Monument Signs: (12) 28-foot-tall 3-sided light towers with 2 of the 3 sides illuminated with colorblaster LED color-changing light fixtures. The remaining side has aluminum faces with pierced copy backed with white acrylic. Tower base has 6″ black granite with illuminated graphics. Entire display is LED illuminated.
Monument Signs: (4) 10-foot-tall illuminated kiosk displays with fully illuminated top section constructed of white acrylic with internal aluminum structure. Aluminum constructed base section is illuminated with LEDs and 1/2″ white acrylic push through copy. Kiosk base is 6″ black granite.
Monument Signs: Single-sided illuminated monument sign has push through acrylic letters and hand-formed 3-dimensional birds constructed of aluminum. All wood work is smooth cedar with full stone base and buff sandstone caps. Signage is illuminated with LEDs.
Monument Signs: 12-foot-wide aluminum constructed lanterns finished with Matthews Old Copper finish. Each lantern is illuminated with both amber LED lighting on lower section and LU 400/ECO light fixture for the lantern. Letters are reverse channel letters with LED lighting.
Monument Sign: Aluminum-constructed sign cabinet with individual reverse channel letters illuminated with white LEDs. Lower mountain range is aluminum construction with custom faux corten steel finish and illuminated with amber LEDs.
Monument Signs: Double-sided illuminated monument sign with aluminum constructed sign cabinet and white acrylic sign faces decorated with 3m film. Signage is illuminated with white LEDs. Full CMU block base with buff sandstone caps.
Single-sided illuminated monument sign with display constructed of aluminum and faux corten steel paint finish. Display has routed and push through clear acrylic “River West” copy and is illuminated with white LEDs. Entire perimeter of display is illuminated with blue LEDs.
Double-sided LED illuminated reverse pan. shaped cabinet with routed and push thru copy. Cabinet is spaced off stone background to allow for secondary halo lighting onto stone. Display is illuminated with Samsung 6500k white LED’s.
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A monument sign is a permanent, exterior freestanding sign that is not affixed to a building. This kind of sign either sits directly on the ground on a concrete foundation or is on a low base that makes the sign highly visible and easy to read from the street level. Monument signs are ideal for entries to buildings and businesses that sit back from the road, which can make standard exterior signs difficult to see.
Monument signs may be made from stone, glass, stucco, brick, aluminum, steel, or other long-lasting materials. The base materials are typically complementary to the materials used on the exterior of the building or in surrounding landscaping materials. Monument signs are designed to be durable and resistant to our local winds, hail, snow, and everything else that Mother Nature dishes out.
Channel letters are typically used for lettering on a monument sign, or the lettering may be engraved or etched into the sign construction material. LED electronic message centers may also be incorporated into a monument sign to make it easy to communicate with customers.
Monument signs are ideal for businesses, churches, school campuses, neighborhoods or communities, shopping centers, and more – perfect for any place you want to make a lasting statement.
When you choose DaVinci to create a monument sign for your business or organization, we will help you choose the materials, color, lettering style, illumination, and more, all to help you communicate the right message to leave the right impression.
Permitting for monument signs in most cities or jurisdictions is very detailed and specific to many physical limitations such as height, setback from property line, and square footage on area of display. Every entity has a different formula for figuring the items above and staying within the guidelines can be very intricate.
Before beginning the planning for your monument sign, we recommend talking to a zoning official, sign code expert, or DaVinci Sign salesperson to determine exactly what you can do legally.