With offices in Woodland Hills, Santa Ana, San Diego, Hermosa Beach, and Seal Beach, The Simon Law Group answers its phones around the clock. It assists clients with accidents, injuries, and insurance litigation. When a representative of the firm contacted us, it was to discuss the design, manufacture, and installation of an anti-graffiti commercial property “For Lease” sign.
V-Shaped “For Lease” Sign Features Anti-Graffiti Laminate
We met with the client and assisted with the design of the product. By choosing the V-shape, it is possible for people coming from various directions to take notice of the information. Because the law firm wants to lease the vacant property quickly, it opted for a highly visible setup.
We went with a post and panel design. Our technicians painted the posts in white. The panel features the firm’s name, the “For Lease” designation, and contact details. From every angle, the sign looks neat, clean, and is easy to read. To maintain its good looks, we added an anti-graffiti laminate. It allows a firm’s representative to wipe off graffiti – if it should occur. Doing so protects the company’s signage investment and ensures that the sign always looks its best.
A Closer Look at the Vandalguard Anti-Graffiti Coating
When you have a property for lease or sale, your sign is out in the open. Sometimes, this setup makes it a target for graffiti “artists.” Without an anti-graffiti laminate, you have to replace the sign. If you do not do anything but keep the scribbles in place, prospective lessees or buyers may worry that choosing this property can put them at risk for theft, vandalism, or burglary. Conversely, a spic-and-span sign signals that you are the type of property manager who takes excellent care of a venue.
Our shop relies on Vandalguard. It goes on as a dry erase laminate that protects printed images and lettering. Permanent marker, spray paint, and similar products do not affect it. It allows for a high-gloss finish, which makes your sign stand out even more. Cleanup of a vandalized sign is a snap. For many stains, all you need is a damp cloth. Crayon comes off with a conventional kitchen detergent. Graffiti removal spray or acetone lets you wipe off other types of markers.
Best of all, this is not a one-time application. The laminate is so tough that it can withstand repeated graffiti attacks and subsequent cleanings. If you are dealing with a property in an area where scribbles on signs are common, the application of this budget-friendly product saves you money. You no longer have to switch out signs or paint over offensive “art.” Instead, all it takes is a soft cloth and the right cleaning solution. Your property might stand out as being one of the few with an unmarked sign.
Stand out in the Right Way with Anti-Graffiti Commercial Property “For Lease” Signs
Do you have a property for sale or lease? Have you been spending a lot of money on signage? If you are dealing with the repeated defacing of your signs, it can be disheartening. Talk to one of our experts about putting up signs that have an anti-graffiti coating. By the way, these coatings are not just for your real property signs. They are also excellent for a broad range of other signage solutions. Call us today to learn more!