Sign Builders just installed this face lit channel letter sign for H&R Block at 45-934 Kamehameha Hwy in Kaneohe. They had wanted to remove an old sign off of one fascia, and install a new set of channel letters onto a different fascia.
It’s important to remember that sign products that are outdoors in the weather and sunny environment here in Hawaii will eventually deteriorate and fade. It’s a good idea to monitor the condition of your business sign, and even consider replacing it if its age begins to detract from the appearance of your frontage and entrance.
Additionally, as time goes on, traffic conditions might change, and you might find that it would be better to move your sign onto a different spot on the building in order to take advantage of more view from the majority of passing traffic.
Signage is one of the cheapest forms of advertising per view, and it pays to maintain your signage and signage strategy for optimum effectiveness.