Taking the steps to ensure the Sign Buying Process is quick and easy for our clients.
Signs By Tomorrow makes buying signs quick and easy. First, our experienced staff of sign consultants will discuss your needs and the message that you are trying to convey. After having a thorough understanding of what your needs are, our sign consultant will present solutions that are appropriate for your application and budget. Most orders require a 50% deposit before any design or production work is performed.
Next, if you don’t already have your sign design, our graphic designers will design the sign that not only delivers your marketing message but is also a reflection of your brand. You will then receive a proof of your design for your approval before production starts. Your initial proof and two revisions are included in the cost of your sign; further revisions may have additional design charges. In most cases you will receive your initial proof within 1 business day of placing your order. Once your proof has been approved and signed we will then begin production of your sign.
Production for items that can be fabricated in our store can be performed by the following business day. Production for larger quantities or special order materials may take several days before delivery. But, no matter the sign, we will work with clients to ensure their products are delivered on time. Sometimes this will require changes to the initial materials and quantities which will be discussed prior to production.
When production is complete, our staff will perform a Quality Assurance check on your order to ensure that the superior craftsmanship of your signs and that all of the specifics of your order are included. You will receive a phone call that your order is ready for pick-up or to schedule an installation date. Unless you have credit terms established with the store, any outstanding balance is due upon pick-up or installation.
Are you ready to order a sign? Contact your local Signs By Tomorrow retailer for a FREE quote today and begin the ordering process.