the background for a clear acrylic panel – rather than frosted vinyl – you can still show off a subliminal image of the symbol. Because it is on the backside of the board, it does not interfere with the tactile properties of the restroom sign. Besides that, it does not create a visual distraction. Ordering ADA Restroom Signs in Atlanta Are you currently in compliance with the ADA? Maybe you are redoing your signs and want to get away from the generic look that you have chosen in the past for these markers. Our sign shop can help. Discuss your plans with our graphic artist. This professional can help design signs that are in harmony with the markers you currently display at your location. Besides that, they will ensure that you are entirely in compliance with the letter of the law. Contact us today to schedule a design...

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Install Customized Forsyth County School District Signs This Summer

Posted by on Jun 7, 2018 in ADA and Suite Signs, Blog, School Signs | Comments Off on Install Customized Forsyth County School District Signs This Summer

Summer vacation is a great time to upgrade the signage in and around your school. As an administrator within the Forsyth County school district, you are at the forefront of serving a large number of learners. Here are ideas for customized school district signs that are easy on the budget and highly effective. LED Reader Boards for Monument Signs The monument sign greets parents, students, and visitors to the facility. When you add LED reader board functionality to the structure, you boost the versatility of the medium. Choose from a full-color or primary display. You control the message that the reader board sends. For example, inform interested parents when school starts, informational meetings take place, or special events occur. Dimensional Letters Label Destinations at Your School Building Make it easy for new students and staff members to locate the restrooms, cafeteria, auditorium, and other venues. Dimensional letters can be as large as you need them to be to get the attention of those walking through the halls. Choose from acrylic, metal, or sign foam. Many schools like sign foam because we can create impressive 3D signage presentations with it. ADA Signage Upgrades Give a Learning Center a Uniform Look Eliminate the hodgepodge of signs by deciding on a compliant ADA presentation. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) specifies that schools must make room labels visually accessible to those with disabilities. Raised lettering, pronounced color contrasts, and the use of pictographs assist with the goal of assisting all people at your school identify the permanent rooms. Our graphic artist can help you find an attractive way of incorporating your school’s color scheme into the customized signage. Additional Signage Options to Consider Summer is also a great time to think through the upcoming events for the next school year. Now is an excellent opportunity to put together banners for picnics, fundraisers, raffles, and similar activities. Moreover, commission your A-frames to regulate parking during the morning drop-off. If you are unsure what signage options you still need at your facility, we can help. Invite our signage experts to visit your school for a walk-through. We catalog the signs that you already have and make notes concerning areas where additional signage would boost the functionality of the setting. Moreover, we also make a note of areas where you are missing required signage solutions. With this data in hand, you have the information you need about the must-have school district signs for the coming year. Refreshing Signs? We Can Do That! Did you know that you might have some signs that just need a little refresher? These might be markers with acrylic or polycarbonate fronts. We can update them with some paint or a newly printed overlay. Doing so makes the products look new, which significantly enhances the good looks of your Forsyth County facility. Do not put off this project! Upgrading your signs now ensures that they will be ready to welcome back students, parents, and staff members for the start of the fall semester. Contact us today to learn more about your options and to get...

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Custom ADA Signs in Atlanta Guide for Hotel Management Group

Posted by on Apr 26, 2017 in ADA and Suite Signs, ADA Signs, Blog, Office Building Signs | Comments Off on Custom ADA Signs in Atlanta Guide for Hotel Management Group

Located at 3379 Peachtree Road in Suite 270, the Rossmore Management Group leverages its expertise in hotel management to serve clients. The company focuses its attention on guest experiences and property development as well as renovations. When the business needed custom ADA signs in Atlanta, its team contacted our experts for assistance. Signage Solutions Comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ADA compliance is a must for any business. When it comes to signage, the requirements spell out mounting heights and locations, the choice of fonts, and the selection of color contrasts. In the past, management teams would dread the need for commissioning these signs because they must follow these stringent rules. But when you work with a sign shop that employs experts in the field, the task does not result in drab signage products. For the Rossmore Management Group, we started with a suite sign that spells out the suite number and corporate name. We added Braille II dots and ensured a stark color contrast between black lettering and a white backdrop. To allow for branding, we placed an imprinted overlay behind the acrylic panel, which gives the illusion of a three-dimensional embossed letter presentation. At the same time, it does not interfere with the mandated display standards. Our experts manufactured restroom and stairway signs in the same way. These products are ideally suited to assist consumers with wayfinding while also branding the location. Brand Expression is Possible with Compliant Signage Why buy generic signage solutions when you can have customized ones? There is a broad range of options open to you. For example, take a page from the playbook of the Rossmore Management Group and consider the addition of a vinyl overlay for the back. We can imprint the product with your logo in such a manner that it appears like a 3D image of an embossed logo. Another option is the selection of colors. While black on white easily satisfies the color difference requirement, you might select a corporate hue for which we then find the right contrast tone. Doing so allows you to bring more colors to your walls and heightens brand recognition simply by featuring your corporate palette. Depending on the contrast color that makes the most sense, it could even be possible to introduce multiple brand tones to the signage. Does Your Company Need Custom ADA Signs in Atlanta? If you are outfitting your office for the first time with signage, or perhaps you need to upgrade existing markers, we can help. Our graphic artists work with you to put together an appearance that not only meets the legal requirements but also emphasizes your brand message. For the business that already has some these products on the premises, we gladly conduct an inventory that highlights any missing signage solutions. At that time, we also help you identify signage that may no longer be in compliance and needs to be updated. The latter is frequently as simple as a revamping of the color scheme. Call us today to schedule a design consultation! Save Save...

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