Add some dimension to your signage, literally! Custom Dimensional lettering is an effective way to grab attention and guide customers to your place of business. Exterior dimensional lettering can be installed directly to your building facade and to self-standing signage structures, such as monument signs or other low profile signs.
There is a distinct difference between our dimensional letters and its cousin, the channel letter. Dimensional letters are illuminated externally. That is, if you're looking to light up your sign by night, you'll need to consider an external lighting source. If you're looking for maximum impact, and the application warrants it, we recommend that you consider channel letters to internally illuminate your sign to attract attention to your brand, day or night.
Durable, yet economical, our dimensional lettering can be made in varying depths depending on the material you choose.We work with any type of architectural signage and messaging, by designing and producing durable, high-quality business signs for commercial building fronts, including metal letters, dimensional logos and bronze plaques to name a few.
Our design consultant's work with you to identify the best way to brand your business with prominently displayed, professionally created, and highly durable building signs.
Available in metal, plastic, or high density foam, indoor dimensional lettering can be installed directly to the wall or mounted to acrylic.All of our dimensional lettering and graphic options can be custom-made to match your brand, from logo, shape, and color. We offer an ample selection of materials, including affordable yet durable high-density foam. These allow small businesses to take advantage of custom colors and shapes for their company signage packages.
A standard custom channel letter is a 3-dimensional graphic sign element. Its channel is fabricated from sheet metal, most often aluminum since it will not rust. A flat sheet of aluminum is typically cut on a table by a computer-controlled router. This creates the back of the channel and is the basis for the letter shape.