You want a readerboard roadside sign. Which one?

You want a readerboard roadside sign. Which one?

This article is a guide for choosing the right popular roadside portable readerboard for you

For permanent signs, watch for our upcoming article or contact us with your requirements.

Where to begin

You can start with the lowest cost, although some of the larger signs are Easier to see Have space for more words than a smaller signUsually are a better value than small signs.

Choose by sign features and size

All of the electric lighted signs are made from steel frames and finished with a painted aluminum outer skin. They all feature fiberglass v3 sign faces and usually include a stand and a set of flexible pvc letters.

s1 full size 48x96" arrow sign s11h with header for store name s-wind sign with clear locking doors  Compact s20 with 40x72" message
Econo 40x96" sign area S6 our smallest arrow sign Econo 48x96" full size sign Econo 40x72" smaller sign
Economy version of a7 40x96" sign Full Size a7 48x96" elegant sign Most popular arrow sign ever, a8 40x96" Wall mount sign for directions or programs

Model detail, specs and price shown if any is current at the time this article is written and subject to change. As I'm writing this, there are tariffs on metals and goods required to manufacture the signs which are having a negative impact on many products manufactured in the United States.

 Need more help in making a selection?

Contact LetterBank | MyDIYsigns for free assistance.
Signs are all made in our Kentucky plant. All prices include a full or starter set of letters, lighting where specified, steel stands (excluding the wall-mount sign) and boxing or crating as needed for pickup at our KY dock.

Freight shipping is available at extra cost. To determine the freight to your address, send the complete street address so we can have it estimated.

Custom sign colors may be available starting at $125 for popular colors and starting at $250 for color matching. Just ask!

Images and information provided is solely as a guide and not intended for reproduction without prior written permission from Joe Giral.

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