Can Correx be used outdoors?
It’s a very lightweight material and is the cheapest form of rigid signage. However, it’s lightweight and fluted construction means it’s best used for short-term promotional signage indoors or outdoors. In exposed areas or outside areas, the sign can be mounted to an additional wooden board to add strength, otherwise, it can be prone to bending along the objects when subject to a high wind load. The longevity of a correx board depends on a number of factors.
When to choose Correx?
Estate agents use Correx boards for an easy to assemble sign displaying their contact details outside properties for sale. These signs alert potential buyers to the property, as well as raise general brand awareness to passers-by.
Construction companies adhere to the strict safety laws in their industry with Correx signs. These signs outline on-site rules, potential safety hazards, and warn of danger to unauthorized personnel. Correx can withstand all types of weather, perfect for outdoor use.
Event organizers will find Correx ideal for directional signage. Help attendees find the entrance, exit, toilets, bar, and stages with temporary Correx signs. These lightweight boards are easy to transport and fast to assemble. Plus, they are rigid and weatherproof, so wind and rain won’t ruin the day or the signage!
Tradespeople use signs on-site to raise awareness of their company. A lightweight Correx sign displaying their company details is easily affixed to scaffolding or fencing and will raise awareness of their company to passers-by.
Get your message to your clients and make it last using our signage.
The Express Print difference: With our modern UV printing technology, we can directly print on the materials. We don’t use vinyl – so we don’t need to mount vinyl on the different board materials. This makes the quality of our signage outstanding and makes it last much longer.
The correx board is the standard and very economical option for outdoor signs. Get your marketing signs now! The best part? We can deliver across South Africa!