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Have A Patio? Why Not Add A Retractable Awning

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A patio is the centerpiece of nearly any backyard. It’s functional because you’re able to enjoy a nice day outside without having to step into the moist grass. Patios also add a level of beauty to the yard because you can spruce them up with great outdoor furniture and colorful flowers. As pleased as you may be with your current setup, you can take it to the next level by adding a retractable awning. Read More»

Is It Time For A Sign Update? Signs That Say Yes

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With everything that goes into operating a business, seemingly smaller concerns like the condition of your outdoor signage can be somewhat of an afterthought. Don’t make this mistake. Failure to pay attention to the condition of your sign could be causing you to miss out on potential customers. Make sure you know when your signage needs a little attention. The Color Has Changed When it comes to brand recognition, color plays an important role. Read More»

How To Use Vinyl Signs And Banners For Your Business's Grand Opening

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When you are ready to hold your business’s grand opening, you want to make sure you capture the attention of as many people as possible. Having the right signage can help you to draw in customers to your grand opening. Here are just a few of the many ways you can use vinyl signs and banners for your grand opening. Rows Of Teardrop Banners Teardrop banners are typically tall, slim signs that feature bright colors. Read More»

3 Ways Retrofitting Your Sign With LEDs Will Reduce Your Advertising Costs

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There are several reasons to replace your old neon or florescent sign lights with LED lights. LED lights are better for the environment and are considered the standard for modern businesses. Additionally, LED lights will save you considerable amounts of money that can be allocated to other parts of your advertising budget.  LED Lights Are More Energy Efficient Than Neon and Florescent Lights Both traditional neon and florescent lights consume considerably more energy than LED lights. Read More»

Creating A Custom Logo For Your New Business

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Competing with established companies in today’s marketplace can be challenging for small businesses. In order to ensure that consumers are able to separate your products from those being offered by your competitors, it can be beneficial to have a custom logo that brands each of the products you put on the market. Creating a captivating and effective logo can be challenging, but here are three tips you can use to help make the logo-design process a little easier in the future. Read More»

Ask If Your Agent Can Include These Features On Your Real Estate Sign

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Although there are many modern ways to market a house when it’s for sale, such as virtual walk-throughs online, the traditional method of a “For Sale” sign posted on the house’s front lawn is still effective. Countless people who may not be browsing online real estate listings will drive and walk past the sign, and many will take a look at the house to evaluate whether they might wish to know more about it. Read More»

Get Unstuck: How To Remove Bumper Stickers From Your Vehicle

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If your choice in music has changed, you no longer support a political candidate, or you just want to clean up your vehicle’s exterior, you may need to remove a few bumper stickers. You may also need to remove some stickers from a used vehicle you just purchased or if you want to make room for new ones.  Although most bumper stickers are made to withstand a wide variety of harsh climate conditions, such as snow, sleet, hail, rain and extreme summer heat, you can still remove the heavy-duty adhesive with using a little elbow grease and the right products. Read More»