When considering purchasing a sign for your business it is always good to do your research so you can see the different options that are available to you. Let’s take a look at the 6 best signage examples for 2016:
Vinyl Banner – Vinyl banners are printed signs made with heavy duty materials for indoor or outdoor use. Even though the signs are printed out, they are printed using high quality full color printing methods. With the banners for hanging, there are optional grommets and pole pockets. Vinyl banners come in standard and customizable sizes, and are a very budget friendly choice.
Punched Metal Signboard – Punched metal signboards are very versatile pieces – they can deliver a lot of different design styles. While durable and weather resistant, they can vary on cost depending on size, color and texture.
Painted Plywood Sign – Painted plywood signs are very simple – just a piece of plywood painted with your business name, and a simple design perhaps. They are a very simple but charming way to personalize your business in an affordable way. The only downside is that they don’t hold up to the weather as well as some of the others on the list.
Vinyl Lettering Sign – Vinyl lettering uses an adhesive vinyl which is perfect for all flat surfaces, indoors and outdoors. When choosing your vinyl lettering colors for a window sign, it is recommended that you go for lighter and more vibrant colors. The human eye views the tint of a window as black which will therefore highlight the most vibrant colored of window lettering. Vinyl sign lettering is a very affordable option.
Awning Signs – Awning signs provide an attractive elegance to your business. Costs depend on type of fabric used as well size and the hardware needed to hang the awning. As the awning provides shade for your business, it helps to provide savings in your energy bills every month.
Metal Lettering and Logo – Metal lettering signs use different types of metal and come in different sizes. Using a three-dimensional design, these signs will add texture and interest to your business. Cost of signs like these depend on the type of metal used and the size of the letters.
Before purchasing your sign, you should also check with your local city planning office to see if there are any zoning restrictions or permits needed for signage in your area. Some cities specify size limits for your sign, have rules against illumination, or the amount of information you can post on your sign. Due to this, it is always safe to check with your local city planning office before proceeding.