Top 3 Outdoor Building Signs for Fulton County GA Business Owners

Posted by on Jul 19, 2018 in Blog, Building Signs, Exterior Signs | Comments Off on Top 3 Outdoor Building Signs for Fulton County GA Business Owners

How do you attract Fulton County consumers to visit your business? Providing adequate wayfinding is one way of doing it. However, featuring a marketing as well as an effective branding message is just as crucial. We have narrowed down the options to the top three outdoor building signs for Fulton County GA, business owners. Dimensional Letters Create Ambiance through Branding Feature what your company is all about. Dimensional letters excel at this task. They combine form with function for this purpose. For example, consider the selection of metal lettering and style elements for your logo presentation. Next, have us mount them with standoffs to create a 3D display. The resulting look is unique to your brand. By contrasting the colors of the letters from the tone of the façade, you create an attention-getting feature. Of course, if the metal is not your favorite material, you do have other options. Acrylic is an excellent choice. We can paint it in any color of the rainbow. The same is true for outdoor-rated sign foam. Channel Letters are Instrumental in Three-Dimensional Advertising The channel letter is the workhorse of building front marketing in Fulton County. There are several options open to you. Front-lit models. The light turns on after dark and emphasizes the colors of the lettering. It makes branding a snap. Halo-lit lettering. We mount the letters with two-inch standoffs. After dark, the illumination turns on, escapes through the backs, and reflects off the façade. As a result, it bathes the individual style elements in a soft halo of light. Combination setup. We install additional LEDs to let the light escape through the front and back at full strength. It gives you the best of both worlds. Installation methods depend in large part on your façade and your lease. Some building management companies do not allow flush mounts. In other cases, it is impossible for us to get to the backs of the lettering from behind the wall. In these situations, we recommend a raceway installation. It uses an elongated box that contains the light equipment. It mounts easily with just a few screws. Next, we install the letters to the box’s front. To ensure that the raceway does not detract from the good looks of the lettering, we paint it in the façade’s colors. Pair the channel letters with a lightbox cabinet to feature your logo. Lightbox Cabinets Offer Additional Display Opportunities The majority of box cabinets are rectangular. However, you do not have to limit yourself to this appearance. Some business clients have had excellent success with cabinets that we shaped into niche-specific images. Others opted to have the setup mimic their corporate symbols. Next, we close the front of the box with a polycarbonate facing. We can imprint it directly with your information. A vinyl overlay is another good choice. You might also ask us to emboss the lettering for a 3D impact. Include your company’s name, logo, and other information that you want consumers to see. Contact us today to learn more about outdoor building signs for Fulton County GA, business...

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Top 3 Reasons to Update Your Indoor and Outdoor Signs

Posted by on Jul 5, 2018 in Blog, Exterior Signs, Interior Signs for Atlanta GA Professional Buildings | Comments Off on Top 3 Reasons to Update Your Indoor and Outdoor Signs

Some of the lights in your outdoor signs are not working so well any longer. There are some cracks around the edges, the marker looks weathered, and the sign looks like it has seen better days. These are all telltale signs that it is high time for an upgrade. However, there are less obvious – but just as persuasive – reasons that now is the time to update your indoor and outdoor signs. 1. The Initial Sign Was Big on Budget-Friendly but Small on Brand-Specific Maybe you initially had to pinch pennies to open your location. You knew that you needed a sign. However, with finances being tight, you did not invest in the quality that your message deserves. If this applies to your outdoor signs, now is an excellent time to make the upgrade. These signs are among the first branding and marketing materials that consumers see. If a sign looks “cheap,” it does not send the message that you want. Of course, you do not have to spend a mint to have a great-looking sign. Case in point is the setup of a pylon marker that features contemporary acrylic plaques with the corporate brand colors of the individual businesses. 2. The Sign Was Top of the Line in the 1980s But Is Outdated Now Contemporary signage attracts today’s consumer base. Even though a sign may have been exactly what you needed a few decades ago, it may no longer hold the same appeal for today’s preferences. You frequently see these situations with monument signs. The HOA orders a monument for an established neighborhood. After a few decades, it gets harder and harder to have new people move in. A change of signage could make the neighborhood more appealing to contemporary house hunters. Something as simple as a dimensional letter panel paired with the traditional brick and mortar setup could be precisely what you need. 3. Your Brand Message Changed Somewhere along the Line Branding is a major component of successful signage displays. The brand message helps the prospective customer find common ground that makes doing business with you the right decision. However, many companies rebrand at some point. If your sign no longer reflects your brand message, it is time for a change. This understanding applies to signs on the outside as well as on the inside. For example, if you changed the focus of your law practice, it makes sense to upgrade your lobby sign as well. The same goes for changes in colors and fonts. You want your customer to recognize your brand and connect it to the information they saw in print ads or on the website. How to Update Your Indoor and Outdoor Signs Discuss your plans with our sign shop’s team. We help you find the most cost-effective way of making the switch. In some cases, doing so means an upgrade of a sign’s front. In other situations, you may need to replace the entire product. Contact us today to find out what your options are and to get started on your...

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Willis Group Real Estate Professionals Bring in New Business with Exterior HDU Signs

Posted by on Mar 1, 2018 in Blog, Exterior Signs, HDU Panel Signs, Lobby Signs | Comments Off on Willis Group Real Estate Professionals Bring in New Business with Exterior HDU Signs

When we got a call from Willis Group Real Estate, the management team wanted to discuss the combination of interior lobby signage and exterior HDU signs. The goal was to present consumers with an eye-catching display that would turn heads. Could we help this company bring in more foot traffic and expertly present its brand message? You bet! Signage Suite Identifies the Company and Its Brand Message After discussing the signage design with the client, we prepared high-density urethane (HDU) signs for the exterior. They look a lot like metal plaques. In fact, from a distance, it is difficult to tell the difference. Come a bit closer, and you notice the raised lettering that spells out the various branches of the Willis Group Real Estate firm. We painted the backdrop black to allow the white foreground letters and numerals to pop. On the interior, we put together two lobby signs. They identify the Willis Group as well as Keller Williams Lanier Partners. Both markers feature red and black accents. The client requested custom-painted acrylic, which ensures perfect color matches for either business. With the help of dimensional letters, it was possible to capitalize on the sizing of the walls for an ideal display setup. The combination of signs now works well to attract attention, present a strong brand message, and advertise the company. HDU Products are Ideal for Building Signs Our clients like HDU because it lets us combine artistry with versatility. The manmade product is of no interest to insects, which leave it alone. It also does not weather like wood. Moisture cannot soak into the material and lead to rot or decay. At the same time, it is less expensive than metal plaques. In short, what is there not to love about HDU? We can use the material to create three-dimensional signs that bring your name and logo to life. We can route it, carve it, or sandblast it. In fact, sandblasting HDU is an excellent method for adding various textures to the foreground and background. Once this process finishes, we paint the product to your specifications. Many clients like the matte black backdrop, but some prefer a high-gloss finish that leads to eye-catching displays. An Excellent Option for Details in Displays Look closely at the signage for Willis Group Real Estate, and you notice the crisp nature of the lettering. Even from the street, these signs are easy to read. This is due to the combination of high-contrast colors and a crisp featuring of the letters. By flush mounting the signage to the façade, the markers create an excellent contrast from the color of the wall. Doing so heightens the clarity of the messages even more. Is it Time for Exterior HDU Signs at Your Location? Take a page from the playbook of Willis Group Real Estate, and make your next building sign a high-density urethane board. We help you to envision the look of the finished product before we start carving. In fact, discuss your plans with our experts today to learn more about your options! Meridian Signs & Graphics serves members of the business...

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Wild Slice Pizzeria Opens for Business with Exterior Signs in Roswell GA

Posted by on Feb 22, 2018 in 3D Letter Building Signs, Blog, Exterior Signs | Comments Off on Wild Slice Pizzeria Opens for Business with Exterior Signs in Roswell GA

Located at 580 East Crossville Road, Wild Slice Pizzeria is the newest family-owned company to join the Roswell business community. This pizza restaurant has a substantial focus on serving adults and kids alike. It does so with an extensive children’s menu and the addition of toppings you might not find on most standard pizza menu boards. To spread the word about its business, the company’s team contacted our sign shop to discuss some exterior signs in Roswell GA. Signage Suite Addresses Potential Customers and Employees The Wild Slice Pizzeria team knows that passersby will be among the first to check out their new company. For this reason, the company ordered a set of channel letters that would signal the corporate name, logo, and color combination. To facilitate the display of front lit letters, we mounted the products with a raceway that we painted in the same color as the building’s brick façade. Doing so also heightens the 3D effect of the lettering. Next, we put together window banding graphics. These identify the company’s name and logo and create a cohesive look across multiple panes. Because they feature one of the brand colors, they tie in nicely with the channel letter sign. This setup is visually satisfying to passersby. To ensure that prospective employees also take note of the venue, we finally added a colorful “Now Hiring!” vinyl banner that hangs from one of the awnings. This combination of signage solutions makes a great first impression and creates quite a buzz. Successful Exterior Signage Solutions for New and Existing Businesses Take a page from the playbook of Wild Slice Pizzeria, and add a building sign, window graphics, and a vinyl banner to your façade. But there are other signage options, too. Floor graphics. Envision the same window graphics that you are currently featuring but placed on the sidewalk. They are durable, colorful, and present an excellent option for displaying your brand colors. Also, they might reel in some foot traffic consisting of those passersby who do not necessarily look at the storefronts but look ahead. They cannot help but notice your information. Café barriers. You see these products in banks and at nightclubs. There is no reason why you cannot use them, too. They consist of stylish display stands that connect. In between, there is plenty of space for a banner. Place multiple banners between these stands. Feature sales messages, repeat your branding, and enhance your visual presence on the block. Menu board. The menu board teases what you offer inside. Highlight the most popular items and present a price point, which can bring in more customers. It is important to realize that a menu board is not just for the restaurant trade. We can adapt the product to feature services that you offer, which makes it a useful advertising tool for insurance agents, beauty salons, and similar service providers. Does Your Business Need Exterior Signs in Roswell GA? What signs do you still need for your company? If you are planning your grand opening right now, consider how consumers walking past your location are interacting with your brand. When...

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Real Estate Development Company Marks Newest Project with Post and Panel Signs in Atlanta GA

Posted by on Feb 6, 2018 in Blog, Exterior Signs, Real Estate Signs | Comments Off on Real Estate Development Company Marks Newest Project with Post and Panel Signs in Atlanta GA

Oak Hall Companies does business out of Suite 195 at 5256 Peachtree Road. The firm specializes in residential as well as commercial real estate development. It handles everything from pre-development over project management to pricing. When the company’s management team needed new post and panel signs in Atlanta GA, a representative contacted our shop to discuss the details. Construction Post and Panel Signs for Oak Hall Companies We met with the company to discuss the scope of the project. The team needed two separate signs. One identifies the company and its brand. For this product, we used a white post that features a black-rimmed, white board. It displays the corporate name and logo as well as the brand colors. Visitors to the site learn about the developer’s identity and can connect online via a website address. The second sign is taller than the first one. For structural reasons, we used a dual-post design. Although it presents the company’s name and phone number at the bottom, its emphasis is safety. It displays job site safety rules in English and Spanish. It points out construction hazards and presents the phone number for emergencies. Doing so ensures that seasoned workers, as well as first-time apprentices, know what to expect at this location and how to put safety first. We installed both post and panel signs offset from one another, with the safety marker toward the outside and slightly ahead of the other setup. The Versatility of the Post and Panel Display What sets apart this product from other signage solutions is the versatility of the medium. Opt for one post or two. Materials could include vinyl, wood, or metal. The same is true for the panels. Add imprinted vinyl overlays or opt for removable acrylic boards that mount to the panels. Another option is the installation of dimensional letters. Some setups feature ornate post toppers and feet. Other might add illumination. Stand them tall for oncoming traffic or angle the panel to allow for a great view of a location that the board then explains. Not surprisingly, these signs are popular across multiple niches and fields. Municipalities like the signs as explanatory markers in national parks, points of interest, and arboretums or zoos. Businesses sometimes select them as alternatives to monument signs. They work great when there are multiple companies doing business at the same address. Post and panel setups make excellent scoreboards for high schools and sports leagues. And, of course, the construction trade appreciates these markers for their broad range of functions. What Could Your Company Do with Post and Panel Signs in Atlanta GA? Even if you already have a monument sign in place and do not need any construction markers, there may be other uses for these products. For example, how are your exterior wayfinding signs doing? If they do not meet your customers’ needs, a few well-placed post and panel setups could do the trick. Contact our experts today to learn more about this signage solution and find out how you could leverage its versatility to your...

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Morgan Easley Chooses an HDU Sign Panel as an Exterior Wall Sign

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in Blog, Exterior Signs, HDU Panel Signs | Comments Off on Morgan Easley Chooses an HDU Sign Panel as an Exterior Wall Sign

Clients find Morgan Easley at 555 Sun Valley Drive in Roswell, GA. The company provides legal expertise to businesses needing assistance with transactions, disputes, and employment law. Other services include help with business formations and tax law, franchising, and intellectual property protection. When the law firm decided it wanted to add a fitting building marker, it chose an HDU sign panel as an exterior wall sign. Understated Elegance and Functionality Combine The office is situated in a converted residence. The façade features red brick. The entryway displays a white column with matching soffits and fascia boards. Installing a typical building sign consisting of dimensional letters would look out of place. What the venue needed was a design that underscored the locale’s understated elegance but would not do so at the cost of functionality. After consulting with our customer, we designed a high-density urethane (HDU) board that displays the company’s logo and name. The white on black colors perfectly fit in with the palette already in play at the office. Moreover, the signage design with its cutouts and shaping expertly embraces the overall elegance and style of the architecture. That said, the data is visible and provides suitable wayfinding assistance for the firm’s clients. HDU Panels Work Well in Many Settings When working with the material, we can route or sandblast it. Doing so determines which style elements will stand out in a three-dimensional fashion. Our technicians help you select a background design that allows for the inclusion of a wood grain style finish or something else altogether. Painting the sign heightens the aesthetic appeal. Because these design options provide a high level of versatility, you find HDU signs in a broad range of settings. For example, historical buildings, and those situated in parts of town where merchant councils try to preserve a specific look, benefit from the elegant presentation that HDU panels bring to the location. Your sign can look aged or sophisticated to be in keeping with the overall vibe you want to portray with the business. This same opportunity applies to companies located in mixed zone settings where standard commercial signage is simply out of place. But there is also an aspect of artistry that comes with an HDU sign panel as an exterior wall sign. Because our technicians have the option of applying a variety of colors and three-dimensional design details, your company benefits from a sign that immediately catches the attention of passersby. Even those who might not typically be part of your target demographic cannot help but notice your venue. From there, it is easy to build name recognition and receive word-of-mouth advertising as well as encourage the impulse stop. Discussing Your Signage Options with an Expert When you are ready to see what a sandblasted or routed building sign could do for your company’s façade, discuss your plans with our business signage experts. We help you envision the look of the product and the fit on the façade. Contact us today to learn more about your...

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