For some, an address sign is just a way to tell the postman where to deliver the mail. For others it’s an expression of pride in home ownership, personality or even whimsy. Now, a patented new technology provides an alternative to costly metal sign production. Instead of forging metal in a foundry, FusionCast “fuses” metal with high density urethane at the molecular level. The result is an engineered metal sign that is super strong and able to withstand freezing cold conditions in the winter and blistering heat in the summer without cracking, fading, peeling or warping. It’s resistant to mould, stains and ozone making it ideal for outdoor use.
FusionCast signs are available in bronze, copper and aluminum. They can be customized to any shape and include texture, icons, images and colour. Originally developed for golf course use, where they appear on over “70 of Score Golf Top 100 Facilities”, they are now available for consumer applications including home, cottage, small business, chalets, etc. Not only are they up to 40% more economical compared to their traditional counterparts but they’re also lighter making them cheaper to ship and install.
“We’re finding people are not just using our technology to make an address sign” says a FusionCast spokesman. “We’re seeing orders for recognition plaques, trail markers, historical plaques, directionals and even some weird and wacky stuff like the person who ordered a sign that simply read “Nothing of any significance has ever happened here”. They make for a unique gift idea that will last a long, long time. FusionCast is located in Canada but has shipped all over the world. For more information and sign galleries visit: www.fusioncast.com.