Directory Signs make navigating a breeze.
Are you tired of people getting lost in your building? Use eye-catching directory signs; your guests will effortlessly find their way to reception, restrooms, elevators, and more. Whether it’s a corporate office, retail space, or multi-unit building, directory signs provide clear navigation and make a lasting impression.
Elevate Sign Group will make your directory signs elegant and effective.
We work closely with all parties – customers, local governments, and landlords, to ensure allowable signs that grab attention.
No matter where you are starting from, we have experienced designers to create logos, signs, and other branding materials.
We manufacture all signage using premium materials at our 27,000 sqft production facility in Lombard, IL.
With a fleet of service trucks and highly trained crews, we can handle any installation – big or small.
Have signage issues? Our sign technicians are quick at diagnosing problems and providing tangible solutions.
Keep your space headache-free with thoughtful directory and wayfinding signs.
Directory signs are commonly used in various locations to guide visitors, provide information, and enhance the overall experience. Here are some typical places where directory signs are deployed:
Directory signs guide residents and visitors to the right apartment, facilities, or amenities.
Office directory signs help visitors and employees navigate different departments, floors, or sections.
They assist guests in finding various amenities within the premises, such as restaurants, pools, or conference rooms.
Directory signs can guide drivers towards exits, entrances, or specific parking sections.
They help customers locate different sections or departments, enhancing the shopping experience.
In healthcare facilities, these signs provide crucial information, helping patients and visitors find their way around.
They enable students, parents, and visitors to find the correct classroom, office, or facility.
You won’t believe what direction and wayfinding signs can do for your business.
Let one of our sign experts walk through your building, office, or other area – we’ll find the best areas to put signs for you.
These signs identify a location or facility. They are the most common type of wayfinding signage, and they tell you where you are.
As the name suggests, these signs provide directions to guide people from one location to another. Directional signs often use arrows, symbols, or maps for clarity.
These signs offer additional information that might be useful to visitors. This could include details about amenities, historical facts, or other relevant data.
Regulatory signs instruct people about rules and regulations that must be followed in a particular area, such as speed limits, parking instructions, or safety guidelines.
Confirmational signs provide reassurance that you’re on the right path after making a turn or decision.
Fingerpost signs are pole-based signs with multiple ‘fingers’ pointing toward various destinations.
Ladder signs feature multiple panels stacked vertically, each indicating a different destination.
These disc-shaped signs are usually used in outdoor environments like parks to mark trails and paths.
We can match existing directories and wayfinding signs or help you create new ones.
It doesn’t matter the size or type of business; directory and wayfinding signs can be customized for any budget.
This is a popular choice for indoor signs because of its sleek, professional appearance. It’s durable and can be easily customized with various colors and finishes.
These are typically used for outdoor signs due to their durability and weather resistance. They’re lightweight yet sturdy, and they can withstand various environmental conditions.
Vinyl is a versatile material that’s easy to print on and can be used indoors and outdoors. It’s commonly used for decals, banners, and vehicle graphics.
Glass signs offer a high-end look and are often used in corporate settings. They can be etched, frosted, or clear, typically mounted with stand-offs for a floating effect.
Known for its durability and resistance to impact, polycarbonate is often used in outdoor signage.
This lightweight yet rigid material is easy to fabricate and print on, making it a versatile choice for various types of signs.
foam sheets are typically used for indoor signage because they are lightweight and easy to customize.
Wood signs provide a rustic, natural look and are often used in parks, historic districts, or businesses wanting to project a specific aesthetic.
Metal signs are durable and long-lasting, making them ideal for outdoor use. They can be made from aluminum, steel, or other metals.