Neon signs are a classic storefront sign look that many people associate with the 1950s and 60s. They’re bright, bold, colorful, and visually attractive. If you’re looking to draw attention to your business, then neon signs might be just what you need! However, just as fashion trends come and go, neon has gone out of style in recent decades due to the changing aesthetic preferences of consumers and the rise of fluorescent lighting in businesses. Today, however, neon signs are making an amazing comeback that’s brighter and better than ever!
Neon signs are made of glass tubes with an electric charge. When voltage is applied to the tube, it creates light. The brightness of the neon sign depends on how many volts are applied. Neon colors come from gaseous material inside the tube that excites when electricity runs through it.
The Benefits of Having a Neon Sign
Why is neon making such a comeback? Well, it’s because it’s brighter, bolder, more colorful, and more visually attractive than ever. In addition to that, neon signs are hand-crafted to capture your brand identity. Plus, you can create them in three dimensions for an unforgettable effect. If you’ve been considering getting one for your business or home but have been hesitant to do so in the past because of the price point or installation process, then now is the time!
The Different Types of Neon Signs
There are three different types of neon signs: tube, channel, and cold cathode. Tube signs contain two electrodes at either end of a glass tube that is filled with low-pressure gas. Channel signs have the same basic components as tube signs, but they use higher-voltage power supplies to generate the luminous discharge. Cold cathode is an electric sign made up of many small light bulbs in series connected to a high voltage power supply.
How to Order a Custom Neon Sign
Ordering a custom neon sign is as easy as picking up the phone and contacting us at Vision Visual. We will help you to figure out the exact words you want on your sign, where it will hang, how many colors you would like it to be, and what kind of shape you want your letters to have.