Box signs, also known as cabinet signs, typically consist of a rectangular box-shaped housing with an illuminated sign face. The sign face can be made of a variety of materials, including acrylic, plastic, or metal, and can be customized with different fonts, colors, and graphics to suit the needs of the business.
Pros and cons
VisibilityBox signs are highly visible, especially at night, making them an effective way to attract attention to a business or building.
CustomizationBox signs can be customized to match a business's branding, including logo, colors, and font.
DurabilityBox signs are typically made from metal or acrylic, which are durable materials that can withstand harsh weather conditions.
Energy-efficientLED illumination used in box signs are energy efficient and can have a longer lifespan than traditional neon lighting.
VersatilityBox signs can be mounted on a building's facade, or hung from a pole or a pylon, making them suitable for a variety of locations and uses.
CostBox signs can be more expensive to produce and install compared to other types of signage.
MaintenanceBox signs may require more maintenance than other types of signs, such as replacing bulbs or cleaning the faces of the letters.
Complex installationBox signs can be complex to install, and may require specialized equipment and expertise.
Permits and regulationsBox 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.
Preliminary Sign Consultation
City Code Verification
Drawings & Proposals
Quoting And Pricing Packages
Permitting & Landlord’s Approval
Shipping & Installation