Faux Masonry Sign Monuments

Faux, or imitation, masonry is a perfect solution for our sign monuments. There are many cases where the property developer completed construction, but made no efforts to make an entrance monument using matching construction materials.

This is where our faux masonry comes in to play. From a digital picture (cell phone quality is fine) or a physical sample, we can match any masonry pattern in our product. See this example of a customer’s picture of their existing block stone base, and the picture of our faux matched results:

 

Faux Masonry - Customer Match Block Pattern

We can also make minor modifications per your requests. See the physical sample in the top left corner of this faux masonry sign monument? This customer asked us specifically to ‘soften the edges of the stones’ for a more rounded look:

Boardwalk Faux Masonry Sign Monument

We have The way we produce our faux masonry is by individually routing out each stone (or brick) element and attaching it on top of what would be a typical stucco area. The added labor and material are the reasons for the added production costs – stone being more expensive than brick as brick is a simple repeating pattern. Yes, we wrap the corners and edges perfectly to make everything look real.

Our faux masonry is the perfect solution when you need to match an existing building or architectural element to make them look as if produced at the same time. We look forward to the challenges of your next project!

Faux Masonry Match From Physical Sample

Faux Masonry Match From Physical Sample

Here is an example of a faux brick column business entrance sign monument:

Insurance Agency Business Sign Monument Faux Brick Masonry Columns

Insurance Agency Business Sign Monument Faux Brick Masonry Columns

This is an apartment complex main entrance sign with faux brick masonry on the columns:

Garden Park Apartment Complex Entrance Sign Monument With Faux Brick Columns

Garden Park Apartment Complex Entrance Sign Monument With Faux Brick Columns

Faux masonry is a cost savings. Check out this example of an embossed sign panel suspended between a pair of faux block stone columns with stucco top caps:

Cottages 3-D Embossed Sign Panels Suspended Between Faux Block Stone Columns Before Shipping

Cottages 3-D Embossed Sign Panels Suspended Between Faux Block Stone Columns Before Shipping