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Coroplast Plastic Real Estate Signs Give Aluminum A Run For Your Money
With the housing market the way it is right now, it seems as though every house in town is up for sale. Real estate signs litter entire streets with their sign frames blowing after each passing car. Ironically, this is the kind of market where more real estate agents need to put more money into advertising - and into listings as more and more people try to sell their homes. With shrinking advertising budgets for real estate agents and yet a growing need for real estate signs, what practical solution is there? If you are a real estate agent and have not yet considered using coroplast plastic real estate signs, then now is the time.
Coroplast is a corrugated plastic material resembling cardboard in appearance and is both lightweight and easy to manage. Not only are they easy to handle, but coroplast plastic signs can be cut into a standard real estate sign size, typically 18" x 24", and fit nicely into coroplast real estate sign frames as easily as aluminum. So why am I telling you all of this when you're searching for a good real estate sign? Because coroplast plastic signs are less expensive than aluminum signs and can ...
... save you money in your advertising expenses. So if you have an abundance of sign frames but could use new real estate signs, consider coroplast plastic signs for your adverting and listing needs.
Will Coroplast Plastic Signs Last Outside In My Sign Frames?
Many people initially shy away from coroplast as a sign option because they look less substantial than other sign materials, and so they worry about their durability. This is completely understandable. Even an investment that will save you money, such as going with coroplast for your real estate signs, is an investment of your money and needs to be spent wisely. Investing in something that will disintegrate upon its intended use isn't much of an investment, is it? Surprisingly, coroplast plastic signs are meant to be displayed either indoors or out and can stand up to aluminum signs as far as being weather resistant. Because they are made of plastic and not cardboard, as they often appear, coroplast real estate signs are water proof and can handle the rainiest of weather. Coroplast plastic signs are also more durable than other inexpensive signs, such as those with a foam core. So for a good, budget real estate sign, coroplast signs have a definite strength advantage.
Coroplast real estate signs are a bit more vulnerable to high winds than aluminum, however, because they are so light. So make sure your coroplast real estate sign frames are firmly in place when staking them. But the light weight of coroplast also has its good points - coroplast signs are easy to carry and store, and the vertical fluted core of a coroplast plastic sign makes them easy to place onto their sign frames. Coroplast signs are designed for temporary use, but temporary can mean for up to two years, even with outside exposure, so even though your listings won't last that long, you can reuse your coroplast plastic real estate signs over and over, at least until the housing market improves!
Coroplast Real Estate Signs Can Look Similar To Aluminum Signs
Now that you know that coroplast plastic signs are durable and weather proof, you may be concerned that they won't look the same as aluminum real estate signs. While the material may look different, the image on either type of sign will look pretty much the same. The production of aluminum real estate signs and coroplast plastic real estate signs is virtually the same - you are saving money in the base material - coroplast - only. Whatever full color image or graphic you desire, including digital photographs, may be uploaded onto a digital printer. The image is then printed onto a piece of adhesive vinyl, which is then applied to the real estate sign. When the real estate sign is complete, be it aluminum or coroplast, the face will look the same!
And also like aluminum, coroplast can be cut to any size. If you plan to use coroplast real estate sign frames, which are just standard real estate sign frames, then your coroplast sign will be virtually indistinguishable from aluminum real estate signs. And since coroplast signs will save you money and last for a couple of years, there is no reason not to consider coroplast for your real estate sign needs.
So Save Your Money By Using Coroplast
Coroplast plastic signs may cost less than aluminum, but that doesn't mean that they look cheap or won't last. As long as you have a professional looking image to go onto your coroplast plastic real estate sign, your sign will do the same job as an aluminum - only for less!
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