Do you know what looks tacky? A flimsy plastic sign to advertise your business. Or even worse, a flashy electronic marquee sign with bright red, scrolling text. Those signs are fine to catch someone’s attention, but wouldn’t you prefer a more timeless sign with longevity and class? You want to choose a sign that will last forever, not show signs of wear, and look great out in front of your business. Send the right message to your clients with a beautiful stone masonry sign.
Why Opt for Stone Masonry Signs?
If you’re from the Baltimore area, you’ve probably seen one of our superior signs out and about. We are most proud of our signs out in front of Johns Hopkins University and M&T Bank Stadium, for example. Send the right message about your business by choosing a stone masonry sign. Here are some other reasons to choose stone masonry signs:
- Aesthetic appeal
Why would you choose plastic when you can have a much more attractive brick or natural stone sign for your business? You’ll get a leg up on the competition and make it clear to passersby that you’re serious about your business. Like the natural stone you’re using, you’re there to stay! A stone masonry sign is both professional and attractive.
- Numerous options
Stone and brick come in many colors, patterns, types, and finishes. We can work with you to design a stone masonry sign that fits your business and has the look you love. At the end of the day, you’ll have your perfect, ideal sign.
Stone masonry signs are both environmentally friendly and economically friendly. Stone is sustainable because it is naturally found in the earth! It will last you forever as well, ultimately saving you money.
Stone Masonry Signs from Del Prete Masonry
Your sign is one of the first things that people see when they approach your business. It should look professional and beautiful. Let us help! Please contact our office today at 410-683-0650 or email us at email@example.com to get an estimate for your new commercial stone sign. We’re located out of Phoenix, MD and serve Baltimore City, County, Harford County, Carroll County, Anne Arundel County, and Howard County. Keep up with our blog for masonry related information, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.