Neon Signs Explained
Traditionally, these signs make use of inert gas glass-filled tubes. This gas glows with an electrical current passing, which creates the showstopping effect of this signage. Traditional neon signs are fully customisable and are constructed by bending the glass tubing into the desired shape.
Modern options, on the other hand, are LED lights encapsulated in lengths of a high polymer. This popular modern solution gives you the same great look and feel as traditional neon, but with lower costs and easy installation. Long-term maintenance is also easier, as LED lights offer lower operating costs and are easier to replace or repair. These signs are free from glass and mercury, found in traditional neon signs, which also make them a safer choice for personal use.
While the fluorescent tubing of traditional neon signs can shine a single colour, LED neon signs can be customised to display different colours and displays on command. Are you interested in learning more about our neon signs? Talk to your local Signarama expert today for more information.