Electronic Message Centers

Electronic message centers (EMCs) utilize animation, color typography, and graphic elements to create a visual impact to grab viewers’ attention. Businesses want EMCs for several reasons: they are innovative and modern, are proven to increase sales and awareness, and offer the ability to provide multiple messages quickly. These electronic and video message boards come in…

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Monument Signs

Typically displayed at the front of a business or building, monument signs are lower to the ground and sit at street level, providing a direct line of sight for commuters. Unlike pylon signs which can reach heights of up to twenty feet or more, monument signs are seen at eye level and stand around five…

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Awnings

Awnings are the perfect way to add a sophisticated touch to your business. They come in a variety of metals and fabrics and can be printed with graphics, your logo, or any distinct pattern you choose directly on them. While the look of your business is essential for attracting new customers, installing an awning also…

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Directional Signs

Directional signage is essential for many businesses as it helps people get to where they’re going. You’ll find directional signs just about anywhere you go, from education campuses and government buildings to office buildings, airports, train stations, restaurants, shopping malls, arenas, and more. Anyone unfamiliar with their surroundings benefits from diverse directional signage. People rely…

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Colite™ Aerials

Our proprietary Colite™ aerials create a unique design element for ceilings. Colite™ is a composition of lightweight materials fabricated into various shapes, finishes, and thicknesses to fit your space and specific need. Finishes include solid colors, printed graphics, wood, metal and standard laminate colors and patterns. Aerials come with a self-contained joining system and pre-installed…

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LEDs in Signage

There’s no doubt that your sign is the face of your business. Without one, your business is pretty much invisible. As an expensive capital investment, it’s essential to maintain your sign so that it lasts for years to come. If you have older, fluorescent T12-style lamps in your sign, you can reap many benefits by…

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Cabinet Signs

Cabinet signs, also referred to as wall signs or box signs, are internally illuminated signs – typically illuminated with LEDs. Cabinet signs can be freestanding as a monument, on a pole, or attached to a wall. These type of signs give visibility to businesses both day – and night. Cabinet signs are known for their…

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Pylon Signs

Pylon signs are also often referred to as pole signs. They are tall, freestanding signs typically situated near the road or street. Depending on the weight and size of the sign structure, they will have either single or double poles constructed of steel or aluminum for proper support. The poles can be painted and left…

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Blade Signs

A blade sign is a projecting sign, usually mounted to a wall, column or pole. These signs face perpendicular to the traffic flow and are generally double-sided. Blade signs are great for condensed or high-traffic shopping areas. They are very effective for foot traffic where shoppers walk along a sidewalk or a mall lined with…

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Eliminate Unpredictable Service Costs

A Fixed-Rate Plan Covers All Locations for One Monthly Fee Maintaining exterior signs and lighting can be unpredictable and expensive, especially when managing multiple locations. The cost of goods and services is at an all-time high, making the situation even worse. An option you might want to consider is a fixed-rate service agreement that covers…

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