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Stone Commercial Signs in Maryland

Do you need a sign for your commercial business, office, or shopping center in Maryland? Why not get something that’s built to last? A stone sign installed by a professional stone mason will be the only sign your commercial enterprise will ever need. Here are a few great reasons to get a stone sign for your business in Maryland.



Stone requires little in the way of maintenance, and will last for generations. You want to build your business to last, so utilize this approach in every facet, right down to the sign out front.


Stone projects a very high-end high-quality aesthetic that other materials like vinyl and other polymer signs just can’t match. People notice the improvements you make on your building, and a stone sign out front says you’re willing to go the extra mile and invest in a quality masonry feature.


We can work with you to design your business’ stone sign and customize it to your liking. From stone to trim to engraving and more, we’ll help you find the sign and design that’s right for your business.


Stone is simply one of the highest quality materials you can get for an outdoor sign. It will weather the elements for many years to come.

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About Delprete Masonry

Delprete Masonry is a commercial masonry construction and restoration company that services Baltimore and the surrounding area. For more than 25 years, we’ve been performing quality masonry work for a wide variety of clients with different masonry needs.  We’ve built a solid reputation for ourselves in the Baltimore area as a leading commercial masonry service. For more information, please contact our office today at 410-683-0650 or email us atmike@delpretemasonry.com. We 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 FacebookTwitter, and Google+.


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