A home buyer's search begins with discovering who is building in the area where they want to live. Directional signs
assist them in locating your new subdivisions and homes. However, local central New Mexico municipalities have sign
ordinances that severely limit the use of adequate signage for new subdivisions. In Albuquerque, and the surrounding
metropolitan areas, additional signage above the allowed amount is costly and more importantly- it is illegal.
The HBA of CNM is proud to offer a kiosk program, endorsed by the City of Albuquerque and local builders, removing the
headache of proper signage from your sales and marketing operations. The program is the perfect balance for
municipalities looking to manage increasing signage without encumbering local development. Our temporary kiosks are
fully managed and uniform- clearing the streets of unsightly signage while alleviating your all too familiar weekend
directional sign problems.
In addition to providing city approved directional kiosks, our program assumes all kiosk maintenance. Once installed
to the local governing body's specifications, the HBA of CNM fully maintains the kiosks with weekly inspections. All
kiosks are safely constructed with break-away legs and graffiti proof paneling. The kiosks are temporary and are removed
once there is no longer a need, leaving the streets free of clutter.
Homebuilders in the central New Mexico area derive over half of their sales from directional signage use. Our uniform
kiosks will assist your customers in finding you, and nurture the growth that comes from new residential development.