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My awning is Sunbrella or treated with silicone, what are my options?

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My awning is Sunbrella or treated with silicone, what are my options?

Awning fabric may range from old-fashioned canvas to 21st century vinyls and resin compounds. If your awning sample does not stick well, it may be because of a reaction to the finish applied to the awning fabric. So what can I do to cover over or to replace or add new lettering on the awning (without having to pay for a whole new awning)? Some solutions listed below may work for your D.I.Y. awning makeover.The least costly solution is likely to be to order our PaintMask self-adhesive stencils in combination with sign paint like 1-Shot. List of distributors here. Find out more...

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Cover over old lighted pylon signs with LetterBank Sign Bags and Covers

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Cover over old lighted pylon signs with LetterBank Sign Bags and Covers

When your customer wants to change their lighted sign but the sign won't be ready for a while, or when an anchor tenant moves and you can't leave their sign up, these are the best choices.What's the difference between Sign Bag Covers and Banner Drape Covers? Both are available: Printed with your graphics (or blank for your graphics)! Ready to install Weatherproof and (almost) fool proof Made to last 1-2 years When you need to cover up a sign for any reason: New tenant New logo Contract project  Sign Maintenance Storm Damage This is the perfect, simple sign solution to fill that temporary need....

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Basic money-savings on Signs for Construction Sites + Residential Development

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Basic money-savings on Signs for Construction Sites + Residential Development

You've seen them, the signs on "coming soon" construction at residential developments for new housing construction and construction sites of all kinds.  These signs are expensive and costly to ship. The signs start at around $400 and up (national average) for a 4x8 foot sign and ship for a lot of money. Even if you have a local sign shop nearby, they've had to pay to have the wood backing shipped to them, so you're paying for that in the end through the cost of your signs. Well, unless you're in a large metropolitan area, the signs have to be...

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Site Signs: Make your own, fast and professionally

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Site Signs: Make your own, fast and professionally

How to make your own Professional Site Signs FAST. A Basic GuideLetterBank | MyDIYsigns has been working for almost 30 years with contractors, government agencies and hundreds of companies to come up with a way to make site signs quickly that look... Professional Colorful Long-lasting ...without the very expensive shipping and freight company costs.Now we can tell you our secret! You probably have easy access to a lumber yard or hardware store for 4x8 sheets (3/8" to 3/4" plywood recommended, any grade) and we print on some of the best full-color printers for colorful, long-lasting prints. You only have to set...

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Decals, Plastic Signs and Permits

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Decals, Plastic Signs and Permits

LetterBank and MyDIYsigns are two of the industry‘s premier trade suppliers, offering a complete line of quality screen, flexographic and various forms of digitally printed decalcomania. We've printed over 25 million pieces and have more than 29 years of experience as a leader in quality printing services. Below is a list of our most popular decal specialties, made in the USA Decals - Our custom decals are used by a variety of industries for multiple applications! We offer a large selection of materials, sizes, print methods, and adhesives to create a truly customized decal for your customers’ applications. Get help with your project   Magnets – We...

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