Five Advantages of Carved Wood Signs
Five advantages of carved wood signs over say choosing other various forms of signs are not really hard to see, if you look closely.
First, the main advantage is interest. The carved letters make the letters interesting. Since light reflects at an angle, the V-Carved letters serve to boost reflectivity. Add gold leaf and, “Wow!”
“The lettering on our new church directional sign looks great,” said Kenneth Lee of Rodes United Methodist Church in Nelson County, Virginia. I just completed a carved wood sign for Mr. Lee after his former sign was destroyed during routine mowing. (See accompanying photos of this nice little sign.)
Here are four more advantages of carved wood signs:
Carved signs last a long time: Since the wood is usually cedar, redwood, or mahogany, these species are insect and rot resistant. With 10-year maintenance periods, the signs will long outlive most sign buyers!
Carved signs value is much greater than signs made with less-precious materials and less-tedious labor. These signs are truly the Cadillacs of signs, but if you’re okay with a Kia then that’s your prerogative.
Carved signs can be designed to blend in with the environment, yet stand out as graphics.
Carved signs look awesome when spot-lit!
I’m sure there are even many more reasons why your church, your professional office, your medical practice, your law firm, your downtown retail store, your florist, your retirement center, your hospital, your school, your veterinary clinic, (see where I’m going here?) would choose a carved wood sign over other options. Let us know if you’d like to see your name in WOOD!
WOODN’T YOU? I SURE WOOD! (But I’m partial.)
Mark Hackley is owner of Augusta Sign Company, Waynesboro, VA 22980