Hotels, high-rise condo buildings, mid-rise apartment buildings, office buildings, malls – they all need directory signs. Visitors to buildings need to know how to reach the person or people they came to see. Directory signs allow them to do this by displaying the names and unit numbers of those who live or work in said building.
Directory signs can be analog or digital. If you manage a small apartment building in Poway, an analog directory sign is perfectly suitable. These directory signs are less expensive and it’s not difficult to swap out the name plates when tenants move in and out. Analog directory signs also work for malls. If you manage a high-rise residential or office building in San Diego, however, you might want to invest in a digital directory sign. These types of directory signs make it easier for the guests to navigate all the names. Besides, an analog directory sign would have to be huge to display all the names of the residents of a 30-story building.
In residential buildings, analog directory signs typically display the names of tenants along with a buzzer code or button you can use to call them. They can then answer their phone or buzzer and then let you in. In malls, directory signs typically feature a map. Digital directory signs allow guests to scroll through and search for the tenant or office that they came to see.
Lighthouse Sign Co. can design, manufacture, and install top quality directory signs for our clients in the San Diego area of California. To learn more, please contact us.