Lighted Signs for Business
If you have ever driven by a strip mall at night, then you are most likely familiar with how effective a lighted channel letter sign can be. One of the most common ways to identify your company, our channel letter signs can be custom created to fit your budget and ideas.
There is no limit to what can be done with lighted business signs. A well designed electric sign can give your business the personality and curbside appeal it needs to put it over the top. Illuminated cabinets such as pylon signs can provide the extra visibility that you need to be seen in the clutter of today’s streets. Building signs that light up are a sure way to gain attention to your storefront.
Monument signs and neon signs are all about giving personality and a unique style to your sign program. Any of these can be designed for either a wall mount, a flush look, or pole mounted to fit your needs.
Attractive back-lit monuments are very popular today. We offer a large variety of shapes and sizes. We can even offer back lit LED Display signs that turn or have multi-messages. Joint ID signage allows flexibility when tenants change.
Pan Channel letters can give class and distinction to your business. Reverse channel lettering is ideal for a soft, elegant look; all of the channel letter types are sure to bring in the business.
Three common types of channel letters are standard, reverse and open. The standard channel letters have colored Plexiglas over neon in an aluminum or steel frame. Our aluminum construction is preferred, although it is slightly more expensive, because it never rusts and its lightweight makes it easier for installation.
Reverse channel letters are often called Halo-lit signs as the lighting comes from behind letters that have a metal front, clear back and are mounted away from the surface of the building. By day, the signage can easily be seen and by night, the signage comes to life.
The open channel letters aren’t really open at all. These signs are manufactured much like the standard channel letter signs but utilize clear Plexiglas to expose the raw materials of the sign.