Acrylic Signs with Standoffs | Clear Panel Kits in Several Shapes & Sizes

Acrylic Signs with Standoffs - Displays with Stainless Steel or Aluminum Fasteners

acrylic sign with standoffs

Does your business need acrylic signs with standoffs to display company signage, logos, or office directories? These interior wall sign mounting kits can greet visitors and patrons when they enter your establishment. The clear acrylic signs with standoffs bring branding or name plates to the eye-line of the person looking for the correct room or area. The mounted logo panels have hardware that includes spacers and brackets made of stainless steel and aluminum metal. The acrylic signs with standoffs, called wall sign mounting kits, feature easy to use designs for convenient installation and insertion of graphics or messages. The business display will take only a few moments to set-up and can be used as a permanent wall holder for a long time to come. The commercial wall sign mounting kits work well with custom signage or graphics that may even be printed by owners using a laser printer on provided film to capture the attention of potential patrons. The clear plastic lobby frames for business are professional tools that project an attractive image to all visitors to your company.

How do the wall sign mounting kits fasten to doors & walls?
  • These acrylic signs with standoffs may attach in different ways depending on the style purchased.
  • Through and edge drip spacers provide an attractive accent, but also work as a support system for the lobby signage. The sign is convenient to use and can attach to a door or wall in just a few minutes.
  • The interior plastic signs with aluminum brackets sandwich panels between the metal parts and are adjustable to accommodate different widths of signage. These too are wall mounts and door displays that affix to surfaces with ease.

The process of inserting the image into the acrylic displays with standoffs is also very convenient regardless of the style. This signage uses a front or top loading system that will not require the user to take the frames or holders off the wall to insert graphics. Simply open the framing at the four sides or top and position the image in the correct place. Then, shut the four borders to clasp onto the picture or the top with magnets to keep the panel tight. Many of these interior wall mount frames let users print their own presentations on included frosted or clear film. Laser printers or photo copiers must be used. Each style, stainless steel through grips & edge grips or aluminum brackets, is perfect for inserting the custom logos.

wall sign mounting kit What types of businesses commonly use the acrylic displays with standoffs?
  • Office buildings typically use the signs to demarcate rooms and spaces, such as the location of head executives, conference rooms or board rooms.
  • Hospitals that need to help patients and their loved ones find their way around the crowded halls will attach the message frames to walls or doors. During traumatic times, the extra help makes a big difference.
  • Hotels can adorn hallways with this message system to show guests the proper exit strategies in case of emergency situations. Important tools such as fire extinguishers and other supplies can be clearly demarcated on the posters.
  • Schools often use a sign holder for showcasing holders with room numbers. Educational facilities may also use the plastic panels and hardware next to artwork or other items in the lobby. The frame is ideal for letting people know who created the piece or what the artifact is.

Where does this interior signage best work within a building? The holders can be used like office directories to display a layout of the facility to get visitors where the need to go. This signage can also be used near the door to indicate room numbers or the nameplate of the business. The clear plastic panels present advertising campaigns to clients as they enter a store or walk into specific areas of the commercial location. Hotels or convention centers can place signage above the entrances to large conference rooms or gathering spaces so that attendees know they are walking into the correct meeting space. Museums can place frames next to exhibits to offer important information like where and when the items were found and by whom.