Real estate specialists Lee & Perrin as well as property management experts Milan Capital are among a growing number of companies that contact Superior Signs and Graphics for anti-graffiti signs. More and more businesses are now embracing this new signage trend. As noted by recent news coverage, illegal tagging is observed frequently in and around Orange County. The Orange County Register further reports that graffiti is a cyclical crime, which increases when school is on summer break.
Quite possibly the easiest targets for so-called graffiti artists are leasing and commercial property signs as well as the signage associated with real estate listings and construction sites. Since these properties receive limited foot traffic, which is usually only present during business hours, the temptation to deface the larger than average signs can be irresistible to thugs with permanent markers and spray paint cans. Some clients have contacted us to repeatedly replace V-shaped double signs and even post and panel style signage that has been tucked into the landscape.
Since more and more of our clients are looking for a more permanent solution to the graffiti problem, we have begun using Vandal Guard anti-graffiti laminate. The results are nothing short of spectacular.
Since your sign is almost synonymous with your professional presentation to the public at large, you cannot afford to have multiple defaced markers around properties that you represent or manage. Enhance your reputation with our attractive anti-graffiti real estate signs. Orange County’s business uses for signs treated with Vandal Guard are numerous:
Contact us to learn how these new real estate signs will keep your markers looking fresh and new for all your property listings!