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Blog: Engaging Signs
There are several ways any sign can be updated: you could completely replace the old sign with new panels, you could cover the old panels with a new printed adhesive graphic, or you cover the old panels with a vinyl banner. Which option you choose will depend on the condition of the old sign, how long you want the sign to last, and your budget. If you need to update your sign, let us help you decide which option would be best for you.
Including a design element in your logo that communicates your product or service will probably increase the effectiveness of your logo. The trailer shown here is a good example. The name "Chelsea Hearth And Fireplaces" together with the flame graphic clearly communicate what this business is about. This is called a descriptive logo. Descriptive logos usually do a better job of marketing your business than non-descriptive logos
We often make lobby signs from acrylic (such as Plexiglas) because it looks great and gives your business a professional look. This sign for TRUIC has the logo laser cut from white acrylic and mounted to a black acrylic background. The black acrylic reflects whatever light sources are in the room--in this case the outside light coming through the front doors. You can even see the reflection of our van outside in the parking lot! We put a French cleat on the back so the sign could be hung with no visible fasteners. We really enjoy making beautiful signs like this!
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