Channel letters are a popular type of 3-dimensional sign that are commonly used for building identification and branding purposes. They are made of individual letters that are fabricated from aluminum or acrylic, and are illuminated with LED lights to make them more visible and attractive, especially at night. Channel letters can be custom-made to fit the branding and aesthetic of a business, and can be mounted in various ways such as flush mounted, raceway mounted, or individually mounted. They are a great way to make a business stand out and attract customers, and are durable and long-lasting.
Below we have listed the most frequently asked questions that we receive about channel letters signage.
Channel letters are individual three-dimensional letters or shapes used in signage that are illuminated from within.
Common materials for channel letters include aluminum, acrylic, and polycarbonate.
Channel letters provide a professional and eye-catching look for businesses and are highly visible, even in low light conditions.
Channel letters are illuminated with either LED lights or neon tubes that are installed inside the letter or shape.
The process for creating custom channel letters typically involves an initial consultation, design concepts, fabrication, and installation.
There are many different channel letter fonts and styles available, including block letters, script letters, and custom logos.
Rules and regulations for using channel letters in signage vary depending on the location and jurisdiction. Some common restrictions include size, placement, and type of lighting.
Channel letters are designed to last for many years, with LED lights having a longer lifespan than neon tubes.
Channel letters are typically installed using a mounting bracket that is secured to the building or structure.
Yes, channel letters can be used for indoor signage as well as outdoor signage, providing an illuminated and professional look for businesses.
For more information and to request a quote for channel lettering signs visit our channel letters page.