Neon Signs: Light It Up!

by Mary Mills on August 15, 2013

Neon signs are classic.  They have been around for years and are used for anything from OPEN and CLOSED signs, to a custom sign boasting your company’s name up high above the entire shopping center.

SIGNARAMA knows signs, and we know neon signs too.  Do you own a gym, a liquor store, a restaurant, a gas station, a bar, a dry cleaning store, a bank, a flower shop, an ice cream store, a movie theatre, a night club, a hair or nail salon, a small clothing boutique, or a…well you get the picture, right?  It does not matter what type of business you own, what type of facility you run, whether you are making millions selling your goods or are enjoying retirement in your new family-style, mom-and-pop diner — signs are important, and neon signs can fit any style.

Neon SignsNeon signs are not limited to only nighttime, either.  Neon signs are highly visible even during the day.  This added touch of visibility and color can increase traffic through your store and help grow your sales.  Maybe, you are satisfied with the signs on your exterior, but want to spruce up the inside and attract attention to a new product, promotion or service.  Neon signs are the perfect way to accomplish that, as well.

At SIGNARAMA you can decide the colors you want for your neon, which will remain as vibrant as the first day the sign is installed, without any fading.  Professionals at SIGNARAMA will also look into the regulations in your area, regarding neon signs, in order to help you make the best decisions about your signs. If, for some reason, neon signs are restricted in your area, SIGNARAMA offers several alternatives, such as LED.

Signs help attract customers to your business and play a critical role in giving them reassurance, but they can also be fun!  Give SIGNARAMA a call today.

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Adam Palmer August 20, 2013 at 3:08 pm

I’ve found LED lighting to be more versatile and effective than neon signs. But the neon is a classic for businesses wishing to have an iconic sign. Great post, thank you for sharing.

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