Pylon Sign Construction
New highway pylon sign construction uses a frame and fabric. Great for temporary signs, but what if you want a permanent installation?
The owners of Swartz Creek Meadows, located on the north side of highway I-69, in Lennon Michigan between Lansing and Flint, Michigan were spending thousands of dollars every month on off-property billboards to promote their mobile home community. They approached Signs by Crannie to see if they could get a billboard-sized, aluminum cabinet pylon sign constructed on their property to save rental fees. Signs by Crannie was able to get a variance approved with the local municipality to allow for a sign that is nearly 30′ tall on the pylon and 350 sq. feet.
With the new sign, the customer was able to discontinue renting, saving them thousands of dollars every month.
The sign features a 2-sided all-aluminum box construction with flex faces and exterior lighting. The light fixtures use LEDs, which also saves the customer money in reduced energy and maintenance costs.
As a result of the new sign, drivers on I-69 who might never have seen the manufactured home community are noticing it for the first time.