Whatever you can imagine, you can create, they say. Your creation can be printed on plastic signs more easily than many other types of material. Plastic signs are like a fresh piece of paper.
All the colors of the rainbow can be easily transferred onto plastic signs which will clearly and effectively send the message to your customers and prospective clients. Plastic signs are great for colorful logos, fanciful script, designs, pictures and other brain teasers that will get the public in the door. There is no need to worry about whether these signs can do the job. Believe it – they can!
The Plastic Signage Material
Invest in signage that goes the distance for a fraction of the cost of other sign materials. Plastic signage was first created a few decades ago, but the technology keeps improving. The hard and brittle polystyrene signs of the past have been replaced with softer plastic signs made of polyethylene and polypropylene and even polystyrene can be purchased now that is impact resistant, and the new hard plastics like polycarbonate are more durable than many of the original plastics such as acrylic.
These newer plastics stay firm in the hottest of summer heat waves and don’t crack or break in bitter cold spells in the coldest winters or harshest storms. Plastic signs just keep on keeping on! Their upbeat messages stay hip and fresh no matter what the weather is, or is not, doing. And these signs can be seen just about wherever you look, and they manage to last a long, long time.
The Many Uses
Plastic signs are made for many purposes for businesses. Polycarbonate and acrylic signs are great for business signage, construction companies, retail boutiques and shops, etc. The options and possibilities are from A to Z. Just look around when you are in any grocery store in town. Chances are, they use various signs made of any number of types of plastic to advertise their shop! Plastic signs are inexpensive, and truly effective. These cheap signs made from the various plastic materials are really practical!
Yard signs, made from corrugated plastic, can be used around the home as well. “Beware of Dog” signs, often made of polyethylene plastic, can be posted on your back gate, or “Private Parking Tow Away Zone” will also get the message across. If one of your family members works a graveyard shift, a plastic sign near the doorbell can easily inform visitors not to use the doorbell to wake him or her.
Polyethylene signs are used for delivery and pickup, as well. Blood banks, labs, and locations that have a lot of traffic use engraved signs to point people in the right direction, and that really helps things run smoothly. These acrylic signs may say call us at this number when a delivery arrives – or leave under the door, etc.
Shades of Colors Available for Print
Plastic signs can also be made in a variety of colorful backgrounds. Depending on your business and your preference, you have a choice between bright, deep colors or standard white. Either block lettering or cursive print dresses up these signs to give a good impression. Custom signs are capable of increasing brand recognition which your business needs.
Whichever color scheme, design and set up that you choose, these acrylic, polyethylene, and vinyl signs are worth the money. First of all, they don’t cost that much in comparison to classic wood or metal signs. Second of all, it’s pretty hard to destroy them. When you invest your money in acrylic plastic signage, you will not have to worry about replacing them for awhile!
If you can’t decide which sign is best for you, by all means choose plastic signs. If you decide to create another sign in the future, these signs continue to be a great standby which will always be available to post in a conspicuous place to promote your business.
LAST UPDATED ON: May 12, 2018
Barry Brown has been in the Sign, Banner, Decal and Display Business for over 20 years. It isn’t what he thought he’d do with his life, but he says he knows too much now to do anything else! He has been marketing these products online since 1998, and the company he was general manager of in 1998 was the first sign company to be listed on Yahoo!