Ever wondered why some people love wooden boards so much? I’ll tell you why, wooden carvings as pretty as they are attract people. You can get a vintage look or a little boisterous touch to your sign letters. They add value to your already existing name. The best way to take advantage of customers who are mere spectators or passer-by’s initially is to attract them from your sign boards. You must have heard people say, “What do they do? Their board looks amazing.”
There is this thing about wooden carvings, it adds that element of mystery in your sign boards and what can be a better advertisement than your sign board itself. You can get a custom wooden business sign at your doorstep. The only thing you need is thorough research.
These sign boards are expected to last and hence need to be durable, wood can not only with stand weather but you don’t need to worry about rusting. A little polish and it’s good to go. There is a variety of options to choose from; you can go for oak, red cedar etc. you can chose any font or colour as everything looks good with wood.
Oak is the most widely used timber and is heavy, hard and durable. The only disadvantage being its need for maintenance. You wouldn’t want your sign board to blacken out after a rain, would you? Red cedar is imported from Canada and have a high class vertical grain. Irrespective of its light weight Red Cedar is as durable and stable as an oak sign board can be. The next in the business is Iroko, which isn’t very common as it is imported from West Africa. It resembles teak in appearance and the colours can contrast. Beautiful red Sapele is another not so common variety. It can be harder than Oak but not as durable; precisely why they need a little extra care.
The only drawback of having a wooden sign is that there is always a chance of movement. One should always fix them with washers and bolts to give them a little expansion or movement space.
Wood can be your ideal choice if you are looking for something more organic and conventional. It is pretty reasonable and won’t hurt your pocket either. Lookout for your favourite timber and chose a design, you don’t make sign boards every day, do you?