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Wording for Entrances & Gated. Communities

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Wording for Entrances & Gated. Communities

For durable, made-to-order lettering that will withstand time:Where do we begin? When doing research on lettering for your wall, gated entrance or home and business identification, here are a few pointers and a checklist that will save you a lot of time and worry. All of our metal and acrylic letters come with a lifetime limited warranty not to fade, crack, chip or peel. Start at the beginning. You'll need a tape measure and a way to record the measurements, as well as the camera on your smartphone to send photos of the undecorated wall along with your request. Stylish or easy-to-read...

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How to choose and order Metal and Plastic Dimensional Letters for Buildings and Walls

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How to choose and order Metal and Plastic Dimensional Letters for Buildings and Walls

It's so complicated to order dimensional letters for my business. Why? Here are some reasons and a brief rundown on the kinds of letters we make. Dimensional letters come in many options, styles, finishes, colors and options, including standard front-lighted and rear lighted. Some examples include the conventional metal 'can' with a color plastic 'face' and LEDs inside. The newer all-plastic molded lighted letters, custom lighted acrylic letters, 'reverse channel' (rear-lit) letters in many metal finishes, cut-out letter cabinets and many new and striking combinations have high-efficiency LED lighting. Of course, all of these are available without lighting as well,...

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B2B Business to Business Sign Printing

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B2B Business to Business Sign Printing

For many of the industrial, military, corporate and commercial markets, LetterBank Signs + Print just makes good sense. See Services belowBased on customer surveys of our Fortune 1000 clients, who typically purchase tall outdoor Banners with Wind-Proof Stands, Printed Table Covers, Wall Lettering, Lighted Can Signs and Decals, 100% of our Corporate customers (who replied to share an opinion) stated that they will use LetterBank Resourcing and Fulfillment in their next branding and marketing outreach.   Checking in with our Military customers, the more popular orders are for  Decals, Floor Decal Graphics, Stencils,  Rec Signs and  Changeable "Curb" Signs  100% of Military respondents said that...

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New! Rigid stencil system for perfect letter mounting on walls is announced.

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New! Rigid stencil system for perfect letter mounting on walls is announced.

INTRODUCING IMPROVED INSTALLATION TOOLS Based on suggestions and feedback from our customers, we've improved our installation tools for metal and acrylic flat cut letters. These upgraded, updated tools make installation easier, saving you time and money. Gemini and LetterBank introduce the Rigid Stencil (replacing the old paper patterns for letters 4" and smaller). The RIGID STENCIL GUIDE More durable than a paper stencil, the Rigid Stencil Guide is printed and cut on rugged, durable material, for precise placement without curling or tearing. A computer-generated, full-size cutout, the Rigid Stencil Guide is designed for smaller letters and logos. A high-quality finished...

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National Park Service Signs

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National Park Service Signs

National Park Service SignsWhat are NPS signs? The signs we make are digital high-pressure laminate signs (dHPL) and porcelain fired enamel signs. Both are rated for prolonged outdoor sun exposure and are popular at parks, zoos, airports, civic venues, museums and increasingly as semi-permanent architectural component signage and walls. So how are they different? The dHPL signs are digitally printed and laminated onto multiple layers of a substrate that is made to be vandal-resistant and weather-resistant. Based on the elaborateness of the designs, it's usually less costly to create a dHPL sign. The porcelain enamel signs often last longer but are prohibitively expensive for...

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