Sign Substrate Options
Always have a cost vs durability variable. That means getting the right sign, for the need at hand, with-in the budget.
This is a small sampling of the materials employed in the construction of our signs. Many times we use a combination of these materials with either a digital print or vinyl lettering.
Substrate | Material
Acrylic: Also known as Plexiglas, acrylic is the perfect choice when you want signs with a sophisticated, high-tech look. Highly durable and available in a variety of colors, acrylic is often used for illuminated, architectural, trade show and point-of-purchase signs.
Aluminum: Lightweight, yet sturdy, aluminum is a great choice for outdoor signs.
Coroplast: Ideally suited for a wide variety of indoor and short-term outdoor uses. Corrugate plastic, also know as Coroplast is a versatile, extruded twin-wall plastic sheet that comes in a variety of colors.
Di-Bond: A rigid, durable aluminum composite material consisting of two sheets of aluminum bonded to a solid polyethylene core.
Foam Board: Polystyrene foam sandwiched between a paper surface. Great backing for posters, maps, charts and photos as well.
Magnetics: Are a low cost alternative to vinyl lettering or digital print/cut for a vehicle. Because a customer can easily put them on and then remove them, they are extremely popular for many small businesses.
PVC: Expanded PVC (polyvinyl chloride), also known as foam PVC, helps you project a high-quality, professional image.
Vinyl Banners: Durable vinyl banners for your promotions, special events, grand openings, and sporting events.
Wood: Wood signs give a classic look and excellent durability. There are various materials available, narrowed down by durability in various conditions.