Retrofitting Signs? Smart ways to update what you haveSEPTEMBER 11, 2015| SpeedPro of SF Peninsula
Making the case for a signage retrofit
There are many reasons that existing signs or way finding plaques need to be updated. A re-brand, perhaps? Remodeling? A name change or logo revision? Or just some fresh ideas for improvement, without an external demand for compliance.
In any case, there are lots of ways to either “re-skin” a sign or in many cases build an insert to an existing sign holder that can be swapped in.
The SpeedPro Center in San Carlos recently helped a long-time client with a variety of signage updates and additions. The Bay Club | Redwood Shores was formerly known as the Pacific Athletic Club, and we had done a variety of projects for them over the years, mostly in the pool area. When their corporate parent decided to re-brand all of their clubs as “Bay Club | …xyx”, many of the changes were mandated (and paid for) as part of the corporate initiative.
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Of course this left a lot of other items – skinny A-frame inserts for the swimming pool, parking lot signs that were missing or done wrong. More parking cones; safety signs, traffic barriers, wayfinding signs, and several markers that just needed a decal pasted-over.
When you’re faced with re-doing signs, give us a call. We work all over the San Francisco Bay Area, and are part of a nationwide system of SpeedPro Centers, so we can either take care of your needs or refer you to a sister operation. Trust our experience and ideas for re-purposing existing elements for to minimize your out-of-pocket and maximize your return on investment (ROI). Call us today at 650.662-5450 or email email@example.com.
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