What is the potential return on investment (ROI)?
Are wood signs profitable?
The answer to those questions, whether you’re an architect, DIY wood sign builder, or a consumer, can be hard to determine.
But with some basic information gleaned from the vast amount of information available on the web, it’s actually easy to find out what could mean the difference between a good return and a bad one.
I’ll start a few pages from here on out with a few simple questions to help make your decision easier: If you have access to lots of information on the various websites, are you willing to look at that information with an open mind and be willing to make some educated assumptions before blindly deciding on one approach? Or do you simply read the information, assume it’s correct, and make the final call on what to do with your wood sign?
There are many websites out there that claim to provide a multitude of different information that will make wood sign making a quick and easy process. They may even claim to offer a good ROI (return on investment) for wood sign construction.
It is impossible to make up information and put it on your sign without actually doing it yourself – and that’s not a very attractive option, especially for those who already don’t really like or trust their signage.
So, I’m going to go through an example of a situation where I made a bad decision based on reading some information I thought might be right, only to discover it wasn’t. It’s hard to say how much my decision to purchase the sign actually affected our money situation; I don’t have any sort of exact count of costs, nor do I remember how many hours we worked on the wood sign, so I’ll be using the example of 2 months. I also had to pay for materials, which is a hefty expense. Still, after two months, I was very happy with our results, since we actually made enough money to cover the cost of the sign.
This blog post is a first step in providing guidance to those who wish to make a more informed decision. It will provide you with the basics you need to start making a sound decision, while providing a couple of examples of how to go about your job. It will also provide the basis for the next post, which will outline some great examples of how you can turn your ideas into usable wood sign building skills.
Before we go into the discussion of building wooden signs and the skills you need
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