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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? See "How" 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)So what do I need to know before I replace my worn or broken sign face?Here are the things we need to know to help you:[1] Identify the kind of sign face you...

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How to create an entrance sign in metal letters and molded permanent lifetime letters

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How to create an entrance sign in metal letters and molded permanent lifetime letters

Making Easy D.I.Y. Professional Entrance Signs with Lifetime Warranty Letters There are countless options to creating a memorable, professional looking entrance sign.  about the project for your complex, building, entrance drive and development for HOA improvements within any budget. See the simple guide below to determine the best options by budget if that's your primary concern. Note that regardless of how much your team may have allocated, the letters all have a Lifetime Limited Warranty if they crack, discolor or break once professionally installed. Details on our warranty available upon request.Cost by kind of letters: In the first set of images from...

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How can I cover an old business name on an awning?

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How can I cover an old business name on an awning?

Can I cover up old lettering on my awning? You can, and we go over the steps to find out all available options for your new awning wording.

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Storm and vandal-damaged signs, insurance and claims

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Storm and vandal-damaged signs, insurance and claims

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...

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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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