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Temporary Coroplast Signs For Outdoor Promotions In NJ
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Temporary Coroplast Signs For Outdoor Promotions In NJ

Coroplast signs can be found almost everywhere in New Jersey. They’re low-cost, easy to customize, and easy to install. They’re often interchangeably called yard signs because they’re so often used as real estate signs and other temporary signage - strong enough to be displayed outdoors, and long-lasting when used inside.
Blue Dot Signs produces custom coroplast signs for clients in NJ and NYC. Whether used indoors or out, our coroplast signs look great for longer on a smaller budget. Get started by contacting our team today at 908-486-7000.  

What are Yard Signs?

Yard signs, also know as Coroplast signs are a type of rigid sign made of plastic. Two flat sheets of polypropylene plastic are adhered to a core of corrugated plastic to add rigidity without making the sign heavier. Most sheets of coroplast are 1/4″ thick, but this measurement can be customized if needed. For rigid signs that will be used outdoors, corrugated plastic offers a solution that is both affordable and weather-resistant.

Coroplast Yard Signs and its Specifications

Coroplast signs offer a high print quality, able to gather vibrant colors from any type of graphic(s). Coroplast signs can be fabricated into custom shapes and sizes to fit your use for them.

These signs have become popular for advertising home and landscaping services, homes for sale, and political support, and offer a great canvas for essentially any type of mass-produced or lightweight sign. Some commonly ordered sizes are rectangle shapes with dimensions of: 

  • 18” x 24” 
  • 24” x 36” 
  • 36” x 36” 
  • 36” x 48” 
  • 48” x 48” 

It is also possible to cut coroplast into non-rectangular shapes. The corrugated plastic is trimmed by machine into logos, lettering, or intricate shapes with a smoothed edge. The trimming can include small, interior cutouts as well.

Full-color coroplast signs as well as monochrome designs are all printed on our default white sign material. The white background helps colors be reproduced most accurately. If your design has a mostly dark-colored background, it can still be perfectly printed over the white material.

Coroplast Yard Signs and its Specifications

Designs are printed onto coroplast with UV-resistant ink that will resist fading in limited sunlight. We also use Pantone color matching when the colors need to replicate your business logo or another custom graphic.
Whether coroplast signs are used outdoors as yard signs or indoors, there are several options for installation. We can finish your sign with:

  • Grommets (for Hanging)
  • Adhesive Backing
  • Stakes
  • Framing

Staked signs are most common for signage that will be used in yards as the stakes allow the sign to be put directly into the grass. The sign will last outside for many days as it is waterproof and resistant to fading in the sunlight.

Coroplast Signage Benefits

Depending on their size, most coroplast signs weigh only a few pounds or less. In addition to being lightweight, other advantages of coroplast signs include: 

  • Affordability – The low-cost materials and sturdy construction of coroplast keeps their price lower, making them an ideal choice when people need to order multiple signs at a time.  
  • Resiliency – Coroplast signs are durable enough to be installed in both indoor and outdoor environments, although it’s recommended that they only stay outdoors short term. They are waterproof and resistant to staining and fading.  
  • Portability – Their low weight makes coroplast signs easy to pick up and quickly install almost anywhere.  

Businesses and individuals rely on these benefits for a sign that can be used outdoors and is inexpensive to produce. If additional benefits are needed, such as greater durability outdoors or a different appearance, it is also possible to make rigid signs out of different materials.

Uses of Coroplast Signs

Coroplast signage is used in a wide variety of professional industries like real estate, construction, lawn care, retail, and more. However, it can also be used for personal purposes like home and yard decoration and parties. Those who commonly order corrugated plastic signs include:

  • Event Planners
  • Realtors
  • Business Owners
  • Contractors
  • Political Candidates

When many signs are needed in the case of advertising or a political campaign, it is possible to order hundreds or thousands of the same sign inexpensively.
 

Uses of Coroplast Signs
Contact Us for Limited and Bulk Orders of Coroplast Signs

Coroplast signs from Blue Dot Signs are the type of sign to order if you need more than one sign to get the word out about an upcoming event or your business’s services. We can create a single sign or have options to order signs in bulk if needed. At Blue Dot Signs, we only fabricate high-quality, professional-looking signs for all our clients. Please email us today at info@bluedotsigns.com if you’re interested in any of our sign products.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • Can I install coroplast signs outdoors?

    Yes, for limited periods of time. Don’t install them in direct sunlight to keep the material from warping, and bring them inside during severe weather. 

  • How do I clean my coroplast sign?

    Use a soft cloth to wash any dirt off with lukewarm water and mild dish soap. Make sure it’s completely dry before storing it anywhere. 

  • How do I install my coroplast sign?

    We can add grommets to the edges so that you can hang it up, provide double-sided tape to display it on the wall, or provide a metal stake to secure it in the ground outdoors. Let us know where you suspect the sign to go and we can also provide feedback as needed.

  • How do I store my coroplast sign?

    Store by stacking upright or lying flat without any heavy objects nearby to avoid creasing them. Don’t keep them in a hot environment like a car as it can warp or even melt them.

  • How long will my coroplast sign last?

    If kept mostly outdoors but protected from severe weather they usually last up to two years or more. If kept indoors, they can last up to ten years or more.