When preparing your business for winter, there are a lot of details that need your attention. You have to make sure the heating system works properly, and that any items that are sensitive to the cold are being stored in climate-controlled areas. It’s also important to do some renovation and maintenance work, especially on functional systems and machines that you and your employees might use on a daily basis.
Your signage, however, is equally important as any other elements of your home, and many don’t know that it also needs a lot of attention once the freeze sets in. Fortunately, preparing your storefront sign for the winter is not that difficult.
You have to, first of all, think of whether or not your storefront sign is electronic. Some maintenance might be required for that, and you have to ensure that the electronic system will withstand the cold. Also it’s important to remain aware of holiday hours and ensure that you have a particularly visible Open/Close sign during that time.
So washing and polishing your sign can be a good idea, along with de-icing it if night time temperatures become truly extreme. Checking your sign’s fasteners and replacing the lighting as needed might also be a requirement, depending on the type, size and scope of your storefront signs and how you plan to use them. Your storefront may need a completely new sign that hold up through the winter months and all year round, if that is the case local signs Denver CO area can be designed and installed before snow returns.