How do you choose the right one? Check out the sign professionals suggestions below to select the perfect entree for your tastes.
Aluminum Metal - Metal signs have been a popular choice for many years, and today's options are even better quality than in years passed.
These are strong and durable and have a high-gloss factory-painted finish.
Armour-Wood Metalized - One of the strongest materials available for signs.
With a solid wood core sandwiched between two sheets of aluminum armour plating, this sign material is can take high impact and is weather resistant Dibond Metal - Have the best of both worlds, aluminum and plastic.
Dibond is made from two sheets of aluminum that are factory bonded to a solid plastic core.
Dibond is available in a broad range of colors, and these signs are lightweight like plastic and strong like aluminum.
Banners - Outdoor vinyl banner signs stand up to the elements well.
Size for size, custom banners are the lowest in price, are lightweight and super simple to hang almost anywhere.
Coroplast Corrugated Plastic - These lightweight signs are waterproof and are often used for yard signs, such as for real estate, campaign signs, etc.
DuraWood - Wood has been used to make signs for centuries.
With advances in technology, you don't need to worry anymore about the primary downside of wood-rotting.
When selecting a wooden sign, be sure to inquire about a warranty.
For example, DuraWood outdoor signs are guaranteed not to rot for 10 years.
Vinyl Letters & Vehicle Graphics - Yes, we used to hand letter company vehicles in the old days, but now, vinyl is the material of choice for over 94% of all vehicle signs.
Vinyl can be applied to any car, trailor, van, truck, SUV or boat.
So you see, there are many options available to you.
So make sure you choose the best outdoor sign material to suit your needs.
Having a hard time deciding which is what you are looking for? Ask a sign professional, for their personal recommendations.