McRory is a long time customer of ours. We have made interior and exterior signs for both of their current locations and their past locations. Most recently, they moved their Santa Clarita location to a new building and needed new signs. You can check out the blog on the exterior signs here. Today we’ll go over the interior signage. We made two sets of dimensional letter signs, one with their logo and one to read “Discovering Together”. Both signs are made from custom painted 3/8″ thick acrylic.
The most popular interior signs we make aside from ADA signs are probably lobby signs. An interior sign that displays your logo is the best way to customize your interior. They are commonly called lobby signs because they are installed in the lobby of the office, but interior logo signs can be installed anywhere from the door, on a reception desk, or any interior wall. The size is completely dependent on the space that the sign is going into and the material is completely customizable. Since McRory has a colorful logo, we decided to use acrylic that was custom painted. If they wanted a metal look, we would have likely used aluminum. Acrylic and aluminum are the two most common materials that we use for signage. The letters are mounted to the wall using very high bonding (VHB) tape and silicone.
As you can see from the photos, the “Discovering Together ” sign is on a curved wall. The curve wasn’t too steep so we were able to install the letters with VHB and silicone. These letters were also routed from 3/8″ thick acrylic and custom painted. In some cases, a wall is too curved to install dimensional letters onto. This is because the letters are flat and if the wall curves too much, the letters will not mount properly. The curve of this wall was enough to create a unique look, while still allowing us to mount signage.