Competitive Pricing for More than Just New Signs
Sign Advisors can help essential Houston businesses with other services related to commercial signage. In addition to guiding sign buyers through design, specification, permitting and procurement of new signage, Sign Advisors can help businesses and organizations find the best pricing for:
• Sign and lighting repair services
• LED, fluorescent and neon replacement
• Commercial painting
• Interior ADA-compliant room signage
Sign and lighting repair
Signage is one of your most cost effective advertising tools. It works 24/7/365 to bring people in the door.
However, when your sign is damaged, paint faded or vinyl pealing, your sign can send a message to your clients and prospects about the quality of your products, cleanliness of your facility or professionalism of your organization.
Ever drive at night and see signs that are dimly lit, partially illuminated or just not visible at all? That could be a deal killer! Even if your business is not open at those hours, your sign is sill working for your to promote your brand and connect new clients to your location. Be visible, make sure your illuminated signs are working properly.
Sign Advisors can help get your signs back to becoming your most important revenue generator! Contact us for a free, no-obligation signage repair consultation.
Sign lighting replacement and upgrade
Even if your sign is working today (if not, get it fixed!), it could be costing you money. Being visible at night is extremely important, no matter what your business hours. If your sign employs old lighting technology - especially, florescent tubes, retrofitting LED lighting can provide:
brighter illumination - greater more consistent lighting output
reduced maintenance - reduced downtime and lower cost
reduced electricity cost - LEDs are by some estimates 60%-80% more efficient than florescent lighting
Painting of exterior and interior walls is an important part of your Houston signage project.
Any time a sign is removed from a wall, it will inevitably create what the sign industry calls "ghosting" where the image of the sign may still appear due to fading of the paint around the sign or dirt and debris that builds up behind or near the sign.
Sometimes scrubbing or power washing will help. However, unless you are covering the entire area with a new sign with full backing, this image may still appear. The best way to address this problem and the only way if you are not covering the area is to repaint the wall where the sign was located.
In addition, when an sign is removed, wall damage may occur and holes where the attachments were in place will be visible. Even if this is patched and filled, these areas will still be visible. The best way to address this is by painting the wall before a new sign is installed.
Many Houston sign companies can provide this service, but sometimes it may be best to hire an experienced painting company. Some things to consider:
experience with painting large
Sign Advisors can help you find the best options for commercial painting back. Contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation.
Interior ADA-compliant room signs
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides guidelines for the manufacture and installation of certain signage. These guidelines go beyond just the traditional use of braille or raised lettering. ADA signage complies with certain sizes, fonts and installation locations.
Typically a sign must be ADA-compliant if it identifies a permanent room or space of a facility (including exits), directs or informs about functional spaces of the facility, or identifies, directs to, or informs about accessible features of the facility. Signs that are used exclusively for for advertising and marketing purposes, including temporary signs, company logos and business names are not required to comply with ADA sign standards.
Whether it be sign and lighting repair, commercial painting or ADA signage, Sign Advisors can help you find the best signage solution from Houston sign companies. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation.