The two signs shown to the left are 5 ft. tall x 8 ft. wide.
We offer full color, digitally printed, signs with a variety of substrate options.
Foam Board — Cardstock sheets with a plastic foam center. Used for fine art displays, presentations and easel displays. Not recommended for unattended outdoor use.
Coroplast — Corrugated plastic, similar to cardboard but more durable and weather resistant. Best for temporary signage such as yard signs, political signs, open house signs, or directional signs.
PVC — Solid plastic board, more rigid than coroplast or foam board, can be cut to custom shapes and bent without creasing. Best for indoor signage. Use in protected areas only outdoors due to UV breakdown issues. Applications include sales graphics, store displays, trade show displays and informational signage.
Aluminum and Steel — Metal plate, available in a variety of thicknesses. Ideal for medium term signage such as real estate, safety and road signs.
Composite Panel — Plastic core with aluminum surface sheets. Strong and lighter weight than sign board. Ideal for medium term outdoor signage and for displays where strength is needed but weight capacity is limited such as hanging signage.
Sign Board — MDO Plywood panel treated to resist outdoor environments. Ideal for long term signage such as business signs, Marquees and other permanent permanent outdoor installations.
Sizes: Standard sizes include 12 ft. x 18 ft., 18 ft. x 24 ft., 2 ft. x 3 ft. and 4 ft. x 8 ft. Need a custom size? No problem, we can also produce signs on substrates up to 5 feet tall x 10 feet wide.
Our design staff can create a stunning sign layout that will get your business noticed.
We also sell completed plastic A-Frame signs and additional display panels for them.
(Picture of A-Frame sign.)
Note: We recommend that all outdoor graphics be laminated. Laminates protect your signage from chemicals, UV fading and abrasion damage. We also offer vandal resistant anti-graffiti laminates.
Sign questions? Please contact us for more information and a quote today.