Property signs are an important marketing and communication tool for businesses at any time, and now that Phase 3 of BC’s Restart Plan has begun, they are more important than ever. Businesses need a means of communicating their reopening and requirements to their customers.

Though there is now light at the end of the tunnel, social distancing signs may become part of the new normal. While it’s said that mandated mask wearing and social distancing may be with us until late in 2021, there is a good chance that after the mandates end, the public will be encouraged to continue following basic spread prevention guidelines (i.e. hand washing, mask wearing, social distancing) particularly indoors.

It’s hard to imagine a world without property signs and building signs. They are important and ubiquitous for good reason. Yet, sometimes their importance is ignored or misunderstood. If you’ve ever faced frustration and confusion while trying to find a building address, an office or store within, public restroom, parking or exits, it’s likely because of a lack of a signage or ill-conceived signage.

Most people don’t associate wall murals with Vancouver professional services companies. Murals conjure up images of the Sistine Chapel, large-scale paintings on the sides of buildings, or scenes of quaint villages painted on the plaster walls of old-world restaurants. While those are good examples, murals have a much broader range of applications.