Over the years, Kona Impact has made thousands of square feet of PVC signs. It is one of our favorite sign materials, as it holds up very well in Hawaii’s climate. It is superior to wood and much less expensive than aluminum, especially for larger signs.
PVC (short for polyvinyl chloride) comes in either ⅛”, ¼”, and ½” width, and we can make signs up to 8’ x 4’ or any smaller size. The ⅛” PVC is very flexible, whereas the ½” PVC is semi-rigid at smaller sizes. Its surface is waterproof and will neither rot or rust, making it an ideal sign material for use in Hawaii.
Kona Impact typically keeps several hundred square feet of PVC in stock, so there is a good chance we can complete a project within a few days after artwork approval. Our turnaround time is second to none on the Big Island!
What are the advantages of PVC signs?
Why you might not want to use a PVC sign:
How much do PVC signs cost?
There are several considerations:
Kona Impact is happy to provide no-obligation price quotes. Give us a call to get started.
Do Kona Impact sell raw materials?
No, we don’t. We only sell finished signs.