Blade signs, also known as "blade banners" narrow signs that are mounted on poles or brackets and extend out from the side of a building or storefront.They are typically used to identify a business or to advertise products or services, and they are often found in high foot traffic areas such as shopping centers, malls, and downtown districts.They come in a variety of sizes and styles, and they can be illuminated or non-illuminated, depending on the needs of the business and the local zoning regulations.
Blade signs come in a variety of sizes and styles, and they can be illuminated or non-illuminated, depending on the needs of the business and the local zoning regulations.
Pros and cons
VisibilityBlade signs are typically highly visible as they project out from a building and can be seen from a distance.
CustomizationBlade signs can be customized with a business's name, logo, and other information, as well as match the aesthetic of the building or surrounding area.
VersatilityBlade signs can be designed to fit a variety of settings, such as a standalone sign or built into a wall.
Energy efficientBlade signs can be illuminated by energy-efficient LED lights, which can save on energy costs and have a longer lifespan than traditional neon lights.
DurabilityBlade signs are typically made from durable materials that can withstand harsh weather conditions and last for many years.
CostBlade signs can be more expensive to produce and install compared to other types of signage, especially if they are made of high-end materials.
Complex installationBlade signs can be complex to install, and may require specialized equipment and expertise.
Permits and regulationsBlade signs may require certain permits or comply with specific regulations, especially when it comes to size and location, which can increase the cost and time of installation.
Limited mobilityBlade signs are fixed, and cannot be easily moved or changed once installed.
Weather dependenceBlade signs may be affected by strong winds or stormy weather, which can make them difficult to read or cause damage.
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