Storefront signage is one of the most important pieces to business. It acts as a way to locate the business. Shows the branding style and professionalism of a business. When illuminated they are one of the most powerful driving forces in attracting business during the day as well as late into the evening. There are multiple style types out there. Here is a quick guide to help choose what is best for you.
These type of signs are also known as illuminated cans or cabinet signs. Lightbox signs are generally the most economical illuminated sign option. Made with an aluminum box casing and faced with polycarbonate and translucent vinyl. Can be fancied up by contouring your logo shape.
Channel Letters are individual mounted letters. There are a few Illumination and install methods for this type of storefront sign. They can be directly mounted to your building. To reduce labor costs and holes in your building you can put them on a bar called a raceway. Channel Letters can be illuminated in the front or back (halo-lit) with multiple different color LEDs to give off different effects.
This variation of the illuminated can sign brings a bit more class than the basic lightbox. Built by creating an aluminum box. Then, routing out the lettering or logo to push through an acrylic that creates a dimension. This option also works best when needing to illuminate thin text.
Neon & Faux Neon
A bright and classic look. Everybody knows the neon sign. But, did you know about faux neon? If you didn’t, it’s most likely because you can barely tell the difference. Regular neon is built using a gas that reacts to electricity and glass. Faux neon is an acrylic tube with LED lights. In most cases the faux neon is the idea choice these days.
There is a lot to consider when it comes to your store front signage. In combination with all of the choices for illuminated signage this can become very overwhelming. Let us make this process easier. Contact us, answer a few questions and let us do the product, permitting and design research for you.
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