If you have a sign but it’s seen better days, you can always upgrade to a brand new sign or you might be able to have your sign refurbished. Sign refurbishment can be as minimal or as extensive as you would like and can include some or all of the following:
- Paint pole and cabinet
- Replace bad bulbs or relamp entire sign
- Replace Bad Ballasts or Replace All Ballasts
- Replace/ Revinyl/ Repaint Sign Face
- Repair Neon or Replace all Neon
- Rewire all internal components
Can I add new components to my sign if I get a sign refurbishment?
- Custom Sign Topper and/or Pole Cover
- LED / Neon Border or Accents
- Decorative Base or Columns
- Architectural Details to Match Building
- LED Message Center
Isn’t restoring a antique more expensive then just getting a new one?
No, not always. Some of the reasons that many businesses or even schools will refurbish an existing sign instead of just getting a new one will have to do with the local zoning requirements. If you sign is more than fifteen years old, you might have a sure bet that the zoning ordinances in your area has changed. You might ask, why does that matter? Well as with all lawmaking policies and trends, you’ll see an uptake in the regulation of how much square footage you can have or how tall your sign can be. If you’ve already got a nice big and tall sign it’s very likely that your height and square footage is already “grandfathered-in”. This generally means as long as you perform maintenance on your existing sign you will not have to renovate the sign and possibly curtail it’s height and size to meet current regulatory mandates. This isn’t always the case, because some localities make you “get up to code” even if you just paint it, but often times the grandfathered sign can undergo a sign refurbishment without major changes to the overall positive aspects like size and visibility due its height.