Just opened a new business or want to revamp your branding? With dimensional letters, you can bring your brand to life. They can be made from a variety of materials, including acrylic, PVC, Dibond, cast metal, and aluminum. Learn more on this page.
Lets get your message in high gear
An attractive sign with a dimensional feel will create a professional appearance for your brand.
Dimensional letter types
Explore the tabs below to learn more.
FLAT ACRYLIC LETTERS
ADVANTAGES OF DIMENSIONAL SIGNS
- ZEnhances business professionalism and morale
- ZGives your brand a dimensional feel and look
- ZAffordably creates beautiful signage
- ZLimitless possibilities to match materials, colours and finishing
- ZCasts shadows and pops from the surface
QUALITY & EXPERTISE ADVANCE
- ZCutting edge technology
- ZLifetime warranty on selected materials for dimensional letters
- ZDecades of experience
- Z16,000 Sqf. facility
- ZMulti-trade divisions
So which sign type should you choose?
Signage is an integral part of your business development, and a high-quality sign can have an impact on your business and its image.
Choose the best height for your signage
Here are all the answers to your permitting questions.
A sign bylaw and sign permit process are intended to ensure businesses have equal and fair opportunities to advertise and promote while preserving the aesthetics of the community. A sign permit is required prior to a sign being constructed, moved, altered, placed or repaired in City limits.
A sign permit is required prior to any new signage; or alteration, or relocation of existing signage. The permit fee for new business signs located on a building (wall sign) is waived if you apply for it within 2 weeks of receiving Business License approval.
To obtain a sign permit, applicants need to submit an application with the requested drawings and appropriate fees to the Development Services Department at City Hall.
1) When do I need a permit?
Anytime you install new signage or awning on the exterior, you will be required a sign permit from the City.
2) Where can I find more information?
We have compiled a list of the most common questions and steps here on our website. There is always more information available on the website of your city or municipality. For Winnipeg, you can look at this link: Winnipeg Permits Portal