Mounting your Light Sign

We use several ways to mount the signs. For every sign the mounting is different because for every sign the connection is different, the stability is different and the wall to mount the signs to is different.

Different mounting methods were developed so the signs can be mounted as stable as possible with the least effort possible. The flat cut signs have the most easy mount due to an adhesive being used. The bigger channel letters, on the other hand, need heavy duty mounting because of the architecture of the system.

Box-sign with Easy Sign Tube (click to enlarge)

Mounting Boxlight channel letters

The Boxlight signs are heavy and need a stable mounting because of the architecture of the system. These signs have a mounting back panel which you have to drill to the wall first.  Afterwards you connect the letters. You can choose to put the wire throught the wall behind every letter or connect them through a wire-canal or -profile. When you put the front panel on the sign it will be water proof and solid thight to resist all weatherconditions.

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Easy Sign Connect (click to enlarge)

Mounting thin light signs

The various thin light signs have a mounting-part with male-female connection. Mounting the signs is easy: drill the holes through the drawing in the wall, put the screws with male-plugs in the wall and click the signs onto the screws. The connection wire goes through the wall or a wire-prodile behind the letters.

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Mounting Flatsigns and Reliefsign

We deliver a standard mounting system using an adhesive and double sided tape to mount the sign to the wall so no holes nor damage to the wall. In addition you can order a screwing mount with a mounting clicking system.

Mounting Flat sign