What happens when an insurance company drags its feet to resolve your claim? Maybe you have not yet reported a claim or received a denial. In these cases, consumers contact Allied Public Adjusters. Just recently, this enterprise moved its offices and needed new building signs in Orange County. We were glad to help.
A Lit Building Sign Attracts Attention at the Office’s New Location
After meeting with the client, we designed a set of reverse halo-lit letters. They feature an aluminum body that we mounted with offsets to the wall. Inside, LEDs turn on after dark. The light reflects off the building’s wall, which creates an aesthetically impressive halo appearance.
The fronts of the letters show a brushed aluminum finish. We painted certain center portions in yellow to coordinate with the logo colors that customers see on the website. The client decided to increase the visibility of the office’s street number by having us put together a new set of numerals using one-inch-thick PVC. Our technicians added brushed metal faces for an impressive look.
By moving these numbers to a spot that is easy to see from the street, wayfinding is now a snap. Combined with the new lettering on the façade, Allied Public Adjusters advertises its presence and encourages prospective customers to stop by. Since the business moved its office to this location, having highly visible building signs in place is vital.
Building Signage Options Abound
The lit signage that the client chose uniquely suits the company’s needs and the venue’s overall look and style. However, what happens when you want something different? There are plenty of options!
- Dimensional letters. Depending on your material selection, you might opt for letter depths ranging from an inch to three inches. Select from aluminum, acrylic, sign foam, or formed plastic. These letters take on the shape of your font, and we paint them in your corporate colors. Adding a vinyl overlay with gradient color changes is another option.
- Panels. If you do not want individual letters but prefer to put more information on your signage, a board is a good option. Aluminum works well for the majority of business owners. If you want to stand out with an artistic presentation, consider the installation of a routed or sandblasted high-density urethane board.
- Box cabinets. Lit from inside, these box cabinets typically come in a rectangular shape. Selecting a different look is possible. Choose a flat or pan face with applied or embossed lettering. Once again, we paint the product in your colors to assist with brand awareness building.
Buying Building Signs in Orange County
If you are relocating your company anywhere in Orange or Los Angeles County, you cannot make do without a building sign. We can help you put together a look that suits the new location and builds your brand message so that it is recognizable to established and new customers. We can do the same if you are opening the doors to your business for the first time. Find out what signage type would be ideal for your location. Contact us today to get started on the project.