Does your sign represent the quality of your company?
When you pull in to work each day you should feel good about the way your sign looks. Your sign represents you and your brand and can welcome or detour potential customers considering coming in on a daily basis.
Not only, do you want a sign to represent your brand, but also to match and work well with the aesthetics of your building.
Phillips Sign & Lighting is utilizing HD LED Displays to maximize customer R.O.I.
Phillips Sign & Lighting has been working with Watchfire for years. Now, we are taking it to the next level with the highest resolution LED Displays for outdoor signage.
Utilizing a LED Display can boost your revenue by 5%. If your business does 500k in revenue per year, you can add another $25,000/yr from your return on investment.
Using your new LED Display correctly can pay for itself in 18 months. You can target specific products or services to create promotions for the abundance of traffic that drives by your business every single day.
Experience is key for putting out a consistent, quality product
Many companies talk about experience when it comes to the products and services they provide. They'll say things like "55 years combined experience". That's obviously great and experience is a hugely important thing.
Illuminate Your Message with Business Sign Lighting from Phillips Sign & Lighting
Phillips Sign & Lighting expertly creates outdoor sign lighting to attract the attention of customers in the early hours of the morning and throughout the night. Just as we handcraft custom signs with expertise and diligent care, we strategically design business sign lighting to make your sign and your message look incredible.
Make a Bold Statement and a Lasting Impression with MI Custom Signs
At Phillips Sign & Lighting, we create all types of signs for all types of businesses, churches, and organizations. We are the go-to company for channel letter signs, pole signs, neon signs, wall signs, and more.
You don’t have to go far in Detroit to spot beautiful and eye-catching signs from Phillips Sign & Lighting. From iconic companies and entertainment venues, to popular restaurants and churches – Detroit businesses and organizations trust Phillips to create and install high-quality, unique signs that get them noticed.
How Channel Letter Signs Get Your Message Out to Customers
At Phillips Sign and Lighting, we handcraft high-quality channel letter signs for all types of businesses and organizations. And we would love to create the perfect sign for your branding and marketing needs.
Is Your Church Missing a Sign? Attract More Visitors with a One-Of-A-Kind Creation from One of the Most Trusted Michigan Sign Companies
Phillips Sign & Lighting is a premiere Michigan sign company, and they can create the perfect sign for your church. Whether you're looking for monument signs, pole signs, or channel letter signs, Phillips Sign and Lighting is the go-to source for MI custom signs.
Michigan Signs Make Great First Impressions on Shoppers, Diners, and Clients
Phillips Sign and Lighting helps Southeast Michigan companies make positive first impressions on customers with MI custom signs, including channel letter signs, pole signs, neon signs, and vehicle graphics. They also design and install lighting systems, including commercial sign lighting and commercial outdoor sign lighting.
Signs say a lot about the products and services your company offers. You only have one opportunity to make a first impression. This is why you need to make sure you know what your sign is saying about your business and hire the best sign company in Michigan
Phillips Sign & LIghting places its hightest values on customer satisfaction with concentration to detail, timliness and budget. Client satisfaction is our primary goal. We are the premiere Metro Detroit area sign company.
It’s on Water Street, a few blocks south of Broadway, but the Mariner theater looks as if it could fill a small site in New York’s fabled theater district.
Workers from Phillips Lighting & Sign in Harrison Township have installed a large marquee in the style of the late 1920s at the Mariner.