River Island - Evans, GA
This beautiful “haven” of a neighborhood sits on the banks of the majestic Savannah River near Augusta, Georgia. The spacious, traditional homes offer a complementary mixture of styles and are thoughtfully set in an abundance of natural splendor including miles of scenic walking trails. While everything about this geographical wonder is pleasing to the soul and the eye, one aspect of the community wasn’t up to the aesthetic standards: the street signage.
The original street signs were literally falling apart.
Most of the signs had been “weathering” the weather for nearly two decades. Some were literally coming off of their posts.
The signs were constructed from wood.
Trees rooted in the ground can thrive for hundreds of years. But wood, on its own, has a definite shelf life. Light, heat, moisture, and even fungi can break down wood and cause it to warp, splinter and decay over time. The street signs of River Island had definitely reached their expiration date.
Attractive, durable signage was installed which was an upgrade for every corner.
The developer for River Island called in Addresses of Distinction—not a surprise because he had already successfully partnered with the company for several previous projects. He knew he could count on the company’s high-quality products and impeccable service.
The Estate Sign System enhanced the estates of River Island.
Addresses of Distinction installed the Estate Sign System throughout the neighborhood. Each sign had a unique square post topped with a classic ball finial. This system not only looks impressive, it endures impressively. All Addresses of Distinction signs are manufactured with weather-tested, rust-proof material.
A choice of confidence.
The River Island developer looked to Addresses of Distinction with great certainty and ease. The company had provided street sign solutions to several of his communities and each project was completed “without a hitch.” Addresses of Distinction also offered deep knowledge about Department of Transportation requirements so the developer knew the new signage would be in compliance.