Exterior building signage usually includes light box logo signs , wall plaques fabricated sign letters and pole or pylon signage. These signs can be illuminated or non lit.  JC Signs Charlotte has installed hundreds of these exterior signs in Charlotte.  See our Business Sign Portfolio for examples.

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Usually the first impression a customer has upon entering your place of business is the logo and company image signage Interior business signs encompasses a wide variety of signs including lobby wall signs displaying the company name and logo, directional signage to direct the public to various locations at your business and ADA (bralle)compliant suite signs. For interior signs, a wide variety of materials are available including Plexiglas, aluminum and even digitally printed fabric.

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Monument signs are usually constructed out of aluminum or brick and are very effective in promoting your business to the public. They can be illuminated or non illuminated, can promote an individual business or can be configured to display multiple businesses.

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At JC Signs Charlotte we specialize in channel letter signs. Channel letter signs are a versatile and eye catching way to display your company name and logo on your building. Illuminated with LED lighting, they are not only visually appealing, but cost effective to operate.

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Post and panel signs are used to show direction or give additional information on college campuses, parks, museums, and countless other areas where there is steady foot traffic. They can also be used to identify a single company or organization, often placed in the front of the building. In this case, the sign contains the company brand, address, and any other pertinent information. One of the biggest benefits to using post and panel signs is that they consolidate information. Rather than having multiple signs with varying information, these are able to hold everything in one spot. Plus they can be used as double-sided (when in a yard or lot), or one-sided (when placed in front of a building).

The framework of these signs is simple—a sign between two posts—but, what the sign says and how it says it can be involved. The following are a few necessary things to consider when using a post or panel sign:


It is important that your sign is easy to recognize and understand by those with a wide range of visual limitations. This can be achieved by using contrasting colors and keeping the sign at eye-level height.


Post and panel signs can easily blend into any setting, inside or out. But regardless of where you place your sign, it is necessary to use one that can withstand being bumped and touched, and the worst of exterior elements. If using one inside, consider a high-grade plastic. Exterior, you might want to use metal or wood.


No one is impressed in seeing an outdated sign with a faded or overused color, or a font that doesn’t match the content. These signs often do the exact opposite of their purpose by detracting customers. Make sure that your sign’s primary color matches that of your building or surrounding area, as to not be too intrusive. Let the text and other markings stand out by using appropriate font size and style, and by incorporating colors that are soothing, yet eye-catching—for example, mixing orange and green or brown and pink together.

-Andrae Bergeron