Correx signs are a fantastic form of temporary signage. Correx is the name of a brand of polypropylene fluted board, which is a type of recyclable plastic. Any image can be printed in high-quality; the image doesn’t fade, or crack and the sign is waterproof and can be placed anywhere. Correx board signs are also used for low-cost sign campaigns.
Correx signs UK is a lightweight cheap alternative to foamex. They are used in nightclubs, on the side of vehicles, building sites, placards, health and safety signs and temporary wayfinding signs. Correx board signs are fantastic both inside and outside an event to advertise. You may have seen correx lamp post signs or correx bollard signs. They can be placed near a venue for weeks before an event to draw in passers-by.
A high-quality and detailed image can be printed onto cortex board signs with ease. They can also be cut into any shape. A3 correx signs are the most popular, but you can also opt for larger signs or a shape such as an arrow. Whatever your design, printed correx signs can be made quickly and easily to fit your needs.
We recommend using bright colours to make your cheap correx signs stand out, whilst still in-keeping with your brand. The lightweight boards can be hung using tape, glue, nails, drilled holes and rope or they can be placed on top of a spike.
If you are looking for correx signs design online, or you would like help installing them, then just let us know. We can work with you to ensure that all of your needs are met.
Benefits of correx signs:
- Environmentally friendly, they are non-toxic and recyclable.
- Durable and does not crack, scratch or fade easily.
- Flexible and light material which can be easily placed anywhere.
- Ability to print any image, using any colours.
- Quick to make.
- Cheap advertising.
- It can be used both outdoors and indoors.
- Any shape and size.
- Builds brand awareness.
Correx signs are a fantastic temporary sign solution that can present a brilliant-high quality image and can be placed anywhere and moved around. They are low-cost and you can recycle them once you’re done!