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Outdoor Signs

There’s a wide range of signs for Minneapolis businesses in this category, and we do them all! Bannersblade signschannel letters, directional signs, monumentspost and panel signswindow letteringyard signs and more! See those specific categories of outdoor signs under our Product menu for more details about each type of sign.

One of the most important things to understand about outdoor signs is that they will require a permit from the city in which the sign will be placed. Every city has a different set of rules and regulations – even for temporary signage – so check with them before you get too far down the road. If you prefer, we can take care of that step for you (for a small fee), and manage the project from start to finish. Other services we offer include:

• Plan with your preferences

• Design

• Production

• Installation

We also offer landscaping for larger outdoor signs like monuments. Come in today to see how we can help your business with a brand new outdoor sign.

Many outdoor signs needs electricity so they can be seen at night, whether it’s on a building or a freestanding sign such as a monument or pylon. The way in which the sign is designed and produced will affect the lighting options, so be sure to let us know your budget range, and how much you plan to handle yourself as opposed to us hiring certified sign electricians. We can even recommend landscapers for the finishing touches!

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“Architectural signage compliments and accentuates the design aesthetics of a building or group of buildings. It enhances branding and is most often used to aid in wayfinding. The high quality of architectural signage is customarily enhanced by a consulting sales process that aims at optimizing design and placement to maximize ease of finding ones way and to minimize what I refer to as ‘wayfloundering’ (a term I have coined that refers to the stress and disorientation caused by inadequate use of wayfinding signage).”
John Selig

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