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Architectural signage makes your property look more appealing, paying dividends in brand perception and customer impressions. “Architectural signs and symbols” may be an uncommon term to you, but the signs are common. They include any sign that can contribute to the architecture of your building. How do you know if you need one, or more, of these signs to fill a gap? Here’s our guide to assessing your needs.
You probably have one or two architectural signs already, but you probably don’t know every architectural sign. They include signs that are mounted directly to your building, such as:
There are also architectural signs that sit away from your building, such as:
Several of these signs can be combined to make a different architectural statement.
Empty space on your building and around your building are opportunities to reinforce your brand and make a new architectural impression. Here are things to consider when planning to fill gaps:
How are your signs looking right now? Damaged or dated signs should be replaced to restore your property’s outward façade. Otherwise, they detract from customer’s perception of your brand as well as their perception of your building. We can also repair signs, but it is often better to get a fresh sign that can make a better impression on your customers.
At Captivating Signs, we have the design chops to consider how your outdoor custom signs will affect your building’s architecture. If you want to make an impressive statement, you should work with us. Reach out today to get started.