Reception Signs & Lobby Signs

Your Reception Area and Office Signage Connects You With Your Visitors Without A Single Word…

Having an inviting space for your clients to sit and wait is an important aspect to the experience you’re providing. A lobby sign or reception area sign creates interest and generates effective branding. Connecting Signs specializes in the design and production of any type of office, reception and lobby signage. When we say “custom,” we don’t mean switching out logos or information, but creating a solution that is created just for you & your organization. Our experienced team can help you achieve your goals.

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Product Description

A lobby sign is a company name and/or logo fabricated from a variety of materials and installed on the wall in an entry area of a business or building.  Make a good and lasting first impression when your customers walk into your business.  Lobby signs can be your company name and/or logo only.  It usually is mounted on the wall above the receptionist area or directly across from the door as you walk in. It can be made of many different materials, alone or a combination of.

  • Aluminum
  • Glass
  • Acrylic
  • Acrylic Laminate
  • Laser Cut Acrylic
  • PVC
  • Foam and Gatorfoam
  • Metal Laminate
  • Wood
  • Formed Plastic
  • Flat or Cast Metal
  • Laser Cut Steal
  • Digitally Printed Cut Vinyl
  • Frosted Glass Film
  • 3 dimensional letters  and graphics (different colors)

We will help you with right materials, size, color, design and install.

Benefits of Lobby & Reception Signs

In a Fall 2005 report printed in Business Week, the look of your office or facility’s interior can play an unanticipated role in both employee and customer retention.

On the employee side…

70% of the polled individuals stated that their decision to remain at a given job depended on many issues, including the physical layout, proper upkeep and visual appearance of the reception area and office or facility itself.

On the client side…

A group of “first-time” customers and/or clients were polled about their initial experience while at a particular office or facility. Visually appealing and coherently presented messaging played a major role in both their first impression and, more important, their ability to retain physical and visual information about the company and office itself.