We get asked that all the time
ANSWERS TO THE FAQS
The signmaking process
You betcha! We’re happy to. To start a conversation with us about the design process, email your logo and details about the sign you’re looking for to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can expect to hear back from us within one business day.
Definitely! We prefer vector files (.ai, .eps, .pdf) with all fonts outlined. You can either upload your file at checkout or email it to us directly at email@example.com and we’ll respond within one business day.
Yep! We require that you give us a Pantone Color to match to. Hex codes are great for digital needs, but don’t translate well into physical products.
This depends on the project. Our typical turnaround time for a single sign is one to two weeks. For more complex projects, Jess will be able to give you a better idea of timeline once we know more about your needs. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, and she’ll get back to you within one business day.
Much like the question “How long is a rope?” the answer to this depends on a variety of things. You can find prices for our in-stock sign shapes in our online store. For a custom project quote, your first step will be to talk with Jess, our account manager. You can email her at email@example.com, and she’ll get back to you within one business day.
Sign specs and data
All of our exterior signs are made using exterior-rated, commercial grade materials. We’ve got product data on each sign’s listing in our shop, so we recommend reading those for the type of sign you’re interested in. If this question is for a custom project, rest assured that we take the usage of each sign into consideration while we recommend materials.
We source the majority of our materials from local suppliers in our small town, and we’ve worked with them to ensure the wood products we use are certified as responsibly harvested. For printed vinyls, we source low-VOC materials whenever possible. We still use standard acrylic sheets for applications that call for it, and are working on an alternative to that material.