Architectural signs are an exceptional choice for large properties, universities, college campuses and hospitals with multiple office buildings. To maintain consistency, there should be multiple signs on a large Long Island property. This includes signs for entrances, parking lots and individual buildings. In Nassau, Suffolk, Queens and Brooklyn, architectural signs make sense for interiors as well.
If there are not strict regulations in your town, a Long Island architectural sign can be more creative and as a result garner more attention. Aspects to consider include a Suffolk County architectural sign with very large dimensions, vertically shaped, or bright colors against a darker backdrop. Ideally, there should be as little as possible next to Nassau County architectural sign that is unrelated to your business, as this could cause distraction.
Before selecting color schemes for an architectural sign, take a look at some nearby signage by your competition. This will help determine what looks best, while preventing a duplicate of a competitor’s design or pattern. Within local law, a unique and powerful display will grab more attention than an ordinary font or color arrangement.
Contact the experts at Regional Signs of Long Island for more information.