Directional / Dimensional / Channel Letters

Channel / Dimensional Letters

Accurate offers a complete range of channel letter products, type styles, and custom logos that can be used for exterior storefronts or interior mall locations. Channel letters are also known as three dimensional lettering or Gemini letters, and are offered in a variety of materials like plastic, aluminum, metal, and stainless steel. Channel Letters are the most popular way to provide a classy look to your business name. The beautiful 3-dimensional letters stand out by day, and are vibrantly luminous at night!

  • Flat cut from 1/8" to 1" thick
  • Visible day and night
  • Logos and Branding Elements
  • Office Hours
  • Business services
  • Rounded Letters
  • Prismatic Letters
  • Fabricated Channel Letters

Reverse Lit Channel Letters

Reverse Channel Letters come with metal faces and a clear plastic backing . These letters are sometimes called "halo lit" letters; and are produced with aluminum faces and sides.

Front Lit Channel Letters

Front lit are the most common channel letter type. As the name implies, these signs emit illumination only from the front (or face) of the letters. They are often used in both shopping malls and outdoor plazas. Front lit channel letters can be either raceway or flush mounted and come in many different font and color combinations

Open Face Channel Letters

Open face channel letters ore open in the front to allow the maximum illumination to be seen. these are an excellent choice for businesses that need a highly conspicuous night signage presence, such as restaurants, nightclubs and bars.

Dimensional Letters

Add that needed “WOW!” factor to your building and window signs. Dimensional letters are available in a broad range of high quality plastics or metals. We offer dimensional lettering in numerous fonts, colors, mounting applications and lighting techniques. Dimensional lettering is available in multiple dimensional options:

Wayfinding / Directional

The purpose of wayfinding signage is to get a visitor from where they are to where they need to be (to help them find their way) with the least amount of stress possible.  Wayfinding signs do not need to attract attention in the same way that safety signs do. And they don’t need to be pieces of art the way murals or lobby signage can or should be. It is perfectly acceptable for wayfinding signs to blend with the décor, to be unobtrusive, and to be a part of the whole.