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Congratulations, you've ordered a LetterBank Readerboard Sign!

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Congratulations, you've ordered a LetterBank Readerboard Sign!

What should I expect now that I've placed my Readerboard sign order? Here's a brief overview of the process that begins when you place your order. See also: "Why is freight so costly?" below. Once your order is received, it is received by accounting and entered into the first checkpoint for review. The first checkpoint is where we review the order and determine that, if there are different options or accessories ordered, that they will all work well together so the correct sign ends up shipping with exactly what you expected. Once the order passes our preliminary order review, we check for the necessary signed forms....

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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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Replace Your Store's Plastic Sign Faces Yourself

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Replace Your Store's Plastic Sign Faces Yourself

What are the different kinds of Replacement Sign Faces? Read about "How to install" below.Sign faces are the plastic or fiberglass sign panels that usually have track and letters for a changeable or permanent message board. Some may have graphics or photos as well. The sign faces can be replaced by almost anyone with simple tools, a ladder and average aptitude or skills (and sometimes a 'cherry picker' truck for hard-to-access locations)What do I need to know before replacing a worn or broken sign face?Here are the things we need to know to help you find a good replacement:[1] Identify the kind of...

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How to order new or replacement sign faces that fit your sign perfectly

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How to order new or replacement sign faces that fit your sign perfectly

See also New Lighted Signs here:Portable Roadside Readerboards, Marquee Signs, Business Sign Cabinets and Lighted Sign Letters This is a basic guide for replacing existing sign plastic "faces" for different types of signs. If your sign isn't covered here, contact us (below) with a photo of your existing sign. You will need:A measuring tape.A camera (or use your smartphone camera) to photograph a few details.You may need an assistant to help with a ladder if the sign is above reach and with writing down the dimensions discussed below. Let's begin.Always take safety precautions when working around sharp sign cabinets, plastic and...

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