Monument Signs

Make a monumental impression.

Monument signs are ground-level signs easily visible from the roadside. They’re often viewed at a closer distance by vehicles and pedestrians visiting your business.

Monument signs are often placed near an entrance of a building or facility and employ higher quality builds and materials to give a first impression to visitors. They’re used functionally to showcase the address and provide wayfinding.

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Local Legend

A strategically placed and well-designed Monument Sign can become part of the local landscape and turn your business into a landmark.

(Come pick me up near the *Your Business* sign)

Increase visibility

Monument signs are effective tools for signifying the presence of a business that may not be visible from the road letting your customers find you easier (Ex. golf courses, campgrounds, parks, etc.)

Stronger brand presence

Monument signs are an effective way to communicate your branding and have consistency across many locations

Communicate Wayfinding

Because of their placement at eye level, it is common for monument signs to serve a dual purpose as wayfinding (Ex. Parking this way, entrance ahead, etc.)

Additional features

Electronic Message Centers

 (aka EMCs) consist of screens with digital displays that can be edited remotely, and offer a greater variety of options being able to display text, videos, slideshows, live information (time, weather, temperature), images, etc.

Benefits: All of the flexibility of letter boards, without the need to manually change them, No susceptibility to vandalism, visible at any hour, catches attention and attracts more traffic, allows for more creative messages and communication.

Learn more about EMCS!

Cathedral Place

Readograph consist of tracks that hold changeable letters or pictograms that can be rearranged to display temporary messages such as new promotions, marketing, and notices.
Benefits: Allows flexible communication at lower upfront investment. They have a classic look and are a nostalgic favorite.


*Not to be confused with Pylon signs, which are also roadside wayfinding signs, but designed to be viewed from greater distances and therefore employs simpler sturdier designs, great heights, and bright lights.

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