Signs come in an unlimited array of shapes, sizes, and materials to suit a myriad of uses. From rigid boards to pliable fabrics, from one day sales or events to permanent building fixtures, Seismic Signs handles virtually every signage need. We work with you to find the right balance in design, effectiveness, and cost for any project. Seismic Signs also repairs signs and can provide ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and street signage.
Dimensional Letters and Graphics
One of the first things a prospective customer looks for on an office building or lobby wall is a sign identifying your business. A professionally designed dimensional sign on the exterior or interior of your office assures visitors they are in the right place. These long-term, durable signs can add credibility to your location. Dimensional letters are available in many different materials (such as acrylic, metal, form, plastic, or wood) to fit any size budget or design aspirations. Your logo or other decorative elements can also be incorporated into a custom manufactured sign.
Channel Letters and Electric Cabinets
If you have a retail storefront, channel letters or electric cabinets are a must. Channel letters are custom manufactured signs that are usually made of metal bent into the shape of letters to allow lights to be placed behind an colored acrylic face. Modern channel letters use LEDs (light emitting diodes) because they consume less power and are easier to maintain.
Electric cabinets are typically made from aluminum boxes with polycarbonate or Lexan faces. High performance vinyl is usually applied to the surface to create the artwork for the sign. They can be mounted on walls or poles.
Intricate designs like logos, gradients, or multicolor graphics can be printed onto vinyl and turned into a backlit sign. These signs have high visibility both during the day and night, and can have an impact on revenue up to around 30%.
Using a variety of looks such as stone, wood, metal, brick, tile, and stucco; these statement pieces are durable, long-lasting works of art that make a big impression at the entrance of your property. They come in all shapes and sizes, and despite their heavy and formidable appearance, they can be fabricated from lighter materials and easier to install than one might think.
These signs tell visitors where to go. Not only are they helpful, they provide an opportunity to reinforce your brand with consistent colors, styling, and design. Directional signs and directories can be freestanding, wall-mounted, hanging, or backlit. They are especially useful for airports, schools, hospitals, shopping centers, and multi-suite office buildings.
Regulated and Unique Specialty Signs
Street, traffic, highway, pedestrian, landmark, parks, parking lots, address, ADA, exit, hazard, and warnings are all signs that have specific requirements. Hanging, side-mounted, sand blasted, carved or molded plastic, laser-engraved or cut, and unusual materials make unique and eye-catching signs.
One of the most affordable rigid signs available, yard signs are made from a corrugated plastic sheet which are lightweight, durable, and waterproof. They can be used for temporary advertising for services such as roofing, landscaping, painting, remodeling, etc. They are called yard signs because they use metal stakes pressed into soft dirt to stand up. They can be removed without leaving any permanent marks. They are also good for political signs, directional signs, short term events, for sale signs and warnings. They can be made in custom sizes in either cut vinyl or full printed color.
If you have constantly changing signage needs or want to showcase videos or photos of your services and products on full color digital displays, you might want to consider investing in electronic signs. These are popping up everywhere from restaurants, gas stations, retail, and grocery stores to hotel lobbies, airports, and schools.
A Word about Permits
Large size, permanent exterior signs usually require a permit. If you are considering a channel letter or monument sign, allow a little extra time for the permitting process, especially if you are a tenant and need to get approvals from the property owner or management.