The tagline, “The Place for Glass,” identifies Binswanger Glass at 1724 FM 1960 in Houston, TX. The firm serves residential and commercial customers with products ranging from shower enclosures over auto glass to business storefront windows. When the company’s management team selected the business sign experts at Monarch Sign & Graphics to handle the location’s building sign updates and cabinet sign refacing in Houston, TX, we met with our client on site.
Surveying the Challenge and Formulating a Plan
Many of the exterior signage products that were at the location had lasted past their useful lives. Sign facings had yellowed and lettering presented with faded and cracked displays. The building’s electrical cabinet sign showed evidence of significant erosion. As we uninstalled the item, we noticed that the fascia boards had rotted and created structural problems.
Would these issues deter us from renewing the great looks of the company’s business location? No! In fact, we dove right in. But because we realized that we could not uninstall and replace all the signage components at once – after all, the client needed to have some signage identifying the venue – we worked in stages. We first set our eyes on the pylon sign.
Freshened Colors, Updated, and Replaced Signage Now Define the Business’ Location
The pylon’s overall color was faded. We prepped the structure and painted it with a rust-inhibiting product that matches the blue color of the corporate palette. While our technicians focused on this task, our graphic artists prepared the flex face replacements for the sign itself. They present the company’s name and brand message to motorists coming from either direction.
Along the building, the client had non-illuminated signs that highlighted some of the products and services the professionals provide. We replaced the facings with an aluminum composite that combines savings with durability. After discussing the overall state of the main building sign, the client decided against a new cabinet and instead ordered the design and installation of building letters. Doing so allowed us to go bigger with 3/8-inch routed acrylic. The client’s venue now shines with bold color lettering that is easy on the budget but delivers a great impression.
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