RE/MAX Impresses with Window Graphics and a Monument Sign Update

Posted by on Dec 7, 2017 in Blog, Monument Sign Updates, Monument Signage, Window Graphics | 0 comments

Do you want to turn more heads? Sometimes, getting more attention is as easy as undergoing a window graphics and monument sign update. Case in point is the local RE/MAX office. A Monument Update Beautifies a Storefront Office The monument in question is a sturdy brick and mortar structure. It has a lot of life left in it. More importantly, it features visually attractive red bricks, which makes it a great asset for the company. We removed the existing sign panels that had become weathered. Our graphic artists designed new ones, which display easy-to-read black on white writing. At the top, you notice the RE/MAX notation on a larger board. It also features the corporate colors. Now, the sign is much more noticeable and invites passersby to take note of the companies that do business out of this location. Window Graphics Underscore the Brand Message For the windows, we placed the company’s lettering and logo at the halfway mark of the glass pane. There, it is an immediate eye-catcher. Next, we identified the niche of this particular office. To ensure that it does not distract from the primary message, we chose a smaller font. It explains what types of homes this company handles. Attracting Attention and Encouraging the Impulse Stop The combination of a monument sign and window graphics makes a clear statement. Whereas the monument provides a brand introduction, the vinyl images and lettering on the window can expand on the message. You give the kinds of details that your customers want to know about. In fact, the mere mention of the products or services you offer may encourage a shopper to become a buyer. Window graphics have the power to create a need that the client did not know s/he had. When you immediately offer the solution – your business – you encourage the impulse stop. From there, it is only a small step to the impulse buy. Savvy members of the business community understand that signage plays an integral role in this setup. Drawing the eye at street level and then continuing the communication with the consumer is vital. How to Benefit from Window Graphics and a Monument Sign Update You do not have to wait until your signage is in disrepair. In many cases, business clients decide to upgrade their monument signage simply because they want to stay in step with what companies around them are doing. When there are a lot of new businesses coming in, it makes sense to provide a fresh look that appeals to these companies’ targeted customer demographics. It is always a good time to add window graphics. No matter how long you have been doing business at your location, adding these graphics makes your windows valuable allies when advertising. Choose a set of graphics and lettering to allow consumers to take a peek inside. If you want to block the view, consider a window wrap. When you opt for a perforated vinyl product, you can still see outside even though your customers cannot see in. Contact our business sign experts today to learn more about possible signage upgrades for...

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How to Advertise with a Monument Sign or Pylon and Stand out from the Crowd

Posted by on Nov 28, 2017 in Blog, Monument Sign Updates, Monument Signage, Pylon Signs | Comments Off on How to Advertise with a Monument Sign or Pylon and Stand out from the Crowd

The pylon is to commerce what the sign spinner is to a temporary tax business in April: an eye catcher. It stands tall, acts as a wayfinding tool, and provides an opportunity for your company to announce its presence. But how do you effectively advertise with a monument sign or pylon? Space Dictates an Advertising Message’s Design Pylons are tall and eye-catching. There is no doubt about this signage product’s effectiveness. However, what do you do when you must share the marketing space with other businesses? Case in point is the chiropractor’s office we recently worked with. This company set up its clinic in a business plaza where firms from different niches flanked it. It was an excellent opportunity to stand out and provide a service that few nearby competitors also offered. On the downside, the established pylon sign required an elongated signage display with a height limit. We consulted with our client and designed a product that spells out “Chiropractor” in white lettering against a blue backdrop. With a black border, it emphasizes the distinct nature of the lettering. Because a pylon is a double-sided sign, we manufactured two boards. This product stands out because the other boards feature white backdrops. Also, the lettering differentiates itself perfectly from the background. Design Tips when You Plan to Advertise with a Monument Sign or Pylon Pick the right color contrast. Not only should the lettering contrast from the background color, but the combination also needs to stand apart from other style elements on the sign. Going back to our example, consider that the other signs feature a white background with red lettering. Naturally, white on blue is sure to stand out there. Minimize data. Sometimes, you do not have to display your company’s name. Sure, if your brand is a household name that everyone in town is familiar with, it pays to present it on a pole or monument. But if you do not have this type of name recognition, consider advertising your niche instead. For the chiropractic clinic, it made sense to do so. Its patients would search for the venue via an address; having the sign that illustrates the presence of the clinic is the wayfinding assistance clients need. Consider illumination. The majority of pylons and monuments are unlit. Several feature illumination from above or below. Landscape spotlights, for example, are a great way of providing the needed lighting for the information. However, if you have the opportunity, consider the installation of a marker with built-in lights. This setup has the advantage of ensuring that your company’s details always stand out. Getting Help for Your Monument Sign or Pylon Setup If you have been thinking of adding your company’s information to an existing pylon or monument, we can help. Whether you have single billing or share the spotlight with other businesses, we assist your company to stand out from the crowd in all the right ways. Our technicians handle the design, manufacture, and installation of panels, dimensional letters, and overlays. We gladly also install the pylon or monument on your property. Contact us today to get started on...

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We Cover the Types of Monument Signs Johns Creek GA Businesses Are Choosing Most

Posted by on Aug 17, 2017 in Blog, Monument Sign Updates, Monument Signage | Comments Off on We Cover the Types of Monument Signs Johns Creek GA Businesses Are Choosing Most

Which are the monument signs Johns Creek GA, consumers respond to? More importantly, are they within your budget? In fact, you might be surprised to learn just how affordable and effective these signage products are. Why Put up a Monument Sign? You will notice that companies typically put these signs near the entrances to their parking lots. This placement is not a happy coincidence. Instead, it helps motorists to find the business quickly and easily. By seeing the signage come up ahead, a driver can change lanes and get ready to enter the parking lot. Without a monument there to guide her or him, this motorist might just keep on going. Sure, some will turn around and come back. But most will not do so. Of course, there is a secondary reason for the installation of this signage type. It provides an in-your-face advertisement for your business. Each day, countless motorists drive past the sign. They keep seeing your ad and brand message over and over again. They cannot help but notice the logo, the corporate color palette, and all the details of your marketing. In short, this sign develops excellent brand knowledge, product information, and name recognition among your possible customer base. Which Type of Sign is Best? You have choices – and lots of them. Brick, mortar, and rebar. Classic monuments consist of bricks, mortar, and rebar to keep it all in place. Their useful lives span decades. We help you to select the right display location where to put this product. Concrete. The concrete monument is a favorite of companies as well as municipalities that need more than one sign. It handles all types of weather. You do not have to worry about insect damage. And when you want to mark multiple entrances to your commercial property, this is the sign to consider. Foam. Manufacturers of foam monuments let you select the pre-fabricated height, width, and style that you prefer. These are lightweight products that we can position anywhere you like on your property. Do not let the name fool you; this type of monument sign can withstand high winds. They are also easy on the budget. Aluminum. This material allows for a plethora of designs and styles. Opt for a combination with acrylic for push-through letters that look great. If you like, we can put together a product that lights up with built in LEDs. We can create columns, obelisks, and standard low-to-the-ground rectangles. If you are looking for something that is out of the ordinary, you cannot go wrong with aluminum monument signs. How to Buy the Monument Signs Johns Creek, GA, Business Owners in the Know Favor Contact our experts to schedule a site survey. We take this opportunity to visit your location, find out about local zoning rules, and gauge the speed of traffic at the venue. Doing so allows us to provide you the options open to you for size, lettering height, and materials. This is also a good time to consider secondary signage that supports your brand message. Call us today to get started on the...

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Aaronmoor Subdivision Monument Sign Updates and Repairs in Cumming GA

Posted by on May 19, 2017 in Blog, HOA Monument Signs, Monument Sign Updates, Subdivision Monument Signs | Comments Off on Aaronmoor Subdivision Monument Sign Updates and Repairs in Cumming GA

Travel down the Aaron Sosebee Road in a northwestern direction, and you find the Aaronmoor Subdivision. Built in the late 1990s, each home typically sits on two acres of land. When entering the neighborhood in the past, you would notice a stacked rock monument sign that greeted residents and visitors. Then, the HOA’s management team contacted our signage experts to discuss a similar sign presentation for the other side of the entrance. Subdivision Monument Sign Updates and Repairs in Cumming GA The goal was the presentation of another product that would highlight the Aaronmoor Subdivision name for traffic coming from the other direction. We recommended the design of an EPS foam monument sign, which withstands high winds, does not rot and does not attract insects’ attention. Adjusting the appearance to match the already existing product was not a problem. Next, we fabricated a new insert for the existing monument. It spells out the name of the subdivision with dimensional letters against a panel backdrop. This panel attaches to the sign setup. The finished product combination features a welcoming appearance for guests and residents from either direction of the road. Why Invest in Monument Signs? In business, signage makes the difference between welcoming the impulse stop and having qualified potential buyers keep on driving. The goal is to get them to stop and check out products. For a subdivision, the product is the available home that is for sale. For a shopping center tenant, it is a product line or service. Monument signs stick out. They introduce or reinforce a brand message, which then resonates with the consumer. Which Monument is Right for Your Company? The traditional product features bricks and mortar alongside rebar. The front typically consists of dimensional letters, channel letters, or an attractive board setup. But more and more business owners now look for something different. There are a some choices for subdivision monument sign updates and repairs in Cumming GA including: Post and panel signs. A new take on the board and post setup allows smaller companies to use elegant presentations with illumination for their monuments. Some boost marketing efforts with the attachment of literature pockets. Stacked rock displays. They might look like smaller walls or take on the shapes of stand-alone monuments. For the fronts, we typically suggest the use of acrylic letters or sandblasted high-density urethane (HDU) panels. EPS foam monuments. These signage solutions come in all sizes and shapes. It is fair to say that they are among the most versatile products currently on the market. We can incorporate any lettering as well as lightbox cabinets. Aluminum and acrylic shapes. Envision the use of perfect cubes, obelisks, triangular shapes, or pillars as monuments. They stand out, catch the attention of passersby, and add plenty of pizzazz to any setting. Do You Need Subdivision Monument Signs in Cumming, GA? Create a welcoming presentation of the properties under your management with a set of monument signs. By flanking the entrance to the location in this manner, you also have the opportunity to present a strong brand appeal that can help with home sales. Contact our...

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