Custom Signs In Denver
In Stanley Kubrick’s classic film “2001: A Space Odyssey,” a clan of apes went . . . well . . . bananas when a stone monolith appeared outside of their cave. Capture a piece of that primal excitement with your very own monolith sign. There is something regal and eye-catching about a free-standing monolith. It sraws your eye, while exemplifying professionalism. Even a blank monolith would attract the attention of passers-by. Imagine one with your company name!
The customization options for monolith signs, also called monument signs and totem pole signs, are many. They can be made in a wide range of sizes, colors, and shapes and out of a variety of materials. They can be lighted from within, or by external spotlights. The lettering and design can be LED, neon, channel letter, or printed directly on the sign material.
While monolith signs are commonly used to make a bold statement outside the office building of a single company, they are also a professional and space-efficient way to announce the presence of multiple companies. A well-designed monolith sign outside of an office park or strip mall can clearly and effectively give visibility to every tenant
Take the next steps in upgrading the professionalism of your business-front and contact The Denver Print Company today to discuss your project.
”Craftsmanship” is a word that often comes to mind when considering routed signs. The old fashioned hand-carved look of a routed or sandblasted sign calls to mind a bygone era. A well made routed sign can set the perfect tone for your customer before they even walk in the door.
Traditional routed signs are carved from wood. While wood is still an option, modern routed signs can be made from a variety of materials including PVC plastic, HDU (a high density foam), acrylic, and even metal. Signs made from these alternate materials can often be designed and produced to replicate the look of wood. They also provide design options that are not available with wooden routed signs. HDU routed signs, for example, are often carved to produce a faux stone finish.
If you are interested in a routed sign, Denver Print Company can consult with you on your project to help find the best material for your sign. HDU can be used to produce a thicker sign, up to 12 inches, but wood is a stronger material for longer, flatter signs. Weather resistance is something to consider as well. Wood signs can warp or crack in extreme temperature and moisture situations, whereas HDU is engineered to be 100% weather proof.
Contact The Denver Print Company today to discuss your routed or carved sign project!