They can be used for short term when built from MDO board (processed wood) or long term when printed onto aluminum or aluminum composite.
You can see these signs both horizontal and vertical, and you can add decorative trim to dress them up. Routed faces add interest and dimension.
Generally these signs are not illuminated, but can be illuminated with exterior lighting.
Below are some examples of post and panels and their uses:
These signs can be single or double sided. The top and bottom frame secure the face and give a finished look to the sign. The aluminum can be custom painted to match your building or the colors in your logo.
This sign is constructed from aluminum with an aluminum face.
This post and panel uses trim that can be purchased from your local hardware store to dress up the 6″ x 6″ wood posts. The sign is printed onto MDO (processes wood). The posts have a dado (routed on the side for the sign face to slide into) which gives the sign a clean look.
Real Estate and Directional Signs
This sign has a routed face made from 2″ outdoor PVC. The posts are 4″ x 4″ wood with white PVC fence posts slid over the top to give it a finished look.
Colleges and universities use post and panel signs to direct students, parents and visitors to the welcome center and other buildings. These are long term signs with wood posts that are painted, and the school colors are included on the signs.
MDO face with vinyl lettering
4″ x 4″ wood posts
Different Shapes and Styles
Posts are “sandwiched” between the two sign faces and painted white.
White wood trim at the top adds interest to the sign.
As you can see, post and panel signs are very versatile and come in all shapes, sizes, looks and costs. Let Signarama Brighton help you select the correct solution for your next project.