Aluminum is one of our most versatile and duable signage materials available. With its durability comes a professional appearance that makes it ideal for both indoor and outdoor signs. In addition to our standard aluminum, we also offer brushed aluminum and reflective aluminum to add variety and versatility to your signage needs. Understanding the difference between our standard aluminum, brushed aluminum, and reflective aluminum will help you pick the material that best satisfies your signage needs. We’ve assembled a list of these different types of aluminum with their common uses and comparisons between them to simplify your search for the perfect aluminum sign.
The printing industry is full of techniques and tricks to help create unique, one-of-a-kind products. At Signs.com, we implement special cutting techniques in our printing production process to produce your signs to your exact specifications. If you’re looking to deviate from a standard rectangle or square sign, we provide custom (previously known as contour) and custom with border (previously known as halo) cut options on many of our custom signs which allow you to customize your sign shape to the way you want it.
Business and consumer-friendly signage is what we excel in. To help simplify your display needs, we provide inexpensive, foam-based signs that make for an excellent product for signs, presentations, and storefront displays. Foam board (also known as foam core) and gatorboard (also referred to as gatorfoam) are both viable signage solutions that excel in lightweight versatility. Though both are comprised of a foam core, there are distinct differences between foam board and gatorboard. We’ll also compare how these two foam signs match up with another lightweight sign option called falconboard.
At Signs.com we offer a variety of signage solutions to enhance your business or home. One such product, our clear acrylic signs, bring a professional look for your display needs. We’re often asked how our clear acrylic differs from frosted acrylic and milky acrylic signs and which is the better option. Though we don’t currently offer frosted acrylic or milky acrylic on our site, we get plenty of requests to provide them as an option to our clear acrylic sign. As such, we’ve outlined not only these different types of acrylic but some alternative options to achieve the similar appearances. Knowing the difference between these acrylics can help you decide which will be the best for you.
Beautifully printed fabric banners really can make a statement. Because of their relatively inexpensive cost (compared to other sign types), fabric banners have many uses. We’ve compiled a list here, but these are nowhere near all the amazing things you can do with this versatile product. Take a look at just a few of our favorite ways to showcase these beautiful signs.
Arguably one of the most important aspects of printing is, well, color. Without it, signs can be boring and one dimensional. Color is all around us, but you may have noticed that sometimes a color looks different on the screen than it does when it gets printed. It’s important to understand how color works. For this Signage 101 Blog Post, we’ll explore how different color modes can affect printing.
There are many aspects to consider when you’re creating window signage for your business or your home. At Signs.com, we offer a variety of window display products, including perforated decals, opaque window decals and opaque static clings, and clear window decals and clear window clings. We also now offer frosted window decals.
In today’s Signage 101 we discuss how to design and set up your image for a storefront display that is separated by window panes but still has the look of one continuous and stunning storefront image or display. Jump over here for an easy to follow guide on how to actually install your window decal(s).
Sometimes creating signage can be stressful. At Signs.com, we want to make the process as hassle-free as possible. Font issues can be one of the most common sources of headaches when designing signage. If fonts aren’t created correctly, you can end up with a sign that doesn’t look anything like what you pictured. With this Signage 101 post, we will be simplifying the confusing world of fonts.