Sandblasted Signs

Sandblasted Signs

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    Sandblasted signs: What they are and where to buy

    Sandblasted signs feature beautiful, natural patterns in wood and are super stylistic sign options for Orlando, Winter Park and Florida businesses.

    Sandblasting is a unique process that involves stripping and engraving wood with a high-pressure mix of air and sand to create a high-end, vintage aesthetic for your business. Sandblasted wood signs are typically made from clear grade lumber that is treated to prevent warping and checking. Only a few select boards make it through the intense kiln conditions used in this treatment process.

    High-density urethane (HDU) is also a popular choice for sandblasted signs. HDU sandblasted signs can replicate wood grain and many other textures.

    Benefits of sandblasted signs

    Sandblasted wood signs offer all the same benefits of other outdoor signage while enhancing your branding and acting as a powerful wayfinding landmark.

    The design possibilities make sandblasted signs particularly useful for companies with rustic, rural, naturalistic, or artisanal brand identities since the natural wood and sand grain textures create a warm and inviting look.

    Sandblasted signs are particularly popular with classic trades, yoga studios, and rustic restaurants.

    All sandblasted signs are completely customizable. Whatever shape, color, size, or design you need, it’s possible.

    Get a sandblasted signs consultation

    The first step in the sandblasted signs process is to contact a member of our team to set up a brief consultation. We’ll provide customized recommendations based on the needs of your business.

    Envision Orlando can create custom sandblasted signage for businesses throughout Orlando, Winter Park, College Park, Maitland, Kissimmee, and across the state.

    Email or fill out this contact form to book your free quote and consultation with a member of our team. All quotes are 100 percent free. Our team will guide you through your options, provide a quote, and explain how we can help.

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