Industry-Leading Know How
Architects often get involved in deciding where to place particular interior signs. But they often leave unspecified important interior sign matters - from designs to fabrication methods to locations - to Metro Sign and Awning's experts.
Sometimes, an architect will specify a material and a fabrication method that are would be unnecessarily time-consuming, costly or impractical. If necessary, we will review these specifications and come up with alternate ideas that will produce the specified final appearance for the finished interior designs while using less expensive materials, faster fabrication methods, and more practical installation procedures.
Other times, we'll know how to revise a sign design so it looks the same, but will function better in the field by means of stronger adhesives, better resistance to color fading, and more durable materials.
For example, we have the capability to fabricate interior signs using appliqué techniques (in which the letters are applied to the face of the sign). In many cases, this technology delivers better results than the more commonly used photo polymer method. However, we've also learned that in certain situations, such as schools, for example, photo polymer is often a better, longer-lasting choice.
When appropriate, we can also create interior signs by means of silk screening, even when the designs are quite intricate.
Flexibility, Creativity, Mastery, and Quality
Fundamentally, we understand how the best interior signage works in close harmony with other elements of the built environment. That's why we focus on adroitly marrying creativity, flexibility, technical mastery, and a deep understanding of your audience to deliver the highest quality interior signage you can obtain.
With our network of talented sign specialists, we can meet all your job's requirements, easing your burden and delivering top quality results.