Office Signage

When say say office signage, we’re essentially meaning any business signs within the interior office space. This could be your logo mounted on a lobby wall, or simply instructional signs directing customers and/or employees to locations. For hotels it could be directory signs, room signs, or meeting signs. Traditional business would have office signs, conference room signs, elevators signs, restroom signs, etc.

On this page we’ll be focusing on the office wall signs. For interior logo signs for your lobby, please click here.

Office Sign Considerations

If you are currently in the process of planning for interior building signage, whether for a hotel, office, restaurant, or other location, here are a few points to consider:

Office Building Layout

When planning an interior office sign rollout, it’s important to consider and identify all possible signage needs. Mapping the office layout and then pinpointing all the sign locations is a good start. And, depending on your area, you likely have government regulations that will help dictate what  office building signs are required. 

Some examples of where office signage is typically needed:

  • Door signs
  • Conference room signs
  • Directory signs
  • Hallway signs
  • Bathroom signs
  • Warehouse signage
  • Exit signs
  • Elevator signs
  • Stairs signs
  • Emergency exit signs
  • Lobby signs

Office Sign Material & Style

Because most office signs are built to last, they usually fabricated from acrylic, metal, PVC, or even wood.  Other sign materials include foam, laminate, or vinyl depending on tastes, usage, and duration. 

The important thing is that your office signs reflect the image and culture of your business. Office sign materials, including color and style, greatly affect visual appeal of your business environment. Let us help you choose the right kind of sign material for your office!

ADA Signs

What are ADA Signs?

In the sign industry, you may hear typical office or building signs referred to as “ADA Signage.” ADA stands for the Americans With Disabilities Act and includes government instructions on office, hotel, and building signs on when signs are required, where, location, and other rules governing interior building signs.

With ADA office building signs, one of the identifiers are the braille markings on the sign surface. Next time you’re inside an office building, look around.  Chances are any signs you see for an office, conference room, hotel room, bathroom, exit, elevator, etc. will have braille markings on it.

Don’t know what’s legally required in your area on office signage? No worries! We can help break down interior sign requirements for public places. 

Interior Signage for any Business

Regardless of whether you have an office, restaurant, hotel, retail location, warehouse, etc., we can help you come up with the right sign solution that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations! Give us a call today and let’s start the conversation on office signs!