The occupant of a room may change but the suite number itself is less likely to change. When creating office signs, we need to keep these things in mind to determine whether or not information on a sign needs to be permanent or temporary. Our focus is on permanent signage such as monument signs or channel letters, but we understand that sometimes information on a sign needs to be changed. In order to accommodate this, we offer suite and tenant identification signs that have the room or suite number in tactile copy and Braille, and a space to insert a printed piece of paper with a name or company name. This way, the client can change the information as needed without having to have the sign company come out every time. These signs can also be customized in terms of size and color to suit your unique office.
Along with the suite number signs, we did other standard ADA signs such as room identification signs, restroom signs, maximum occupancy signs, exit route signs, exit stairs down signs, stair IDs, and evacuation maps. Many of these code signs are necessary in case of emergency and many of them require Braille and raised copy for those with vision impairment. Most of the signs have a similar color scheme to the suite identification signs and are made from acrylic. We start with clear acrylic that is custom painted to whatever color the client needs.
The black and aluminum color scheme looks great with the interior. Combining black with different aluminum is a very popular combination for office signage, and we offer different finishes, the most popular being brushed and polished.