Becker Landscaping Monument Sign – A sign that fits

Monument signs standout because they inform and direct. They identify organizations, locate divisions, and share something about the nature of the business or culture of the company. And while the Becker Landscaping monument sign does all of this — it accomplishes something more; it fits its environment. The Becker landscaping grounds are a garden filled with flowers, herbs, shrubs, and trees. There’s water flowing around and over rocks. Walks lead to quiet places to sit, relax, and enjoy the beauty. It’s peaceful, relaxing, and comfortable. It would’ve been easy to design a sign that was too much; a sign centered on itself and not its surroundings. This sign fits.

Who is Becker Landscaping?

More than 25 years ago John C. Becker humbly began his landscaping service employing his five high school-aged sons to mow lawns and shovel snow. John’s son Larry continued in his father’s footsteps growing Becker to the multi-million-dollar business it is today with offices serving central Indiana and Florida. Today Becker offers “A complete line of both residential and commercial services, including lawn care, lawn maintenance, design/build, irrigation, lighting and snow removal.”

Does Your Sign Deliver Your Message?

Becker Landscaping’s mission “Is to deliver professional and quality landscape contracting and landscape maintenance services to residential and commercial customers throughout central Indiana in an expedient manner. Our goals are to be aggressive and leaders in our industry, maintain solid growth, develop long-lasting relationships with our customers and fulfill the personal and professional needs of our staff.”

So, if you’d like to learn more about Becker Landscaping Contact Becker Landscaping or stop by 3749 N. Kitley Ave in Indianapolis and enjoy the grounds. If you’d like to learn more about creating a sign that fits your needs—Contact TKO Signs — because we’ll help you stand out by fitting in. But first, do you know what type of sign best meets your needs?

What’s the Difference Between Monument, Pylon, and Pole Signs?

Monument, pole, and pylon signs are examples of freestanding signage. These highly versatile signs make contact with the ground but aren’t attached to buildings or structures. Although examples of these signs are everywhere, they’re mostly taken for granted — until we need a sign to help us find our way. Definitions may be slightly different depending on the provider and region, but here’s a good rule of thumb.

Definitions

  • Monuments 6 to 8 feet from the ground
  • Pylons 8 to 20 feet
  • Pole signs 20 feet and higher

How Can These Signs be Used?

The uses are limitless because they can be anchored to the ground in front of a business or 60 feet in the air next to the highway. They can be non-lit, illuminated, or used as message centers. Freestanding signs are used for identification, location, and enhancement — and sometimes for all three. Stationary signs further a company’s brand or re-invent it. Here are a few examples:

  • Properties – Shopping centers, industrial parks, and manufacturing facilities
  • Retail – Restaurants, gas stations, and dealerships
  • Services – Banks, hospitals, and motels/hotels
  • Identification – Civic centers, parks, and government offices

How Does Your Sign Compare to the Becker Landscaping Monument Sign?

Replacing billboards with freestanding signage is a longer term advertising action. Message centers added to signs create an interactive media station. Many retail outlets, including big box stores, groceries, and others, create calls to action on digital signage, such as announcing this week’s specials.

These three types of signs may vary by size, but they have similar purposes. Because the beauty of freestanding signs whether monument, pylon, or pole is they recognize and enhance the organization they identify. So, if you’d like to learn more, contact us and feel free to pylon the questions.

2018-12-19T14:59:44+00:00By |Signs for Business|

About the Author:

Randy Clark is the Director of Communications at TKO Graphix, where he regularly blogs for TKO's Brandwire. Randy is passionate about social media, leadership development, and flower gardening. He is a beer geek and, on weekends, he fronts the rock band, Under The Radar. He is the proud father of one educator, one principal, has four amazing grandchildren, and a public speaker wife who puts up with him. His twitter handle is: @randyclarktko, Facebook: Randy Clarktko, Google+: Randy Clark on G+

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