Channel Letter Signs

If you've ever driven past a strip mall at night, then you're probably familiar with the effectiveness of channel letter signs. It is the most common and effective way to promote your storefront.

Three common types of channel letters are standard, reverse and open.

The standard channel letters have colored Plexiglass over neon in an aluminum or steel frame. Our aluminum construction is slightly more expensive, but because it never rusts and it’s light weight eases stress on your building and our installers, it is the preferred method by all.

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 with light. A very elegant solution.

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. This gives you the classic look of a neon sign while protecting the glasswork from weather.

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