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Architectural Signs

An Architectural sign package from Unity Signs can include a variety of products, each blending function with style to keep your business or facility moving in the right direction. 

Monument Signs

The primary purpose is for property identification, directional sign and regulatory signs. They are highly visible and are the first opportunity to show corporate image. 

Multi Tenant Signs

Main ID with tenant panel signs are used to identify shopping centers, business parks or any area having more than one business. This sign type can be a low profile sign or a free standing pylon.

Pole and Pylon Signs

A pylon or pole sign is your communication device for the purpose of presenting your message about your business, profession or service. These are free standing structures located on the site and offer high visibility to traffic.

Reverse Channel Letters Signs

This type of channel letter is fabricated with much thicker aluminum. In this letter, light source is mounted in such a way that it points towards the back wall. These letters are installed with a standoff from the mounting surface.

Channel letters Signs

Channel letters is a three-dimensional sign element. Letters are mostly fabricated with aluminum since it will not rust. A flat sheet of aluminum is typically cut on a table by a computer-controlled CNC router.

Lobby Signs

Call it Lobby Signs or reception signs, these are of prime importance. These tell people regarding your company. Sayin that these are the prime face of your company won’t be wrong at all.

Flat Cut Letters Signs

Often used for logo as well as company branding, flat cut letters are majorly used in logo features. Used to be in steel once, these kind of letters are now found in brass, aluminium and copper too.

Directional Signs

Directional signs are of great help. Especially in metropolitan area like Houston, importance of these even get more. These are helpful for individuals to navigate them and to help them finding their way.

ADA Signs

The American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law on July 26, 1990 by President Bush. This law guarantees equal opportunity to individuals with disabilities in many areas from employment to transportation to way finding & more.

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