What is acrylic?
A man-made plastic that is excellent for signs.
Is acrylic shatterproof?
No, it’s a very durable and lightweight, but it will crack and break.
What thicknesses do you offer?
We custom print and cut 4’ x 8’ boards in thicknesses from 1/8” to 1” (in ¼” increments).
What size can my sign be?
We have 4’ x 8’ boards, any size within that configuration.
Do you offer colored acrylic?
Yes, we have numerous colors to choose from.
Can I drill my own holes?
We do not advise it. If you damage the sign, we can’t warranty it.
How long will an acrylic sign last?
Life depends on the environment; outside signs will deteriorate faster than the interior. It has been reported that an acrylic sign should last a minimum of 5 years.
Can you route and etch my design on the acrylic?
Yes, we have laser cutting and etching to recreate almost any image onto the acrylic. We also offer CNC routing and contour cutting.
What finish will be on my acrylic sign?
It will have a glossy sheen when second surface printed, and a satin feel when standard printed.
What is second surface printing?
Printing on the back of the sign. Second surface printing provides a deep, “rich” ambiance that standard can’t offer. We never charge extra for second surface printing of any acrylic signage.
Do you offer layered acrylic?
Yes, we can adhere several layers together, forming a 3-D effect.
Are the standoffs included with the sign?
Yes, all mounting hardware is included in the quote.
Are the edges of your acrylic signs polished?
Yes, if requested.
Is acrylic a good option for an outdoor sign?
No, acrylic can be used as outdoor signage, but will deteriorate in the harsh environment.
Does an acrylic sign bend?
Yes, the thinner the substrate the easier it will bend.
Do you install the sign?
Yes, we staff full-time installers. We offer after hours and weekend installation dates to accommodate any schedule.
Do you provide a warranty?
Yes, we warranty every acrylic sign we manufacture and install for 30 days.
Visit us at 2739 Interstate St.
(between Billy Graham Parkway & Freedom Dr.)