It used to be that wood was the ideal material from which to carve business signs. Versatile and easy to work with for those who know how, it dominated for hundreds of years. There is, however, one major drawback to using wood to make carved signs, and that is durability. Wooden signs are susceptible to the damaging effects of the weather, and those hung outside a building just don't last as long as you might like.
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Can a sign improve your business' bottom line? The answer is an unequivocal yes. Surveys indicate the average consumer views thousands of advertisements every day, many of them signs. And the reason there are so many billboards, banners, scrolling digital boards and standard signs is because they work.
The Sign Center has put together a 2 page tip sheet on how to make sure you are getting a good carved sign. This tip sheet uses industry and our own experience to explain how to get the best out of your carved signs or sign company.
The Sign Center has put together a tip sheet on how to make sure you are getting a good sign, a sign that will attract clients and reinsure your existing clients that you are the company they want to work with. The Sign Center's CCCKIS model explains how to get the best out of your signs for your company.
Even the paint has evolved and some companies are using latex paints because it is cheaper and easier to work with…we still use the paints that are used are your car. Latex is easier to work with but does not last as long.