Channel Letters and Brushed Aluminum We have had many customer requests to give their channel letter sign returns a brushed aluminum look.
Direct Sign Wholesale was pleased to work with Signarama of Deer Park, New York on this set of reverse-lit channel letters and to feature the sign in this installation of The Channel Letter Showcase.
Look at the world through this rose-colored... logo box!
What is a Backer Panel?
Backer Panel Definition
A backer panel is an optional channel letter sign feature that can help to optimize the appearance of your customer’s channel letter set. These structures are also known as backing boards, backer plates or simply backers. A backer panel is basically a flat structure mounted behind the sign letters - like a picture frame. Panels are typically painted a color that is selected to display the sign most favorably.
Our newest addition to the Signs from the Shop collection is one of the more unique signs we've had the privilege to produce lately, utilizing several separate pieces to build a cohesive logo.
The Importance of a Good First Signage Impression
We’ve been discussing quality in this blog for a while now. Last month, we detailed some specific quality differences between our product and our competitor’s product. Outside of the positive impact on your business growth, why else should you consider quality an important signage factor? Because it is the key to a positive first business impression. And a first impression can make or break a retail business. This applies to all signage types - not just channel letters.
We've had a lot of interesting logo boxes come out of the shop lately, and we have yet another to showcase for this week's Signs from the Shop.
We can't get enough of these logo boxes! This week for our Signs from the Shop series we have a custom, reverse-lit logo box in the shape of a bucking bronco with a rider.
Selling Signage Quality Why should your customer invest in a high quality sign? You know that quality comes at a price. So how do you explain to your customer why a signage quality investment is worth it?