With a full sign shop onsite in our Deerfield Beach, Florida location, Landy Marketing is capable of producing high quality signage on virtually a moment's notice. We keep a variey of banner and decal material as well as various mounting substrates in stock at all times to ensure that we have just what we need to give you a high quality product and fast turnaround times all the time.
Whether you need temporary signage like a yard sign or grand opening banner or something more permanent like a hanging real estate sign or retail display, we can design and print your signs as fast as the same day!
Below are brief descriptions of the most common sign mounting
substrates that we keep in stock nearly all of the time.
AluminumAluminum is a durable outdoor material ideal for permanent and semi-permanent signage such as hanging real estate signs, fence signs, construction signage, and retail POS displays.
CoroplastCoroplast (corrugated plastic) is a lightweight rigid corrugated plastic. This is an inexpensive mounting material commonly used for temporary signage such as political signs, contractor yard signs, or anything else that will be used for a relatively short period of time. Coroplast comes in two thicknesses in the event you need something lightweight and inexpensive that will last a bit longer. Standard coroplast is available in a variety of colors including white, black, orange, red, green, blue, and yellow.
Foam CoreFoam core is a lightweight material has a very smooth surface and is ideal for temporary signage. While it is fairly durable, it is more susceptible to dings and dents then other mounting surfaces. It does cut very nicely and so is ideal for any signage with custom (non-rectangular) shape requirements.
GatorboardGatorboard is a durable, yet lightweight, indoor composite board made of a combination of plastic and paper with a dense core that resists denting. Gatorboard is very rigid and smooth and therefore make an ideal mounting surface for high quality printed graphics that need to last.
PVCPVC is a dense plastic substrate used to mount indoor or outdoor signage. Thin PVC can be used for temporary indoor signage such as trade show displays or retail signs, while a thicker PVC should be used if the sign will be more permanent such as in the case of storefront signs or other long-term outdoor signs. PVC is extremely resistant to dings and dents and has an ultra-smooth surface texture. PVC is available in black or white.