Covers for Electric Signs
I frequently get calls from new customers who have purchased existing electric signs with their new business property within my service area of the Waynesboro, Staunton, Harrisonburg, Richmond, Winchester, Roanoke, Lynchburg regions of Virginia. They call me for pricing and timing needed to change their covers for electric signs. They regularly call “covers” what I call “faces” but what they are needing is new sign panels for electric signs.
I generally would need to survey their situations to get them an accurate price and turn-around time. Most often, these replacement signs fall into one of these types:
- Least expensive type: Flat plastic sign panels of either acrylic (Plexiglas) or polycarbonate (Lexan) with either graphics on the outer surface or backsprayed.
- Stronger type and best for thinner cabinets: What I call “pan” faces, which are vacuum-formed plastic signs made of either some type of acrylic or polycarbonate material with either graphics on the outer surface or backsprayed.
- Or, Strongest of all and dimensional for added good looks: Embossed graphics on a pan face.
If you are in need of replacement covers for your lit sign in Central or Western Virginia, I would be happy to take a look.
Mark Hackley, Augusta Sign Company, 540-943-9818