Order Your Sign Complete with Your Sign Mounting Brackets
Oftentimes, the most difficult part of selecting the right sign for your building, street, parking lot structure, or roadway is deciding which size, text or design to use. When posting ADA or handicap signs, you must make sure the sign complies with local and state law and posted in a place that is free from obstruction. Tree branches blocking a handicap-only parking sign, for instance, would be no good.
These Sign Mounting Brackets Won’t Harm the Sign Itself
Once you have selected the right signs for your business or establishment, you must also select how you are going to display this sign with sign hardware or sign mounting brackets. The most popular posting methods include: post mounts, square mounts or U-Channel post mounts. Though each version has its pros and cons, each serves the same function of holding the sign in place so that visitors and passersby can see it.
Choose from Vandal-Resistant or Standard Grade Street Sign Brackets
Vandal-resistant, drive rivet sign hardware for square posts is a popular choice offering some of the best security and stability for your signs. Such theft-resistant street sign brackets and hardware prevents unscrewing through the use of a one-way only truss bolt. In other words, once it is screwed on, it is extremely difficult to screw off. Regular street sign mounting hardware offers a less permanent option and is great for posting temporary signs. Last but not least, if you are looking to post a sign to a chain link fence, choose a two-piece U-Clamp for your sign mounts.
U-Channel posts or sign mounting brackets for round posts are available in both regular and anti-vandal models. Though the vast majority of round posts are 3/8-inch across, you can order a different size clamp if needed. Such regular sign mounting hardware is easy to install. All sign hardware comes with a washer to protect the sign’s vinyl facing.