Discover detailed information on a wide variety of common sign materials, including acrylic signs, PVC signs, plastic signs, aluminum signs and banner material (including vinyl banners). You’ll also find specifics on caring for your signs, installing them, using them creatively and more.
Acrylic signs are made of an extremely versatile plastic sheet with a glossy finish, which is also known as Plexiglas®. Acrylic is the perfect choice when you want signs with a sophisticated, high-tech look. Highly durable and available in a variety of colors, acrylic is often used for illuminated, architectural, tradeshow and point-of-purchase signs.Learn More
Wood signs offer a classic look and excellent durability. There are a number of different materials available along with traditional wood: MDO – (Medium Density Overlay) is dense plywood with a very thin paper film on either or both sides and Omega SignBoard® features a white vinyl surface over a hardwood plywood core.Learn More
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Tips from FASTSIGNS® on how to estimate an inch when you're in a pinch.Show Full Transcription
Want to know how to estimate an inch when you’re in a pinch?
Here are five tips from the experts at FASTSIGNS® on how you can measure when you don’t have anything to measure with.
Number one: Use a dollar bill. The U.S. paper currency is exactly 6 inches by 2-1/2 inches and can be folded for smaller measurements.
Number two: Use a standard sheet of paper. Standard paper measures 8-1/2 by 11 inches and provides an instant ruler, even when you fold it in half.
Number three: Use a standard brick. A brick measures 2-1/4 inches by 8 inches and is a great frame of reference when you’re measuring for exterior signage.
Number four. Want to go bigger? Use your wingspan. An average person’s height is measured the same as their wingspan, from fingertip to fingertip.
Tip number five. Go digital. Download a measurement app for either your smartphone or tablet to help you calculate distance.
Want to leave it up to sign and graphics experts at FASTSIGNS? We’re more than ready to help.