Natural Rock Signs, The True Monument Signs: Simple & Easy to Design and Install
01/16/2012

Natural Rock Designs announces a new concept in monument signs. Cut from the mountainside of Utah’s finest rock quarries (owned by Natural Rock Designs’ sister companies), these natural rock monument signs are created with high quality, colorful stone. The signs are environmentally friendly and easily conform to county and city signage requirements. They come self-standing and ready to be set in place.

Online PR News – 16-January-2012 – – Natural Rock Designs announces a new concept in monument signs. Cut from the mountainside of Utah’s finest rock quarries (owned by Natural Rock Designs’ sister companies), these natural rock monument signs are created with high quality, colorful stone. The signs are environmentally friendly and easily conform to county and city signage requirements. They come self-standing and ready to be set in place.

When you think about it monument companies carve memorials in natural stone. That tells me that a monument sign should also be natural rock or stone

Signs made of a large, naturally shaped rock are heavy and usually awkward to work with, but Natural Rock Designs has solved that problem by constructing their monument signs to stand on their own and still retain a natural appearance. This greatly simplifies the process of off-loading and setting in place, especially with the clear instructions and coaching provided by Natural Rock Designs. As majestic entrance signs for cities, developments, ranches and businesses, they can now be seen in all regions of the country making a powerful, yet tranquil statement.

Using modern computer design tools, Natural Rock Designs takes the guesswork out of the design process. This allows the customer to participate in the creation of a unique design that fits the natural shape of the rock they get to choose. Natural Rock Designs delivers a superimposed design on a photo of the rock face, via e-mail or in person, allowing the customer to direct the digital part of the design process. After the digital design is approved, it is cut out of a rubbery stencil material by a computer plotter. The rest of the process is all done by hand. The finished product is a beautiful, unique, hand crafted rock monument sign.

“You can’t get any more green than taking a natural piece of solid rock cut right out of a mountain and make it into an impressive monument sign”, says Jeff Sagers, owner of Natural Rock Designs and natural stone quarry companies like Castle Valley Stone and Southwest Stone. In a society that increasingly values using natural materials in manufacturing, most of the sign industry has moved to man-made materials, many of which are petroleum based. More and more local governments are encouraging lower profile signage like monument signs and many have even enacted requirements in their code that exclude signage materials that are not natural like wood and stone. One of the challenges facing anyone wanting to put up a sign is the sometimes, cumbersome process of city or county approval. With this natural concept of monument signage, Natural Rock Designs expects to make this process much easier for their customers.

“When you think about it, monument companies carve memorials in natural stone. That tells me that a monument sign should also be natural rock or stone”, says Alan Bylund, the art director. “That’s why I like to call what we create, ‘The True Monument Sign’. Those made of other materials are just imitation monument signs.” The slogan at Natural Rock Designs is “if you really mean it, put it in stone”.

About Natural Rock Designs
For more information contact Alan Bylund at 801-476-3332, e-mail: alan@naturalrockdesigns.com
Natural Rock Designs 6640 S Hwy 89, Ogden, UT 84405

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