Custom church sign / signs at Trinity Methodist Church in Salisbury, Maryland.
At Designs & Signs we take special care in crafting our signs.. Here, we’ve made well-crafted, beautiful signs for one of our local churches, Trinity Methodist Church in Salsbury, Maryland. The signs around this beautiful, historic church and made of Routed HDU (High Density Urethane) and finished with premium exterior latex paint. The letters, trim and finials and meticulously finished by hand, gilded with our 23 karat XX gold leaf. We’ve put special care into crafting and developing these signs and we’re always happy to see that our clients are thrilled with the results. As such, we’ve taken to showcasing our custom church outdoor signs, and explaining the details of our manufacturing process.
How we Make Custom Outdoor Church Signs
To make our beautiful signs we use routed High Density Urethane (HDU). HDU signs are designed to resemble traditional cedar signs and like cedar, they hold up well to extreme weather. This is particularly useful in areas that are susceptible to heavier rain, storms, and snowfall.
Our signs are routed to feature text and designs.. The routing technique is called V-cutting as it resembles a hand carved incised letter or V-cut letter.
We also provide these same style of church outside signs made of sandblasted cedar if you would like a traditional wood finish.
All of the lettering and trim is finished by hand, meticulously with 23 karat XX gold leaf, much like many of our other signs. The gold leaf finish is traditional, stylish and distinctive, and gold leaf attracts attention from a distance. We always use a dark color background to create even more contrast with the gold leaf.
The posts are made with treated lumber but we also have powder-coated steel posts available, and cinderblock posts that can be finished with a brick or stone veneer.
Custom Church Parking Signs for Trinity Methodist Church
In addition to your custom outdoor church sign, a custom church parking sign will also help people identify where to park when they visit your church. This makes it clear to any visitors or newcomers where the parking spaces are. This can help avoid confusion if your church is located near a local business or other area where people could mistake the lot for being someone else’s or use your lot for other purposes when your church attendees need that space for parking as they go to worship.