Typically placed at the entrance to your business, community, church, or school, a monument sign identifies where you are located and provides the customer a first impression of your business. There is no better way to impact that impression than with a custom monument sign that is not only a work of art, but is functional and effective. Our monument signs are designed to compliment both your business and your building and set the tone for customer interactions.
But not all monument signs are created equal. A monument sign is an investment. It lets your customers know you are hear to stay. We don’t peddle cheaply built foam alternatives. We use stone, brick, steel and wood. Our monument signs are built to last.
But wait, this sounds very expensive? Not necessarily. In fact, they are quite economical considering the number of impressions they generate on a daily basis. And we can work with any budget. Whether you need to refurbish an existing monument sign or are in the market for a new monument sign, Sign Authority has the expertise and experience you need. We've done multi-tenant divided signs and single-tenant brick and stone…and everywhere in between…we can build your custom monument sign.
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WHAT ARE YOUR MONUMENT SIGNS MADE FROM?
Our preferred materials are brick and stone. This provides the most visually appealing, longest-lasting monument sign. We either stud mount the letters or logo directly to the stone/brick, or we can install a flat sign face with a digital print. Lighting is also an option.
Since our monument signs are built to last, we only use the less durable foam products our competitors offer, upon request.
Why are they called Monument Signs?
Because they truly are monuments.
Monument signs are large freestanding exterior signs designed to be viewed at a distance and at vehicle speed. They are built to show the location and signify the importance of your business. Just like other monuments you are already familiar with.
Typically of a low profile (versus a pole sign), they can be mounted on a base or fashioned between upright columns. Made from very durable materials (like stone and steel), monument signs are built to withstand the outdoor elements.