Setting up a sign mount with a projection system is sometimes costly and time-consuming. It is important to understand exactly what you need beforehand and to establish a plan that gets the job done. Some projection systems come ready to mount, but designing your own projection system from scratch allows for the most flexibility and often the lowest cost.

To set up a projection system, you need to measure the area where you plan to mount your sign. The distance between the edges of your sign and the ceiling, the wall and any other surrounding area must factor in to the size and depth of your projection system. Determining these measurements and mounting the projection system requires various tools and equipment.

Wall clamp links are designed from stainless steel and are used in conjunction with Allen Key wrenches and screws to hang signs. Look into wall-mounted side support standoffs in different sizes to see which models work best for your project. Also, consider glass wall clamping links to hang glass signs.

Consider purchasing a flag sign for easy hanging of smaller signs. Flag signs come with two panes of tempered glass, a high-grade stainless steel round bar, two point wall attachments and two glass connectors. You simply need to assemble and attach them to the wall.

There are many ways to mount signs in your home or office. Research the best signs to meet your needs, and feel free to design and hang them on your own. Contact our Expert Sales Representatives to find a setup that works within your budget, looks great, and lasts a long time.