Give your business a brighter look with a lit sign!
Does your business need a sign that is still visible at night? Do you need to change an existing sign? Maybe you have changed company logo or other information?
An illuminated sign is ideal for such situations and gives you all the flexibility you need. Use an illuminated sign face to continue being seen at night, show changes in company information easily or quickly add new information.
Regardless of the reason, one thing is likely true… you don’t want to replace the entire sign.
And that’s where we come in.
Standard Signs Contractors Ltd makes custom replacement sign faces that you can insert into your current lighted sign cabinet. Talk about a face lift!
Your new signs can be readily produced in:
- Any Size
- Any Thickness
- Any Color
- Any Style
- Any Finish
- And in any quantity, even if it’s just one!
Where to Start
Standard Signs Contractors Ltd has everything you need to whip up a Sign Face that meets your company’s needs.
Let’s get started by choosing the main ingredient for your custom sign. Since lighted signage is often found outdoors, it is important that the material you choose is durable. It must outlast wind, rain, or anything else that nature may have in her box of tricks.
Plastic sign faces come in varying levels of durability – we like to classify them in terms of:
- Good – Acrylic and Plexiglas
- Better – High Impact Acrysteel and Acrylite SG
- Best – And Super Impact Lexan, Lexan SG and Polycarbonate
The Three Styles of Lighted Sign Faces
- Completely Flat – The standard thickness of a plastic replacement sign face is 3/16″. A completely flat sign, as you can imagine, remains this thickness throughout the surface, with no raised elements to the design. This style is the least expensive.
- Pan Molded – This style describes a sign surface that extends out beyond its lighted cabinet. Some people say this style looks like the face is “bubbled out.”
- Pan and Embossed – This type of sign is similar to the Pan Molded style, as its face “bubbles out” but it takes you a step further by spicing up your custom signage with raised letters or graphics.