Friday, 22 September 2017

POST & PANEL SIGNS
Post & Panel signs are most commonly used for selling or leasing property, they are often used as directional signage as well. They can be manufactured and installed as temporary or permanent signage.

POLE SIGNS
Pole signs are typically a bare pole rising from the ground with a cabinet sign on top. It can rise as high above the ground as you like, given local zoning codes.

PYLON SIGNS
Pylon signs are like a pole sign in construction, but the pipe is covered to make it appear more contemporary and one continuous structure.

MONUMENT SIGNS
Monument signs are freestanding, low to the ground, no more than 10 to 15 feet. They are mounted on a cement base (pad or footing). All wiring and anchoring is hidden.

NON-ILLUMINATED SIGNS
A non-illuminated sign is typically any letter sign or cabinet sign that has no illumination.

WAYFINDING OR DIRECTIONAL SIGNS
Wayfinding or directional signs are most often used in retail shopping malls, civic centers, airports, libraries, hospitals, government and professional buildings.