Freestanding Pylon signs, or pole signs are one of the most common and effective types of signage used. Pylon signs distinguish your business and allow you to extend above your competition. A well positioned, creatively designed Pylon Sign will not only identify your business, it will attract attention to everyone passing by.
Why not make a strong first impression for your business and increase your sales opportunity! Although non-illuminated pylons are available, a lighted pylon sign will attract more attention long after the sun goes down. Bakers’ Signs and Manufacturing can furnish your business with a new Pylon Sign or service your existing Pylon Sign.
Bakers’ Signs and Manufacturing covers business in cities across Texas such as Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, and Austin. For more information on Pylon Signs, please Contact Us!
What are Pylon Signs?
Pylon Signs come in two main types; illuminated and non-illuminated. Non-illuminated pylon signs typically consist of a steel frame sign with aluminum sides and face mounted on a one or multiple steel poles. The sign face can vary from full color digitally printed graphics to solid color vinyl graphics. These types of Pylon Signs are less costly but have limitations in visibility at nighttime.
Illuminated Pylon Signs are most often a steel cabinet with aluminum sides and either a translucent interchangeable face or attached channel letter signage. Pylon signs can vary drastically in appearance and cost ranging from a basic front-lit cabinet sign attached to a steel pylon to a custom multi-layered sign with brilliant LED or neon illumination and LED message boards.
For the best return on your investment, lighted pylon signs will attract the most attention to your business and help to boost your sales by getting your business noticed and new customers in the door. The results of an illuminated Pylon Sign can quickly pay for the initial cost of the Pylon Sign itself making it one of the best investments your company can make.
What is the difference between a Pole Sign and a Poly Sign?
Traditional Pole Signs are made of metal or wood and are much less durable than polycarbonate. They are more likely to fade or become damaged in extreme weather conditions. While these traditional Pole Signs are typically less expensive than poly signs, they don’t offer the same longevity and durability as poly signs.
If you are looking for a sign that is built to last, can withstand the weather, and is protected from the sun’s harmful UV rays– then Poly Signs are an ideal choice for your next high-quality sign.