Halo-lit signs—have you ever seen this type of signage? If so, is this a type of signage you have considered adopting for your own business or commercial needs? You wouldn’t be alone, then—halo-lit signage is quickly becoming a popular option in today’s sign industry.
A type of illuminated signage, halo-lit signs are also known throughout the industry as reverse-lit channel letters, for they have a much different look than face-lit letters. While face-lit channel letters are lit on the face of the sign itself, illuminating the actual letters, halo-lit signs are constructed much differently. Since the face is usually constructed from aluminum and the lighting is facing backwards towards the wall, the light then floods the wall behind the letter, allowing the illumination to appear behind and around the edges of the lettering. Thus, a “halo” effect is created. The illumination, then, is still inside the letter and can be easily customized with a variety of different colored LEDs. The lighting really works by projecting white or colored LEDs onto the substrate surface where your sign or display panel is mounted.
Why choose LED halo-lit signage? There are a variety of reasons why customers are continuously choosing this option. Not only is the LED halo lighting more cost effective, safer, and much easier to work with than other comparable neon light sources, it also provides customers with a modern look and flexibility that is desired with one’s signage. In order to get the best possible effect from the halo-lit signage, you will need to keep in mind that the surface you use to reflect the light has a direct impact on the halo result you will achieve. It’s important to consult with experienced signage experts to ensure you receive the best lighted channel letters you’re looking for. Take a cue from a good amount of signage customers and try out the halo-lit effect for your next signage.