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How Durable Are Yard Signs?

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It’s important to consider how long your yard signs will last when you’re placing an order. This will help lead you to exactly the right material—many of which are discussed in this slideshow.

It’s important to consider how long your yard signs will last when you’re placing an order. This will help lead you to exactly the right material—many of which are discussed in this slideshow.

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    How Durable Are Yard Signs? How Durable Are Yard Signs? Presentation Transcript

    • Custom Window Signs, Car Signs & Banners
      www.signazon.com
    • How Durable Are
      Yard Signs?
      • When it comes to the durability of yard signs, you definitely get
      what you pay for.
      • The more-expensive the sign, the more durable the material and
      the longer it will last.
      • There are many materials to choose from, and the lifespan
      increases as you go up.
      • Here’s an overview of the various material options and how long
      they will last.
    • Corrugated Plastic
      • Coroplast is the most-popular yard sign material.
      • It’s affordable, light enough to move around, and weatherproof.
      • Most political yard signs are made of corrugated plastic as sign
      companies offer high-volume price discounts.
      • Expect a corrugated sign to last a year or so with constant use.
      • If you store them properly when not in use, they’ll last longer.
    • Aluminum
      • A balance between the portability of corrugated plastic and the
      professional look of metal.
      • Since it is a harder substrate that’s coated to prevent weather
      damage, it will last for several years.
      • Severe weather can wear the sign down sooner, but in most cases
      expect that your sign will last until you’re ready to update it.
      • Realtors and professional businesses should use this material to
      give their signs a classic, authoritative look.
    • Ultra Metal
      • This thicker metal material is generally the most-expensive option,
      but it’s worth the money.
      • A die-bond sign is designed to last a lifetime, with proper care and
      framing or mounting.
      • As long as you keep your sign clean and mounted securely, you
      will not have to replace it.
      • Years from now your sign will still look great and will continue to
      bring you new customers.
    • Feel like an expert now? Great!
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