This is a brief review of the options for making a claim when your sign is vandalized or otherwise damaged in an accident, fire or storm.
If you've experienced damage or need replacement signs, immediately take photos of the damage close up and at a short distance so the damage can be viewed in context of its surroundings.
Your insurance agency may have a form for you to go over items like a checklist so you can write down items damaged or lost as you remember them.
Note that signs are usually NOT included in insurance checklists and are costly to replace, so a little extra effort now will pay off for you in the end.
A few temporary fixes here:
Printed vinyl banner, rigid signs, pylon sign bag covers. Partial list of replacement materials: Signs, replacement plastic sign faces, letter sets, sidewalk and curb sign frames.
If you've experienced damage in the past, you probably know that there are many things demanding your attention. This is a resource checklist for after critical and emergency situations have been addressed.
For external lighted permanent signs (anchored to the ground or to the building): Get measurements so you can find the right replacement
____ Sign cover 'bag' sign printed with logo fits over your existing sign SIZE?
For portable and signs not anchored down or attached to a building:
Get measurements so you can find the right replacement
____ Temporary banners
____ Other _________________________________________________________
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