Sign Mounting

Wall mount sign options


Wall Mount Signs:


Designed for single-sided lightbox signs that hang on a solid surface. Best suited for hanging the wall of a building, mounting on signboards, monuments and pylon applications.

Wall mounting techniques:

  • Internal corner clips,
  • U-angle channel straps, and external
  • 90-degree angle mounting clips
  • Custom, built for your application

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Saddle Mount Signs:


The saddle mount technique can be used for single or double poles. We weld saddle brackets to the top and bottom of the sign cabinet. The pole(s) goes through the saddle guide bracket in the bottom of the cabinet and fastens to the saddle bracket at the top.


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Center Pole Sign Mounting:


The center pole sits in the saddles on top and bottom. We supply the saddles and the internal pole with a stub out. The pole stub extends out the bottom and slides into the larger telescopic pole on site.


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Thru Pole Sign Mounting:


This mounting technique allows the pole to go all the way through the cabinet. The sign cabinet slides over the pole and attaches to the saddle mounting brackets on the top and bottom. Thru pole mounting is often used for signs mounting under other signs. Single or double poles.


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Match Plate Sign Mounting:



The plate match method is popular for existing poles with single or double poles. We install saddles and their interior pole in the cabinet with a pole stub out. The stub extends from the bottom of the cabinet with a plate attached that is made to match the existing plate of the site sign pole. The new plate matches up to the existing plate for a plate-to-plate installation.


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Mounting Signs Between Two Poles:


The sign cabinet is straddled between the two posts and welded or bolted into place. The most popular technique is the angle irons to secure the sign into place between the poles with some clearance. For the flush mount, we weld a plate to the inside of the cabinet so the sign can be bolted from the inside walls through the posts.

  • Angle Iron Corner Clips
  • Projecting Irons
  • Flush Mount Side Plate

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Cantilever Sign Mounting:

There are a few options with the cantilever mounting technique. The horizontal poles can be internal or external.

  • External pole method: The cabinet attaches directly to the posts, hangs from the posts, or attaches with brackets.
  • Internal pole method: This offers sturdy posts that run through the cabinet, the sign can be mounted through the main post or projecting from a building with plates.

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