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Sign Materials

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Brooklyn Signs uses the highest quality sign materials available on the market. We provide the best signs because we know our customers count on us for signs that will last for years. Below are some of the materials that we use in fabricating your commercial and residential signs.

Acrylic Signs

Acrylic is a plastic sheet of very workable plastic that has a glossy finish. Highly durable and available in a variety of colors, acrylic is often used for architectural, illuminated signs, trade show and POP signs. Do not leave acrylic in a hot car or in the sun because it may bow in the heat. Acrylic tends to scratch easier than some of the other sign materials so handle with care.

Aluminum Signs

A great choice for outdoor sign use. Versatile and easy to work with. With resist rusting when left on the elements. Great for real estate signs, regulatory signs, pool signs, building signs, parking garage signs and directional signage.

Vinyl Banners and Signs

Our durable vinyl is 3 oz scrim that will hold up both indoors and outdoors. Great for use for banners for special events, promotions, grand openings, charity events and sporting events.

Coroplast Signs

These are made of a extremely versatile extruded twin-wall polypropylene sheet. Great for use both indoors and outdoors for short term use.A cost effective advertising solution. Used for menu boards, trade shows and special event signage.

Neon Signs

Available in a large selection of styles, sizes and colors. Brooklyn Signs is the largest retailer of neon signs in the Brooklyn, NY area.

Metal Signs

The best selection for outdoor signs. Holds up the elements and can have an enamel finish applied. Can be used for directional signs, contractor signs NY, building signs, pool signs, spa signs, service signs and more..

Brooklyn Signs is happy to discuss all of our sign materials with you. Every business sign is different and we make all signs to customer specifications. We service New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.