Patheon contacted us about branding new industrial, manufacturing, and office space in Durham, North Carolina as well as Greenville and Florence, South Carolina. This included multiple channel letters, halo lit channel letters, ground signs, vehicular directionals, and lobby signage. The Greenville, SC required the use of large boom lifts in order to complete an 80′...Details
Showcase the reliability and longevity of your business with the permanence of dimensional signage and lettering. The brand visibility afforded by illuminated channel letters will impress your customers and instill a sense of lasting aesthetic presence.
We offer countless dimensional letter solutions to help brand your office space, residential community and retail environment. From illuminated channel letters to custom-cut acrylics and metal finishes, we offer a wide range of production styles and options to express yourself, build your brand, and get your business noticed.
At DesignElement, we’ve made crafting these custom-manufactured letters and graphic icons into an eye-catching form of art, building local businesses into national brands. Our team of designers and fabricators can ensure standards-compliance with your landlord or local municipality while bringing that napkin sketch to reality.
Questions & Answers
My logo color is _____, can you match that color?
If we are painting your letters, then yes, if we are digitally printing something or choosing translucent substrates, then maybe. We can certainly discuss what options we have to make your sign look the way you want it to look.
What substrates are available to make my dimensional letters out of?
There are countless options, but some of the more popular ones are wood, acrylic, aluminum, and high density urethane. Many times you can choose a less expensive substrate and have a laminate face to achieve a different look. An example of this would be using a thick acrylic letter with a brushed aluminum laminate face to give you the dimension of a thick aluminum letter without having to pay for a thick aluminum sheet of material to cut your letters out of. Call us today and we can discuss options for your business.
Should I choose externally lit dimensional letters or internally illuminated channel letters?
This is a question that we get a lot. At the end of the day, the choice is yours, but we suggest you make it based on your budget and the look you are trying to portray for your company. Some companies are looking for a more retro look to provide a more trendy feel. Other companies want the brightest, most visible letters possible (illuminated channel letters). Sometimes the property owner has a specific sign plan that you’ll have to conform to. Whatever the case is, we can come up with the best solution to help your business get noticed.
Road Scholars came to us needing new signage for the facility they had just moved into located in Durham, NC. They were looking for a building sign and entryway sign that reflected the quality of work they delivered to their customers. DesignElement planned, designed, and installed an elegant aluminum cabinet pylon sign featuring internally illuminated punch...Details
Self Help was a fun project to work on. Located on Main Street in Durham, NC, it included a branded interior with glass vinyl lettering and featured a radius entry wall with raised acrylic letters. ADA compliant braille signage was used to designate hundreds of rooms and offices throughout. Offset aluminum wayfinding signs were installed on...Details
Underwriters Laboratories, located in Research Triangle Park, needed a branded interior and a wayfinding sign to direct traffic at their facility. We came up with an impressive halo lit illuminated dimensional lobby sign that really grabs your attention as you walk in the door. We also designed, fabricated, and installed an aluminum pylon wayfinding sign...Details
The signage for the Rodgers Family Skate Plaza at Trackside in Apex, NC, included multiple branding signs as well as a dedication sponsor art piece memorial. The park has a fantastic history and origin story involving the retired chief of police and the local youth working together on this community project. DesignElement was asked to...Details