When the name of the game is to attract attention, Clausen Enterprises could teach you a thing or two. With commercial spaces for lease, the company conducts business at 2715 Lincoln Avenue in Anaheim. If the name sounds familiar, you might recall the anti-graffiti “For Lease” signs we previously designed for the company. They display orange fronts with white lettering, which is an eye-catching color combination. Because the business wanted to protect its investment in signage, the management team asked us to coat the product with an anti-graffiti surface protection product.
New Commercial Real Estate “For Lease” Signs in Orange County, CA
When we recently received another call from the business’ management team, its representative informed us that Clausen Enterprises had another job for us. The signs worked out so well that the client wanted to have another set of eight signs, this time with a blue background and white lettering. Because the anti-graffiti coating proved to work every time, the team insisted on having us add this product to the new setup. We also altered the location of the lettering that identifies the business from the upper right-hand corner to the bottom center.
The reasoning for swapping out the existing signs is interesting. The company’s team wants to switch out the look every six months or so to keep the display fresh. This approach has a lot of merit. Because passersby can get used to the presence of a post and panel sign, they may overlook the message without reading it. But when there is something new about the appearance such as a fresh color scheme, the novelty of the presentation attracts attention.
Freshening the Look of “For Lease” and “For Sale” Signs
If you have not already done so, inspect some of the real estate signs that are currently advertising your properties. What do you see?
- Defaced signs. We recommend commissioning new signs that we then treat with an anti-graffiti coating. The process costs less than you think and protects the investment. If someone does tag the products, simply wipe off the offending scribbles.
- Lack of visibility. Your “For Lease” signs should stand out. White on blue is a great color combination to make the sign highly visible in any setting. However, when you want to ensure that folks can also read the information after dark, consider the use of reflective lettering for a greater visual impact.
- Size problems. The greatest danger is going too small. The sign should not stick out like a sore thumb but catch the eye of those walking or driving past. We gladly visit your most critical locations to give you suggestions about panel and lettering size.
Order New Commercial Real Estate Signs Today
Whether you need new or upgraded commercial real estate “For Lease” signs in Orange County, CA, or you envision breaking into the Los Angeles County market with a new brand message, we can help. Discuss your design ideas with our graphic artists. We work with you to put together a look that encapsulates your brand message and creates eye-catching presentations along highways, in shopping center green areas, and on new construction sites.
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