Freestanding signs are usually the main identification sign along roadways for individual businesses, office parks, and shopping centers. There are various types of freestanding signs, including pylon signs, pole signs, multi-tenant signs, and monument signs. While monument signs are low to the ground, the other types of freestanding signs may be quite tall. Pole signs, pylon signs, and multi-tenant signs have structural supports that are generally round pipe, square tubing, or I-beams. The steel support components may sometimes be covered with pylon covers, which are fabricated decorate enclosures that surround and conceal the steal supports.
Freestanding signs are regulated through city sign ordinances. Both the allowed height and square footage of freestanding signs is normally restricted by city sign codes.
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