Signage on ground signs provide direction to your place of business or information about a temporary promotion. They can be illuminated, placed on brick, or steel structures or constructed from decorative wood, aluminum or acrylic.
Ground signs make an excellent alternative or supplement to signage on buildings. Just as the name indicates, these are signs that are placed in the ground usually in front of a business premises or next to the driveway or parking lot entrance.
Information on ground signs provide direction to your place of business or information about a temporary promotion. They can be illuminated, placed on brick, or steel structures or constructed from decorative wood, aluminum or acrylic. Depending on the particular needs of your organization or business, the options for ground signs are almost endless.
Ground signs or lawn signs are best used in areas businesses are hidden from the road. Ground signs also work well for businesses that are in residential areas. For example, if you have a home business where you groom pets, or do income taxes, you obviously can not put an illuminated sign above your business. A lawn sign advertising your services is acceptable and effective in drawing in business. The sign below for 190 Kerr Street is perfect sign for an apartment complex as it lets delivery service, guests, and potential tenants know where to find the apartment building. Ground signs are also perfect for directing traffic, (such as the no exit sign below) or portraying an important message (as pictured in the ‘beyond this point, safety glasses must be worn’ sign below).
The placement and design of ground signs is paramount to their effectiveness. If the sign has not already been placed, it is best to first consider where it will best be seen along with design factors such as colours and font size. They must both reflect the brand of the company as well as be easily read by potential clients and customers.