Aluminum signs are the most widespread form of signage nowadays. You can practically see them everywhere. These can be seen as parking signs, real estate signs, license plates, pool and spa rules, store signs, service signs, office signs, building signs, traffic signs, and other informational or regulatory signs. Compared to wood and plastic, aluminum is thinner. It is also rigid and very long lasting. If you want your signs to be very stiff then you can opt for those that use Dibond, Alumalite, and Armour-Wood. Other finishes are also available, such as baked enamel finish to make it tougher against the weather and brushed aluminum finish that exhibits a metallic glaze on areas that are non-printed. There’s also what you call awhite coated white aluminum finish that gives off a matte white surface. You can also choose to have them printed on one side only or on both sides. Even artworks can be applied on an aluminum sign through screen-printing, engraving, or color-printed vinyl.
Aside from emanating a more professional appearance, the most important quality of aluminum signs is being a resilient metal. You know you’ll get more bang for your buck because it will last and still look good for years. It’s strong despite being lightweight. It’s also corrosion resistant, which makes it ideal for outdoors, but is also widely used indoors. It can also be displayed in different ways. Some examples would be being glued to walls or doorslike toilet signs. Some are framed and staked, wired to a barbed wire fence like those property warnings, and bolted to walls like the big brand signs. Some can even be installed by just using a kit. This way, you won’t need to pay for a professional’s service fee, which everybody knows is not cheap.