Metal wall signs are a very cost effective medium to long term sign solution. They much less expensive to manufacture than illuminated signs and look and last much longer than banners. When you break over the edges of the signs, it gives the sign a dimensional quality as they stand off the surface of the wall a couple inches.
Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more about metal wall signs.
Tenant panels are often more visible to commuters than your actual building sign. Because of this it is important to have your tenant sign be easily and quickly read.
The panels can be made with simple translucent cut vinyl or a full color digital print on translucent film.
Give Precision Sign and Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more about having a backlit tenant panel made for your location
Whether you purchase your sign from Precision Sign & Design or have it shipped in from corporate headquarters, we can install, move, or service your sign. This job for Urban Outfitters in Tulsa involved hanging a large, projecting, metal wall sign and a set of exposed neon channel letters.
We have the capabilities to lift, mount, and wire the nearly any size, shape, or type of sign for your business.
Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to get a quote on your sign installation or service project
Metal wall and pole signs are a very cost effective medium to long term sign solution. Typically, these signs are made from either solid aluminum or an aluminum composite panels. This provides a great surface for vinyl graphics to be applied to because aluminum doesn’t rust, warp, or crack. The panels can also be cut to custom shapes to make a more visually interesting, eye catching sign. When externally illuminated with flood lights, these signs will work for your business 24/7/365.
To find out more about metal wall and pole signs, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.
Vinyl films have come a long way over the last few years. 3M has a textured surface vinyl (8624) that will adhere to many different surfaces from concrete, brick, cinder block, and tile. During application, the vinyl film is heated to approximately 700 to 800 degrees and a firm foam roller is used to press the material into all the crevices of the surface. The result is a graphic that looks like it has been painted on.
Wall wraps also have the added benefit of not conflicting with certain historical district sign codes because they are not considered a permanent modification to the building. To find out more about wall wraps and other textured surface vinyl applications, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.