Your Business Name in Lights: Sign Lighting Option #1

The last several blogs, we have discussed not only the different types of signs that are commonly illuminated like Monument Signs, Pole Signs, and more, we have also gone over the reasons why a sign should be illuminated.  A sign that is illuminated will be more visible at night, will help your company stand out from the competition, and advertise your business even while you are away.

With an understanding of what illuminated signage can do for your business, it is also important to know what your sign lighting options are. Because the truth is, not all sign lighting is the same. Depending on your goal and the impression you want your business to make, each sign lighting option will have a different impact on potential and current customers.

This is not an area to take lightly since a study found that “More than two thirds (68%) of consumers believe a store’s signage is reflective of the quality of its products and services” (read more here). Which means that you have the opportunity to significantly increase your sales if your sign sends the right message. It also means that if your sign poorly reflects upon your services and products, you might be losing two-thirds of your potential customer base.

But you do not have to determine which sign lighting option is best for your business on on your own. Not only will our sign expert with over 40 years of experience guide you when it’s time to upgrade your own sign with illumination, we have also taken the time to break down the different sign lighting options that can make all the difference for your business.

Verizon Standard Channel Letters
Standard Lit Through Channel Letter Sign by Landmark Signs

Sign Lighting Option #1: Standard Lit Through Signage

The Basics

Standard lit through signage is exactly how it sounds: a sign that is illuminated internally and shines through the signage it is found in. This sign lighting technique is used to make the face of a sign light up and be seen from far distances. They can be illuminated using either Neon lights, the more traditional type of internal and external illumination, or through LED lighting options, which are generally more environmentally friendly.

The Impact

This is a very common form of sign lighting that is usually found in a Channel Letter Sign. However, just because it is common, does not mean it is boring and ordinary. In fact, research was conducted in which the effectiveness of internal illumination was tested. It was concluded that  “internally illuminated on-premise signs have been shown to significantly increase the distance at which these signs can be read.”

This is because standard lit through internal signage is the ideal option for business looking to get their signs noticed from afar. This lighting option helps a business stand out from its competition and make a powerful impact on those passing by. For a business wanting to make sure that their name is seen in lights, this sign lighting option is a great way to achieve that affect.


Standard lit through illumination will be sure that your sign is seen from a distance and will draw your customers to you. If you want to learn more about this sign lighting option, shoot us an email or give us a call and we’d be happy to give your more information so you can make sure that your business name is seen in lights.

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