At Marquee Menus we know that purchasing custom menu boards can raise a lot of questions, and our sales team knows which ones to ask, even if you don’t. We can walk you through the process to ensure that nothing goes overlooked, and when your custom menu boards arrive, they will showcase your menu exactly as you had envisioned.
Custom Wood Menu Boards
Our signature line up of custom wood menu boards are available in 15 different styles, including low profile clips, screw post and header, corner tabs and more, because we know when it comes to menu boards, one size does not fit all. We have menu board styles that will fit single or multi page menus in any custom size, and all of our products are cut and made to order. This means that we can position your logo or brand anywhere on the menu board that you want, including on the front and above or below your menu page. We handcraft our menu boards using a ¼” thick core and your genuine, hardwood veneer choice. The finish comes from the natural color of the wood, never from a stain, and we have everything from simple and elegant White Maple, to dark and sophisticated Charcoal. We finish by spraying 3 coats of crystal clear, satin polyurethane to bring out the beauty of the wood while waterproofing and protecting as well.
Manufacturing And Ordering Process
We have been designing and building custom wood menu boards in our south Florida manufacturing facility for over a decade, and in that time we have been able to learn, and perfect our products. A large part of our business depends on clients who return to us when they need to re-order, so ensuring that your custom menu boards meet your expectations is paramount to our success. In order to make the process of building and placing your custom order as simple and straightforward as possible, we have made all of our products, with the available options, ready to purchase directly from our website. However, most of our clients do choose to contact us first so that we can work closely with them to develop their custom menu boards, and we highly encourage you to do the same. We look forward to working with you and being a part of your next project.