Your address sign is a sign you use to identify yourself to the world. It can say so much more than just “22”. Though the number of the address sign is important. Indeed that is its primary function: to identify the address of a building. As a result, you have to take care that your address sign is visible, preferably from the street, which could be some distance away in some cases. Make sure that your address sign is big enough to be visible, make sure the color scheme works (don’t use a white address sign on a white wall), and take care to install it in the right place. You don’t want your address sign hiding behind a willow tree or something.
Address signs can subtly communicate something about your brand as well. Of course, there’s the obvious “written out” address sign. Writing out your address sign with letters, often cursive, might be a bit of a cliché, but it does add a touch of class to your building. “Sixty-Seven” is undeniably more fancy than “67”. But you can use bold, impactful numerals to convey seriousness and authority with your address sign. You can also use a colorful address sign to communicate fun and creativity. Common materials for address signs include: acrylic or other plastics, finished and treated woods, marble, slate, and metals such as stainless steel, aluminum, brass, bronze, and copper.
Lighthouse Sign Co. can design, manufacture, and install address signs for you in the San Diego area of California. To learn more, please contact us.