Are you having a hard time deciding what kind of signage you want to use for your business? One example of a kind of signage you can use for exterior or interior applications is custom metal lettering, which is available in aluminum and other forms of metal in a wide variety of finishes. Perhaps you’re looking to have the name of your company written in metal, or your logo cut out in a three-dimensional format. Whatever you’re looking for, you have plenty of options to help your business make a statement and a solid first impression on visitors.
Here are some examples of some of the options of materials you can use for your custom metal letter signage or other types of metal signage when you work with a metal fabricator in Phoenix, AZ:
- Aluminum: This is perhaps the most popular metal for signage because it comes in many different finishes (anodized, polished, natural satin) and provides an extremely affordable price point for most applications. Aluminum can be used indoors or outdoors, and comes in many different thicknesses and sizes. You’ll be guaranteed to have a style that fits your needs with aluminum signage.
- Brass: If you want a satin or polished finish, brass is an ideal choice, especially in a very professional environment. Using brass for your solid metal sign letters gives you an outstanding, impressive option for both interior and exterior use. The alloy used in this type of signage is very much known for its long-term durability.
- Bronze: When you opt for bronze signage, you have the choice of brushed, polished, oxidized and patina finishes that can create either traditional or modern appearances, depending on your preferences and the application. Most bronze custom metal sign letters are made with a commercial-grade ingot bronze that is completely free of mercury and extremely durable. You’ll find many examples of bronze letters used on school buildings, corporate offices and public areas.
- Stainless steel: Stainless steel offers you a wide range of options for both indoor and outdoor use. These letters are cut from a solid stainless steel plate that will give you an impeccable quality in your finished product.
- Copper: Copper is often incorporated into logo and lettering signage in either polished or brushed finishes, and can be designed to be erosion resistant. Today’s water jet cutting and computer-driven routing technologies make cutting copper easier than ever, even when the designs are complex, so whether you’re looking for lettering or a logo for your signage, you’ll be able to get it in copper if you wish to do so.
These are just a few of the options you’ll have available to you when you decide to go with logo or metal lettering signage for your business or facility. If you have any questions about these options or are wondering which metal might be the best selection for the particular type of job you have in mind, we encourage you to contact a metal fabricator in Phoenix, AZ.