Channel letter signs are a popular option for businesses. They are dimensional and stand out away from the building, making quite the impact. They can be made using a wide variety of fonts, colors, and sizes.
The term channel letter signage encompasses many different styles of signs. Here’s a rundown of each type:
- Front Lit Channel Letters
This is the most commonly seen and is also called standard channel letters. The illumination is projected through the front faces of the letters.
- Reverse Channel Letters
In this type of sign, the illumination comes from the back of the letters. They are also commonly called halo lit or back lit letters. The light is reflected off the wall behind them, creating a halo.
- Open Face Channel Letters
These letters have open faces, allowing for the placement of neon illumination. They’re bright and eye-catching when used in the right situation.
- Front/Back Lit Channel Letters
Those looking for a dramatic sign should consider this type of channel lettering. These letters produce illumination from both the front and back making for a dynamic and bright sign.
Channel letter signs can be mounted in a several ways:
- Raceway Mount
Channel letter signs are often installed on a raceway, which is a metal box that houses the electrical wiring and power supply for the letters. It reduces the number of wall penetrations required for mounting.
- Flush Mount
In this installation technique, the letters are attached directly to the building. This creates a flawless appearance that many people favor for their business signs.
- Backer Mount
Letters are attached to a metal cabinet or backer panel that is larger in height and width then the channel letter configuration.
Channel letter signs are popular because of their ability to make the signage unique and illuminated. Businesses interested in this type of sign should contact Infinity Signs NW.