Whether you're developing a new residential community or seeking a fresh look an existing residential community, it's important to choose the right entrance and wayfinding signage. When residents enter the community, the first thing they'll see is the entrance signage. By choosing the right entrance signage, you'll create a positive and lasting first impression that enhances the aesthetics of your residential community. So, what type of entrance signage should you choose?
Cluster Box Units (CBUs) and STD-4C mailboxes are two popular alternatives to traditional curbside mailboxes. A form of centralized mail delivery, they allow couriers to drop off and pick up mail at a single unit rather than accessing each tenant's curbside mailbox. While CBUs and STD-4C mailboxes are similar in this regard, however, they aren't necessarily the same. If you're thinking about purchasing either of these centralized mail delivery systems for your neighborhood or residential community, you should familiarize yourself with the differences between CBUs and STD-4C mailboxes.
Decorative traffics signs play an important role in safely guiding motorists, pedestrians and cyclists to their intended destination throughout any residential community or development. Also known as traffic control signals, they consist of regulatory signs, warning signs and guide signs. Regardless of where they are used, though, the Federal Highway Transportation Authority (FHWA) requires all traffic signs to be properly maintained. So, what are the maintenance requirements if your community chooses to install decorative traffic signs?
While all stop signs used in the United States feature a distinguishable octagon shape with a red background and white lettering, some featured added light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Known as LED-flashing stop signs, they are commonly used as heavily trafficked four-way stops. Because they flash, however, some property developers assume they are illegal. So, can you safely use LED-flashing stop signs, or should you stick with your traditional non-flashing stop signs for your project?