Interior Signs

  • Thermoform signs

The Right Material For Your Project

Looking for a different interior sign material? Thermoformed signs combine acrylic with heat and pressure to produce a true one-piece sign. The molded raised text and braille provides a very high level of vandal resistance. In addition, the braille is rounded and 100% ADA compliant. Thermoformed signs can be installed in both interior and exterior environments.

Acrylic vs. Photopolymer Signs – What’s The Difference?

Typically the type of facility a sign is to be used in determines the type of material to be selected for the sign construction. Acrylic signs work best in protected environments that have a reduced chance of the signs being defaced. Photopolymer could be used in all applications, especially where a more durable product is desired and where vandalism of the signs is a factor. Settings such as schools and public buildings are typical of facilities that require vandal resistant signs.

  • Braille signs at Park Place

The History of Braille

Park Place Sign Systems manufacture Braille signs. Read more here.