How To Make Your Business Stand Out

If you have recently opened up a brick-and-mortar shop, but can't seem to get many customers to enter your doors, then you may feel at a loss for what to do. Luckily, you have come to the right spot. From sending out coupons to having window graphics placed on your windows, this article will list a few ways that you can have more customers enter your store and hopefully make a few purchases. Read More 

3 Tips For Buying Awnings

If you are looking into maintaining your business and making sure that it looks great and is useful to your employees and customers, consider getting a professional awning installation. By taking the time to install awnings for your business, you'll reap a lot of benefits and your property will be better for it. To this end, read on and follow these strategies in order to buy awnings for your business so that you can thrive. Read More 

3 Mistakes To Avoid When Repairing A Broken Neon Tube

Neon signs help capture the attention of passersby with their bright and colorful designs. The unique effect produced by neon signs is created through gases that are trapped within a glass tube. Should the glass tube become broken or malfunction in any way, the sign will cease to light up. Neon sign repair can be a tricky process. Avoiding the following mistakes during the repair process will help ensure you are able to fix your neon tubes effectively in the future. Read More 

Designing An Effective New Sign For Your Business

Signage plays a critical role when it comes to advertising your business. Consumers use signs to help identify brands and find the location of a retail outlet. Designing an effective sign can be a simple way to increase the success of your company over time. Here are three tips that you can use to ensure your new signs capture the attention of consumers in the future: 1. Keep it simple. Read More 

Digital Marquee Vs. Plastic Marquee: Weighing The Benefits And Drawbacks Of Each

Many stores rely on a marquee to relay information about store sales to the public. Some use the old school plastic sign format with the individual sliding letter and number cards. Others use the updated, modern, digital marquees to run a list of digital information across the electronic board. Here are some of the benefits and drawbacks of each of these types of signs, and why you might request one type over the other from a sign manufacturer. Read More