Lightboxes feature a clear glass or acrylic front panel behind which you mount your promotional message or logo in a translucent vinyl film. A frame holds the panel and film in place and surrounds a backlighting source, which is usually fluorescent or LED (light emitting diode) illumination. Switch on the power and your advertising lights up!
Ideal for mounting on walls or suspending from ceilings, most lightbox frames snap open easily so you can readily update your full-color graphics. As a result, indoor lightbox signs from Signs By Tomorrow® Frederick are great solutions for stores, restaurants (for menu boards), movie theaters, car dealerships and other applications where you want your message to gain notice.
Highly effective advertising solutions, these backlit signs are also excellent choices for displaying logos or other branding graphics in lobbies, reception areas and conference rooms. You’ll also see them in use at airports, arenas, stadiums and other transportation terminals and entertainment venues.
At Signs By Tomorrow Frederick, you’ll select from indoor and outdoor lightboxes in sizes and types for every application and any signage budget. Some of our lightboxes are standard, off-the-shelf models while others can be custom designed for your specific application.
For whatever your choice, you also can rely on us to design and produce your custom translucent films. You’ll slide them into your backlit lightbox sign to showcase your logo, graphics or promotional message in vibrant colors!
Signs By Tomorrow Frederick offers a complete array of lightbox signs. This selection assures that you’ll discover the right option for your office, store, restaurant or other location:
Lightbox signs from Signs By Tomorrow Frederick bring businesses and organizations many benefits. These backlit signs are:
What are the advantages of LEDs over fluorescent lighting for lightboxes?
LEDs or light-emitting diodes are quickly becoming the lighting method of choice for many illuminated signs, including indoor lightboxes. Compared to fluorescent bulbs, LEDs last considerably longer, reducing your need to replace them and thereby lowering maintenance costs. They’re economical; LED lighting saves about 30% on your electric bill over fluorescent bulbs. Also, no more waiting for your sign to warm up once turned on as with fluorescents. LEDs light up immediately!
How do lightboxes work?
Lightboxes feature a clear glass or acrylic front panel behind which you mount your promotional message or logo in a translucent vinyl film. A weather-resistant frame holds the panel and film in place and surrounds a backlighting source, which is usually fluorescent or LED (light emitting diode) illumination. Switch on the power and your graphic or advertising lights up!
Do lightboxes go by different names?
Yes, many terms are used in the signage industry for lightboxes. Other names include outdoor LED lightboxes, LED snap frames, LED light-up displays and backlit signs. Use any of these terms at Signs By Tomorrow Frederick. We’ll know in an instant what you’re talking about!
What type of poster material should be used for outdoor lightboxes?
Outdoor lightbox users should only display translucent materials in the poster holder. Most often this is translucent vinyl film. Rely on Signs By Tomorrow Frederick for custom designs and expert fabrications of your films at affordable prices.
How do you mount outdoor lightbox frames?
Light-up displays from Signs By Tomorrow Frederick come with holes predrilled into the back of the frame for wall mounting. Special screws and other hardware may be required, and a 120-volt electrical hookup is needed. Need expert assistance with mounting? We can provide that, too.
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