Monument signs are built close to the ground and oftentimes incorporate the support structure into the overall design. These signs create a more subdued impression than traditional advertising graphics and allow you to creatively identify your property and reinforce your company’s brand image. Monument signs are used primarily where strict size restrictions are imposed.
A pylon sign is a freestanding, on-site sign that offers greater visibility than most other types of signs. These traditional signs are highly popular, and are an effective means to build brand recognition and establish a great first impression.
Channel letters are building-mounted, either individually or together on a raceway. A variety of lighting techniques can be applied to set your building apart from all the others.
Electronic message centers
Electronic message centers range in type from basic time and temperature displays to full-color LED signs, one of the newest, low-maintenance technologies available in the signage industry. LED displays offer the most flexibility - allowing clients the ability to interchange messages at their discretion. These displays target more viewers for less cost than other standard media, capturing their attention with light, motion and color.
Neon signs are the brightest, most vibrant way to advertise your business. Neon can be used to light up channel letters or can be bent accordingly to feature your business name or highlight particular products or services.
Billboard ad space can be leased in blocks of time by the board’s owner or a board can be erected on the property of the business it is promoting. Owning an on-premise billboard is oftentimes more attractive to business owners as it allows them more authority over the frequency of ads run and is more cost efficient in the long run.