SignIndustry.com - The Online Magazine for the Sign Trade.
Home | Site Map | Buyer's Guide Search  
Event Calendar Article Archive Message Boards Classifieds Product Showcases News Advertise Search Join Now


CATEGORIES
  3-D Signs
  ADA
  Architectural
  Awnings &
  Flexible Face
  Banners
  Business Development
  CNC Routing
  Computer Technology
  Digital Imaging
  Dynamic Digital
  Electric
  Estimating
  Finishing & Lams 
  Flatbed UV
  Garment Decoration
  Installation
  LED Displays
  LED Lighting
  Neon & LED
  Channel Letter
  Outdoor
  Painted Signs
  Screen Printing
  Sublimation
  Vinyl Signs
  Hot Shots
  Press Releases
  Tips & Tricks
  Industry Resources
  Books
  Event Calendar
  Associations
  Business Center
  Retail Sign Shops
  Advertising Info

SignLab from CADlink


MESSAGE BOARDS

Updated: November 23 2017 - Feel free to post below. By doing so, you are agreeing to follow our Acceptable Use Policy. If you'd like to contact us, drop us an e-mail here.


General : 


Sponsors

Estimate Software- Printing software for the rest of us.
Tensioning Solutions

 
Goto Thread: PreviousNext
Goto: Forum ListMessage ListNew TopicSearchLog In
Real Estate sign fix
Posted by: kpgraphix (---.nys.biz.rr.com)
Date: May 30, 2008 11:03AM

Hi All,

I have a client that had about 20 two sided 24" x 36" real estate signs created (not by me) and needs the info changed. The signs were screenprinted, so I will have to put a panel (about 6" x 36") over the existing text. The panel will be white with black vinyl lettering. I could use coroplast, but really want it to look nicer. The text below will show through if I use a white vinyl rectangle. Any ideas a panel that's cost effective and not cheesy looking? Thanks

Re: Real Estate sign fix
Posted by: Bill (---.dsl.hstntx.swbell.net)
Date: May 31, 2008 11:06AM

There is a white vinyl with gray adhesive. This will not show the text behind.
Bill

Re: Real Estate sign fix
Posted by: AMASales (---.dsl.wotnoh.sbcglobal.net)
Date: August 28, 2008 10:41AM

At the risk of sounding like "that" sign guy, you should be advising your client to get off the wallet and buy 20 new signs. If they are 4mil Coro, we're only talking about $400 here.

Gary



Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.

RENOLIT Calendered Vinyl - Top performance for various applications

Company
Home
Advertising Info
About Us
Contact Us
Privacy Policy
Site Map
Resources
Industry Resources
Associations
Retail Sign Shops
Books
Product Showcase
Event Calendar
Tips & Tricks
Message Boards
Classifieds
Buyer's Guide Listings
Search
Add My Company
Edit My Company

 

Copyright 1999-2017, All Rights Reserved.