When it comes to making an organization stand out, architectural signs and graphics are very important for identifying your location and driving traffic to your business. In San Antonio, Cold Fire Signs offers many options from aluminum composite to cut acrylic that will give the impression you want and draw the attention you need.
When a simple sign or banner isn’t enough, architectural designs provide eye-catching options that are great for office building lobbies and directories. We also provide signage installations that are compliant with all laws pertaining to making any business or facility accessible for disabled individuals.
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Dimensional Logos and Lettering
Companies or organizations looking to send a prominent message when visitors first arrive are encouraged to use this type of option as signage posted at the main entrance to the campus or complex. By making the name and logo of your organization stand out, dimensional logos and lettering can help improve the appearance of any location.
Promoting a business is important. However, the ability for customers to navigate a facility or property is an integral part of the customer experience. From bathroom postings to directories, we can help any institution create a well-organized system that will help patrons find the right place to park, the correct building to enter, or the proper floor to select on an elevator.
With options that are aesthetically pleasing, handicap compliant and helpful to visitors, Cold Fire Signs can help your business or organization on multiple levels.
ADA Tactile and Braille Signs Signage
Making a building or facility compliant with visual handicap regulations is no easy task. Fortunately, by working with Cold Fire Signs, you can can find the ADA tactile and Braille signage to make your business accessible to everyone. When it comes to handicap-specialized signage, we provide a variety of options, and can even come up with custom designs to suit your needs. Additionally, we offer consultation on complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act.