Flush Mount

Flush Mounted Channel Letters are individually mounted to a building façade using holes to mount the letters. Electrical elements for channel letter illumination are fished through the holes and set up behind the wall so easy light source service is done from behind.

Key Benefits

  • The channel letters are attached directly to the façade with the use of all-weather fasteners that do not corrode
  • The power source is hidden behind the bulkhead wall
  • The look is sleek and sophisticated

Raceway Mount

Raceway Mounted Channel Letters are placed on a slim mounting structure called a “raceway” which also serves as an enclosure for each letter’s electrical wiring and power supply.

Key Benefits

  • The primary advantage to this mounting type is that there are fewer mounting holes (could be an important consideration for a building owner or to a landlord)/li>
  • This type of mounting system requires fewer drill points so makes for faster and easier installation and service/li>
  • Raceways are often mounted off the wall so that the lights inside glow around each letter from the back/li>
  • The raceway is painted to match the building façade or sign band, becoming inconspicuous and simply blending into the background, making the letters stand out and appear more striking/li>