Parking lots are, superficially, mundane places. People need a way to get to your store, office, business, or building, and many will drive, so they need to park. So you put up a parking lot. But parking lots can be chaotic places, especially when they’re busy. The last thing you want is people getting into collisions when they come to visit your place of business. Especially if those collisions are as a result of poor or nonexistent signage, because then you’re vulnerable to litigation.
Some common types of parking lot signs include:
Thin, rectangular aluminum signs placed on walls or on fences are an effective and inexpensive way to get your message across. Aluminum signs can convey such information as: Parking Reserved for Staff, Parking Reserved for Customers, parking hours, and more.
Floor graphics are an effective form of parking lot sign because drivers have to look at the ground in front of them. Common types of parking lot floor signs include arrows directing them which way to drive as well as graphics denoting accessible parking lots for people with mobility issues, the elderly, and pregnant women.
Underground parking lots can be quite dark. In order to stand out, some signs need to be lighted.
Whether you need parking lot signs for your office building in Chula Vista or for a grocery store in Poway, Lighthouse Signs can design, manufacture, and install top quality parking lot signs for you in the San Diego area of California. To learn more, please contact us.